Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, February 2015: Part 2

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Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, February 2015: Part 2

Welcome to Part Two of our February Links Roundup! Whether you create your own author website or we create one for you, we want to give you the best possible tools to build an effective online author platform and get your writing out there for the world to read.

How to Use Pinterest to Dramatically Boost Blog Referral Traffic via Socialmouths – Pinterest is a great up and coming social media platform that offers you unique ways to interact with your readers and fans. Peg Fitzpatrick explains six ways you can use Pinterest to get more blog views and dedicated followers.

4 Ways to Build Meaningful Relationships Using Your WordPress Blog Comments via Famous Bloggers – Christopher Benitz describes different ways to use the comments section of your blog to build up your audience and marketing potential.

How to Pick the Right Domain Name (+ 11 Domain Name Tools, FS090) via Fizzle – Picking a stellar domain name can be a tough process. Chase Reeves offers the best tips for picking a domain name and even suggests domain name tools to use if you’re feeling stuck.

Web and app design trends 2015 via Wordtracker – 2015 has just begun, but there are already great new developments in Web design styles! Jo Cameron breaks down the eye-catching design elements and shows you plenty of trendsetting examples.

8 Ways to Use Facebook Video for More Engagement via Social Media Examiner – Facebook is a massive social media platform that now has more video features than ever before. Andrea Vahl shows you smart, easy ways to use Facebook’s video options to stand out in your followers’ news feeds.

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