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Welcome to March’s Links Roundup! In this installment: a medley of user analytic tools for your blog; tips on how to make the most of what Twitter offers; an in-depth view of Google Analytics; and how to create astounding infographics! 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.

Content Strategy: A Development Guide via Kissmetrics – In this great article, Brie Moreau gives you step-by-step instructions, accompanied by screenshots, on how to use and interpret Google Analytics.

7 Great Analytic Tools for Bloggers (Most Are Free) via Blogging Wizard – Freelance writer KeriLynn Engel reviews the pros and cons of the most popular analytic tools and explains how to use this information to grow your blog.

Everything You Need to Know About the Latest Twitter Features (And Some Thoughts on Its Future) via Buffer Social – Twitter’s introducing some new features! Learn how to find the most relevant tweets for you; go wild with GIFs; create a live broadcast; or take polls. Ash Read gives you all this, plus a little extra.

How To Create Infographics That Go Viral via Blogging Wizard – Infographics may seem like no-brainers, but creating something that goes viral takes some skill. Adam Connell’s great pointers will help you make a great infographic using these handy design platforms.

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