Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, July 2015

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July LInks Roundup

Welcome to July’s Links Roundup—bursting with smart ways to promote your writing, build traffic to your author website, and improve your blogging skills! 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 Create a Homepage That Converts Visitors Into Subscribers via The Write Life – You have plenty of visitors to your website, but they don’t stick around to read your blog or buy your book. What do you do? The Write Life offers some tips on how to turn your visitors into followers.

How to Work with Influencers to Drive Book Discovery via Digital Book World – Have you just published a book but feel lost marketing it? Otis Chandler, co-founder and CEO of Goodreads, shows how his website can influence 40 million readers to read your book!

Why Not to Leave Your Social Media Reputation on Auto Pilot via Socialnomics – If you’ve been lackadaisical with your online persona and web presence, Socialnomics explains why now’s the best time to clean up your social media and prepare for what the future has in store.

30 Inspiring Blog Post Ideas For Writers via Writers Write – You’ve heard of writer’s block, but have you ever had blogging block? Blogging is an important tool for promotion and informing your readers about your latest updates. If you need inspiration  for blog topics, Amanda Patterson has some great ideas.

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