Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, July 2016

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Welcome to July’s Links Roundup! This month: Using content to create more content for your blog and social media; deciding if writing on Medium is right for you; successful blogging tips; and utilizing live video streaming to increase engagement and interact with readers.

Content on Content on Content via Gary Vaynerchuk — Learn how to use the micro-content of infographics, gifs, and videos to come up with more content for your blog articles. Best-selling author Gary Vaynerchuk gives you the inside scoop on where to find inspiration for your blog and social media outreach.

Why Fiction Writers Should Find a Home on Medium via Tom Farr — Medium is a blogging/writing platform that may help new writers find their audiences. Whether you’re a poet, blogger, essayist, or fiction writer, Tom tells you exactly why you should be writing on Medium.

5 Strategies for a Successful Blog in 2016 via tech.co — Running a successful and engaging blog is no longer a simple numbers game. Ryan Stewart discusses new blogging practices you should be implementing as soon as possible.

Periscope How-To for Authors via Tricia Goyer — Live video streaming is becoming ever more popular in the world of social media. Tricia details how writers can adapt the new platform to discuss their writing process, promote events, books, and more.


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