October 2023 Links Roundup | Web Design Relief

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October 2023 Links Roundup | Web Design Relief

Welcome to the October 2023 Links Roundup! Our savvy researchers have collected the most useful links on the Internet and posted them right here for you. Learn what makes a TikTok go viral, why it’s important to create helpful content, the best contest tools, 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.

October Links Roundup: The Best On The Internet

Find Out What Makes TikTok Tick – Via Neil Patel – The social media platform TikTok is immensely popular, and Patel explores how some videos manage to get millions of views in a matter of hours. Learn more about algorithm-influencing factors like user interactions, subject matter, and an appealing audio track.

Keep To A Schedule And Improve Your Content – Via Copyblogger – Discover how to start creating your best content. Use these tips to create a workable schedule and write consistently—your writing will improve!

Evaluate And Improve Your Content On Google – Via The Blog Herald – Colin Hughes explains why it’s important to create helpful and original content. If Google’s algorithms spot unhelpful content, it can affect your website’s search rankings. Here’s how to be sure you’re offering quality content.

The Best Social Media Contest Tools – Via BloggingWizard – A contest is a great way to increase engagement, grow your author platform, and even increase sales. These tools offer a free trial or a free plan. You can take advantage of entry methods on over 30 social media platforms, or create Instagram contests, Facebook giveaways, and Twitter contests. Find out which of these tools can help create your next contest!

Authors Sue OpenAI For Copyright Infringement – Via The Verge – Learn more about the lawsuit that was filed by the Authors Guild and numerous well-known authors, such as George R.R. Martin and Jodi Picoult. They are alleging OpenAI “copied plaintiffs’ works wholesale without permission or consideration.” See how the AI companies respond, and how the outcome might affect all writers.





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