February 2018 Links Roundup | Web Design Relief

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Web Design Relief brings you the best of the Internet in our February Links Roundup! This month, we discuss collaborative blogging; the must-have digital media tools for 2018; what should be on your About Me page; and three different email services to keep your followers up to date on your blog. 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.

Collaborative Blogging – One Blogger Shares How She Started A Blog With Over 200 Collaborators via ProBlogger – Blogger Chrissann Nickel, who has over 200 collaborators on her blog WomenWhoLiveOnRocks.com, discusses the challenges and benefits of collaborating with multiple writers.

My Must-Have Digital Media Tools: 2018 Edition – via Jane Friedman – Wondering which digital media tools are a MUST for 2018? Jane Friedman discusses many useful tools, such as Zoom, Acuity Scheduling, Evernote, and more!

How To Write An About Page That Works – via The Write Life – Visitors to your website want to know more about you. The Write Life discusses the questions you need to answer on your author website’s About page for it to be effective.

AWeber vs. GetResponse vs. MailChimp: A Detailed Comparison Review – via bloggingwizard – Not sure which email service to use to keep your followers updated on your blog? Blogging Wizard compares and contrasts three email services. Decide which one is right for you!

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