March 2018 Links Roundup | Web Design Relief

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What do you find at the end of the rainbow? Web Design Relief’s March Links Roundup! This month, we review selling your blog; questions to ask while launching your second book; ways to bring your content quality to the next level; and how one blogger made his first $1,000. 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.

Case Study: What Happens When You Want To Sell Your Blog? – via ProBlogger – Did you know you could sell your blog? Sharon Gourlay explains what could happen if you decide to sell your blog, and how to get the maximum amount of money possible.

Launching Your Second Book And Beyond: 4 Questions To Ask – via Jane Friedman –Novelist Andrea Dunlop, formerly a publicist at Doubleday, discusses the questions you need to ask yourself as you launch your second book—such as who your core audience is and how you can improve on your first book launch.

3 Ways To Create “Next Level” Content – via copyblogger – Sonia Simone talks about three ways to bring your content to the next level: finding the “sweet spot” between easy and easy-to-understand; making your site design as brilliant as your words; and quickly getting to the point in your content.

How I Made My First $1,000 Blogging – via BlogTyrant – Want to make $1,000 on your blog? BlogTyrant reveals how to make that first $1,000, and how diversifying plays an important part in your success.


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