January 2023 Links Roundup | Web Design Relief

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January 2023 Links Roundup | Web Design Relief

Welcome to the January 2023 Links Roundup! Once again, our intrepid researchers have collected the best links on the Internet and posted them here for you. Learn how to find your blogging frequency, why you shouldn’t sleep on Tumblr, how email autoresponders could help you increase your audience, and more! Whether you create your own author website or Web Design Relief creates 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.

January Links Roundup: The Best On The Internet

Don’t Underestimate Tumblr – Via The Blog Herald – Did you know that Tumblr is a popular option for blogging? This article at Blog Herald discusses how to start blogging on Tumblr and other valuable tips to make the most out of this social media platform.

Email Autoresponders Could Make Your Life Easier – Via Copyblogger – An effective autoresponder creates a great experience for your first subscriber—and every subscriber after that. Sonia Simone discusses what goes into creating an effective autoresponder and how you can benefit from setting one up.

The Best Online Course Platforms – Via BloggingWizard – Have you considered selling an online writing or literature course? Adam Connell compares the best online course platforms based on affordability and other helpful criteria. As an author, don’t underestimate the skills you possess and how sharing your knowledge could help other creators!

What’s Your Blogging Frequency? – Via Neil Patel – Should you blog once a week? Once a month? The best blogging frequency is difficult for many writers to determine. In this post, Neil outlines the steps you can take to find your ideal frequency.

The Fight Against Censorship – Via Publishers Weekly – The organization We Need Diverse Books has joined the fight to combat censorship. Find out how the group plans to support authors, schools, and libraries—and how you can help! Start by posting photos on social media of yourself with a book that saved—or had a major impact on—your life, using the hashtag #BooksSaveLives.



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