9 Posts On Blogging You Really Should Read Immediately

Reading ZenSpill RoundupBeing a blogger in a niche full of brilliant bloggers I constantly run into posts that I wish I’d written.

But I can’t now.

Because someone else already did.

But I need to get you this useful info one way or another.

So what can I do?..

Enter Link Round Up

I’m going to be doing my link round ups a little differently. I realize most bloggers do them once a week on a certain day, but I’m going to be doing a round up whenever I feel that I’ve run into enough exceptional posts to make a round up out of. This will most likely be twice a month. Sometimes even less.

So naturally, because I won’t be posting these round ups weekly, not all the links will be from this week. But I will try and keep them recent.

If you think your post belongs in the next round up, shoot me an email and I’ll be happy to check it out.

Random Roundup One

1.How To Build Your Presence With Reverse Guest Posting – An insightful look into traffic generation on the flip side of guest posting by Peter Attia at Cucumber Nebula. Sure, you should still guest post whenever you can but allowing bloggers to guest post for your blog that can also raise a lot traffic. But doing this efficiently is a process that involves using tools from Followerwonk to BuzzStream.

2.150,000 Monthly Page Views and No Backlink Building – Pretty ridiculous achievement by Lisa Irby at 2CreateWebsite. 150,000 page views from Google with absolutely no backlink building.  Most people who hate SEO, hate it because they need to constantly build backlinks. Turns out that this not the case.

3.WordPress Security: How To Get Your WordPress Blog Hacked – Brilliant post by Ehsan Ullah at Guide and News. Your WordPress site isn’t as safe as you think. Simply using your default Admin account can make you vulnerable. Save yourself a lot of headache by taking a few simple precautionary steps.

4.How To Use Twitter To Your Advantage – A post by Adrienne Smith that you just can’t stop reading once you start. This post is about her journey from being able to barely get anyone from Twitter to her blog to getting a Twitter reach of over 5,000,000. An incredible journey to say the least.

5.How I Went From ZERO to 19,828 Visitors In 3 Months Flat! – A case study by Ti Roberts that’s been all over the internet. If you haven’t read this already, then you have missed out on an epic post.  Perhaps one of the most detailed posts I’ve seen so far. This post is a real world, step by step break down of how get from point A to point B. It doesn’t get any easier to follow advice than this.

6.6 Simple Farming Concepts That Apply To Blogging – A very interesting read by D. Dixon at 1 Singular Sensation. Solid concepts to follow and keep in mind when you are blogging. Some of these are all too often forgotten by bloggers.

7.Infographic: 2012 Social Media Statistics and Facts – An interesting compilation of data put into an infographic by Terrance Charles. How often do links about sex get shared? How many blogs does a professional blogger manage on average? How many people suffer from Facebook Addiction Syndrome? Who doesn’t like infographics?

8.How To Get Back On Track – Procrastinate much? Theodore Nwangene at Top Blogging Coach breaks down how to get yourself to work and get stuff done. Get work done even when you don’t feel like it. It’s much better than the one I wrote on procrastination and motivation way back in the day.

9.A Link Building Strategy That Will Benefit You – The title says it all. This is post is by Kevin Ocasio at KOmarketer. You don’t have to be a huge SEO fan to benefit from this post.

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29 Responses to “9 Posts On Blogging You Really Should Read Immediately”

  • Allison says:

    Hey Mark, great collection of posts. I especially liked the Lisa Irby’s and Kevin Ocasio’s posts. I’m not a big fan of SEO and these help.

  • Very honoured to be included here Mark,

    One of the greatest issues we as bloggers and any other person in life faces often is the issue of procastination and loss of hope especially when we’re not seeing any result on what we’re doing. But if we can be able to challenge that and move on, then we’ve acquired one of the most essential weapon we need to succeed.

    Although in life is easy and that’s why we have to stick longer to what we’re doing knowing fully well that sooner or later, we’ll start seeing some good results from our efforts.

    I’ve not checked out most of the other posts you shared here except that of Lisa and Adrienne, but I will definitely do that right away.

