It is one thing for me to blog and share my own stuff here on DavidRisley.com. It is another to share the love and point out some great stuff I’ve come across in the last week – on OTHER people’s sites.
And, so… I am starting what will probably end up being a new weekly feature (probably on Fridays). I’ll share out some stuff I’ve come across during the week.
5 Mini SEO tips to Help You Get an Edge on the Competition
Pat released a Youtube video that is definitely worth watching. The title says it all. What the title doesn’t say is… Pat is SO making my videos look amateur. Dude!
10 SEO Blog Post Publishing Steps that Most Bloggers Forget
Nicholas, over at IncomeDiary (nice guy, BTW… had the chance to do an interview with him recently. Anyway…) posted a great writeup of the major factors to consider before publishing your blog post – in terms of SEO. I know a lot of bloggers get confused by this. Or they just publish, cross their fingers, and hope somebody notices. Well, check this out.
4 Blogger Tools For Breaking Your Writer Block
This one is from Social Media Examiner. They cover some tools to help jog some idea on what to write about. 3 of them are clever uses for keyword research tools.
Facebook graphic cheat sheet
Want a template to guide you on the sizes of those images on Facebook (profile, timeline cover, etc.)? He haz it.
Why Google+ is an Inevitable Part of Your Content Marketing Strategy
Brian, over on Copyblogger, has a great post on why you shouldn’t be ignoring Google+. I know I was. Until recently. Funny thing is, I somehow amassed over 7,500 followers on G+ before I realized I need to not be so damn silent over there.
AdSense Release Toolbar for Chrome Users: Ideal for Stats Junkies
Darren (from Problogger) posted this one. A (new?) Chrome add-on which lets you check out Adsense stats all quick-like. I installed it. Convenient.
Get More Done Faster With These 6 Tips
Michael Fortin posted some pretty good advice on productivity. I especially liked the Law of Contraction (point #2). Worth the read.
How I Reached #1 on Itunes: A Guide to Launching A Podcast
You may have seen this one from Glen Allsopp (Viperchill). I read it.. because I’m very strongly pondering starting a podcast of my own. In Glen’s usual style, he poured on some massive value on this post. Check it out.
And lastly, I’ll leave you with a video. This is a video put together by Jonathan Mead as a trailer for his new program, Trailblazer. I actually may be having Jonathan come on as a guest on a webinar with me in the very near future, so stay tuned for that. But, I thought this trailer video was simply awesome. And, in terms of launch videos, I think it is perhaps the best I’ve ever seen.
OK, my friends. I’ll see you next week.