Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, September 2015

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Welcome to September’s Links Roundup! This month, you’ll find helpful tips to fight procrastination, learn how to develop a sustainable marketing strategy, see why everyone’s raving about Pinterest, and maybe even land yourself a blogging job! 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.

The Ultimate Guide To Fighting Procrastination via Business Insider — In honor of (wait for it…) Fight Procrastination Day on September 6th, the folks at Business Insider have provided some helpful tips for working through your to-do list—including how to get proactive about your latest writing project!

Social Media Marketing Must Be Sustainable via Digital Book World — Chris Syme of Digital Book World believes that sustainable marketing is about sharing what you love with people who appreciate hearing about it. Learn more about how to market yourself to the right audience!

Social Media 101: What is Pinterest? via WritersWrite — You update your Facebook Author Page regularly and Tweet constantly, but what about Pinterest? Find out what makes Pinterest so successful and just how it can help you connect with your readers.

21 Places to Find Blogging Jobs: An Essential Resource for Freelance Bloggers via The Write Life — Finding blogging jobs can be tough, but Heather van der Hoop of The Write Life makes it a little easier for you. Check out this handy list of great places to put your natural writing talent to good use.

1 Comment

  1. Judith Grissmer

    What a great article and great links on procrastination. Thanks for a Monday morning boost in the right direction!! I truly appreciate your great articles. JG


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