    Really appreciate the mention man.

    Thanks a bunch and do have a wonderful week.

    • Mark Trueman says:

      Hey Theodore,

      Happy to see you here. I completely agree, procrastination is one of the biggest problems people face that keeps them from accomplishing things. Learning to beat procrastination can be a great weapon indeed.

      Persistence is definitely the key. If we keep giving up when things get too difficult, we will get no where.

      No problem. Always happy to link to a great post :)

      – Mark T.

  • Peter says:

    These are awesome post you pulled. At least have looked at Theodore article and it resonates with me. It tells me the race is not for the swift but for he that is patient. Dedication even when you don’t feel like should me your motto. John, keep up wonderful article

  • Ti Roberts says:

    Hi, Mark:

    Thanks so much for including me in your roundup; totally appreciate it. :)

    You’ve compiled a great list here; some of them I’ve already read and a few I haven’t.

    Thanks for compiling this list for us; I’ll definitely be checking out the others you’ve mentioned.

    Looking forward to your next post; have a great week ahead!

    Ti

  • Adrienne says:

    Hey Mark, I made it!

    Yep, great list and I hear you on the round up. I’m doing one once a month now and just sharing about five posts I’ve come across throughout the month. I don’t want to overwhelm my readers with even more content to read but when I come across something that I really think they should know about then that’s what goes on my list.

    I appreciate you including my post on Twitter. It’s an area so many people still have questions about and I get that. I was once there myself but I love to help them get past that hurdle. So glad what I mentioned about Triberr was beneficial for you. Yay!!!

    Thanks again and I’ll be sure to stop by those that I’ve not read yet. I see a few here.

    Enjoy your day and have a great week.

    ~Adrienne

    • Mark Trueman says:

      Hey Adrienne,

      Happy to see you here :)

      My thoughts exactly. I think having a schedule for something like a round up, forces you to put content there even if it is subpar. And overwhelming your readers is a big problem as well.

      Too many people hear that they need to be on Twitter when they start out blogging but most of them will never see any real results from it, and this is mainly because it takes a while to get a large enough reach to show significant results and Triberr helps you reach that quicker. And I’m happy to mention that post. It was a good one.

      Thanks Adrienne! You too :)

      – Mark T.

  • D. Dixon says:

    Hi Mark,
    Thanks so much for the shout out! Ironically, I had that post in my head for a while and thought, why not? I’m glad it was so well received and I’ll be checking out the others as well. Cheers!

  • Kevin Ocasio says:

    Hey Mark,

    Really appreciate the mention man… thank you so much :)

    This is a great list of quality posts from quality blogs. I’m familiar with most of the blogs in your roundup, but a couple were brand new to me. So thank you for introducing them to me!

    Keep up the good work ;)

  • Hey Mark, very nice lineup of rockstar bloggers you have here :)

    Thanks for the inclusion also, love your content man!

    Ti Roberts and Lisa Erby are two of my favs – keep up the good work.

    ~ Terrance Charles

  • Hey Mark, truly appreciate you including my post on WordPress security in your roundup.

    Gotta busy reading all those now.

    See ya! ;)

  • Enstine Muki says:

    Hi Mark
    Good to see Adrienne Smith, Ti Roberts and Theodore mentioned here. These are great minds. A lot more interesting links you have included on the list. I’ll be checking them one after the other.

    Thanks for putting this together

  • Vivek R says:

    Hi mark,I am new to your blog thanks for sending me here through your comment on WPStuffs.

    In the above list I only read WordPress Security tips by Ehsan and I am going send other articles to Pocket.

    Thanks for listing awesome articles mark,Nice work.

  • I love, love, love it that you include blog posts “off the beaten path”, Mark; off to do some reading.

  • Sita Gabriel says:

    This is a great idea, I will implement it on my blog. Thanks for the Lisa post. It’s great and I loved it. Keep up the good work. Hope I will get to read more posts from you. I really like your blog.

  • williams says:

    Great post sum up
    I got myself a few to check out.
    Thanks for sharing.

  • Kulwant says:

    What a great resource mark.


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