Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, June 2015

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Links Roundup June 2015

Welcome to June’s 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.

The 9 Must-Haves for a High Performing Book Launch Page via Your Writer Platform – Book launches can capture reader attention and build book sales! Check out Kimberley Grabas’ advice for developing a successful Book Launch page.

The Power of Research: How We Grew The Canva Blog’s Traffic By 226.46% via Buffer – You have a pretty blog—but it isn’t getting much traffic. Andrianes Pinantoan has a surefire strategy for maximizing your blog’s potential!

How to Get More Amazon Book Reviews via Bestseller Labs – How’s a writer supposed to get Amazon reviews if readers won’t write them? Jonathan Gunson outlines a way to make your readers want to give you reviews!

The Ultimate Guide to Finding Images for Book Promotion via Savvy Book Marketer – Images are crucial to keeping a reader’s attention on your website or launch page! Dana Lynn Smith has collected a wide variety of image sources ready for browsing!

23 Extraordinary Facebook Advertising Facts via Jeff Bullas – Jason Parks has put together a list of important facts that anyone using digital ads should know. If you are considering adding digital ads to your social media strategy, you need to read this article first!

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