Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, December 2015

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Links Roundup

Welcome to December’s Links Roundup! It’s time to be better bloggers, writers! This month’s Links Roundup will explain how you can post to your blog more effectively…make your older blog posts earn their keep…and comment properly in another blogger’s comment section. 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.

Time-Saving Templates and Tools for Social Media and Blogging via buffersocial — In this article, Nicole Miller and Kevan Lee of Buffer share their posting prowess with you! Check out the tips and templates that will help you post to your platforms efficiently!

7 Clever Ways to Turn Your Old Blog Posts Into Cash via The Write Life — Have an old blog or two sitting and gathering digital dust? Mridu Khullar Relph encourages you to search through your archives for some gems that might be worth some cold hard cash!

How To Comment On Blogs And Social Media – 6 Suggestions via Writers Write — There are so many guides on how bloggers should reply to their adoring followers…but not many on how those followers should contact the blogger! Amanda Patterson of Writers Write has some tips on how commenters can be courteous to bloggers.

3 Powerful Copywriting Secrets To Make You A Better Blogger via Blogging Wizard — Give your blog a boost with these helpful tips from Elna Cain from Blogging Wizard! Follow these helpful formulas to freshen up your writing!

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