March 2019 Links Roundup | Web Design Relief

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You don’t need the luck of the Irish to find the best articles for writers on the Internet—they’re all right here in our March Links Roundup! Great tips on taxes for freelance writers and self-published authors; how to start an email newsletter; ways to boost your blog’s income; a beginner’s guide to visual content marketing; and why social media is crucial to your marketing efforts. Whether you create your own author website or we create one for you, the experts at Web Design Relief 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.

Tax Tips For Freelance Writers and Self-Published Authors via TurboTax – Tax season is upon us! With new information for the 2018 tax year, TurboTax gives freelance writers and self-published authors tips on which forms you’ll need, which deductions you can take, and how to handle the self-employment tax and royalties.

How to Grow an Email Newsletter Starting from Zerovia Jane Friedman – Christina McDonald discusses how an email list is your secret weapon for building awareness of your brand as a writer. She also offers a step-by-step guide to how she built her own email list from 0 to 6,000!

Five Ways to Quadruple Your Blog’s Income – via ProBlogger – Have you already monetized your blog, and are now looking for ways to increase your revenue? Darren Rowse offers tips on how to increase income by boosting your blog’s traffic, adding a new income stream, increasing your conversion rate, and more!

A Minimalist’s Guide to Visual Content Marketing (Even If You’re Not a Designer) – via CopyBlogger – Not everyone is a visual person. But Pamela Wilson explains how every writer, especially those new to design, can learn to effectively implement design strategies on their website via visual content marketing.

Why Social Media Is Crucial to Your Marketing Efforts – via The Blog Herald – We at Web Design Relief talk a lot about how social media is indispensable to a writer. The Blog Herald offers another perspective on the matter, offering advice on how social media can make a vast difference in the success of your blog (or business).



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