The following are a few plugins that I utilize and found to be time saving and beneficial.
Recently I have witnessed a huge wave of bloggers going on hiatus or simply walking away from their book blog. Those that leave an update all share a similar theme; This started out as fun and its become a job, I am overwhelmed, this has become a chore, I am in a funk etc, etc. So I wanted to put together some tips, tricks and recommendations for starting 2014 on the positive side of blogging. Let’s get organized, reassess and get back to doing what we love.
Today’s Blogger Tips and Tricks is all about “Related Content Links”. These are links to other articles found within your blog or website that a viewer might like based on the current post. The benefits to having related content links at the beginning or end of your post are numerous.
So you want to Move to Self-hosted WordPress? Things you should know before you move
A list of 12 websites to use offering tips and tricks for everything from making buttons to writing code for your blog site.
A blogger emailed asking for advice about writing the negative side of reviews. For me one of the hardest things as book reviewer is tackling the negative parts of a review. So I thought I’d share my tips on writing one and handling any negative feedback that might result.
What Do I Include in My Review and What Do Publishers Like to See?!?