Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup December 2022

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Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup December 2022

Welcome to the December Links Roundup! This month, we bring you the best Internet links explaining how to create an effective blogging sales funnel, use tone to build a loyal fanbase, optimize your Instagram content, 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.

December Links Roundup: The Best On The Internet

Enhance Your Productivity – Via The Blog Herald – Write smarter, not harder! These online writing tools such as Writeroom will help you keep up with the latest trends and create content more easily.

Build A Loyal Audience With The Right Tone – Via Copyblogger – Are you using the right tone in your writing? Sonia Simone discusses the three types of tone in writing that make it easier to build loyal audiences and form a strong connection with your readers.

The 5 Stages Of The Blog Sales Funnel And How To Use Them – Via BloggingWizard – Your author website’s blog can be an effective way to generate sales! Jonathan Chan breaks down the modern blogging sales funnel and explains how you can use it to expand your audience and increase sales.

The Rise Of AI-Generated Images – Via Wired – Learn how AI image generators like Midjourney and DALL-E and similar technology will evolve in the future—and why so many people are excited by the prospect. Your next newsletter may be embellished with AI images!

Instagram SEO Guide: 9 Tips To Improve Your Reach – Via Neil Patel – Neil Patel discusses how you can use Instagram SEO to improve your reach on the popular social media platform. Patel’s tips include optimizing your search by interest, the importance of consistency, and more!




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