Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, July 2014

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Web Design Relief's Links Roundup, July 2014

Website design, social media, and blogging—oh my! Welcome to the July installment of our Links Roundup! Whether you create your own author website or we create one for you, we want to give you the best tools possible to build an effective online platform and get your writing out there for all the world to read.

12 Most Certain Ways You Will Turn Off a Website Visitor via 12 Most — You put a lot of time, effort, and money into creating an author website and promoting your writing. So you definitely want visitors to stay for more than five seconds! In this list from 12 Most, Amy Tobin reveals which design choices could potentially turn visitors away.

7 Images You Need to Build Your Brand Online via The Mogul Mom — Is your headshot the only image you need for your author website? Probably not! Shannon Whealy discusses the images you’ll need to include on your site and across your platform.

6 ideas to help you manage Social Media via VMac & Cheese — Some people find social media fun. Others find it tedious and time consuming. Either way, it’s a necessity for today’s smart writer! Victoria McGinley has some tips to make the task a little easier.

7 must-haves in my everyday blogging toolbox via Design By Insight — Love writing and blogging but wish the process of creating the post, finding images, and sharing content was a little easier? Teri Lynne Underwood tells you which digital tools can help you make blogging a breeze!

53+ Free Image Sources For Your Blog and Social Media Posts via Buffer — Fun images can really make a blog post pop! Courtney Seiter lists awesome free sources you can use to find images.

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