November Links Roundup | Web Design Relief

by | Oct 26, 2018 | Author Website Design | 0 comments

Welcome to November’s Links Roundup—and we’re ready to talk turkey about the latest tech news on the Internet for writers! Our Web Design Relief research experts have found something for everyone: how Instagram can improve your writing brand; important tasks to remember when launching a new blog; how CSS Hero can save you time and energy on WordPress; and the state of blogging today. 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.

10 Instagram Tips for Writers – via Jane Friedman – Instagram isn’t just for teenagers—it’s virtually a must for the savvy writer! Jane gives you insider tips as to what makes her Instagram account so effective and how you can boost your own Instagram interactions.

8 Important Admin Tasks to Do When Launching a New Blog – via ProBlogger – Launching a new blog is exciting, but Darren Rowse explains how it’s easy to look like a newbie when you overlook these important admin tasks. Make sure you add these to your to-do list!

Edit Your WordPress Theme’s CSS Without Learning How To Code Using CSS Hero – via Blogging Wizard – What is CSS? It’s a coding language used to style the elements of your WordPress website. Colin Newcomer reviews how CSS Hero can help you make edits to your author website like a pro. Learn more about it here.

A Blog Isn’t a Blog, It’s a Business – via Neil Patel – When you’re running a blog, you’re not just creating content—you’re representing your author brand. Neil Patel discusses how blogging has changed over the past decade, and what you need to know to successfully blog using current market trends.

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If you need help nailing your brand, you’ve come to the right place. The designers know what questions to ask, what imagery translates best to the screen, and how to make your original idea come to life on your webpage. Conventional or quirky, your idea is in good hands with the Web Design Relief team.

—Darlene Eliot, Writer
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Working with the Web Design Relief team was a total pleasure. They made the process easy, in-depth, professional, and lyrical. I wanted a site that leaned toward the bohemian and yet held an edge of minimalist sophistication. I couldn’t be happier with my very inviting and creative site! We should win awards with this one!

—King Grossman, Writer
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I cannot possibly detail how professional and helpful Web Design Relief has been in helping me launch my collection of short stories—there are just too many things they have done! They’ve been there for me all along the way, guiding me in developing my book and into the 21st century of web design and social media platforms. It could have been a bewildering journey; Instead it was one that was organized and so pleasant. Truly, Web Design Relief has blown me away by what they have created. The first time I watched my book trailer (who knew there were book trailers?), I cried. That team perfectly imaged what my book is about. I want to thank the whole team for their skill and creativity. I appreciate it so much.

—Cyndy Muscatel, Writer
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I’m pleased with the look of my website. The team at Web Design Relief listened to my suggestions and added a few of their own to make my website look exactly how I envisioned it. I would definitely recommend using Web Design Relief if you are looking to create a website.

—Marion Hill, Writer
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