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Reading Roundup: What’s New in Blogging Lately?

Posted By Stacey Roberts 4th of March 2017 General 0 Comments

Reading Roundup: ProBlogger

This week we’re talking about changing up routines and slashing things out of our lives if we want to be successful. Also Facebook maybe making our lives easier, taking quizzes, and what to do when you wanna chuck it all in… I’M MOTIVATED! Let’s do this.

13 Things You Should Give Up If You Want To Be Successful | LinkedIn

Well this was food for thought. I’m not sure I agree with all of it… what are your thoughts?

Want to Have More Creative Breakthroughs? Redesign Your Day According to This Step-by-Step Guide | Inc.

Huh. Well, there’s nothing better to bust out of a rut than to do things a little bit out of the box. I can’t see the harm in trying a new way of structuring my day! I definitely forget (or maybe just dismiss) the importance of mindless activities when things get busy.

 Should you bother rewriting your ads? | Search Engine Journal

I’m the first to admit I don’t really ever do this. Perhaps I will have to change my ways.

News site deters comment rants by making you take a quiz | Endgadget

This has made a lot of my friends very excited – it could take the heat out of the moment, no?

Denny’s Got a Bit Too Real With a New Meme, and the Result Is the Brand’s Best Tweet Ever | AdWeek

I love a success story, especially when it makes me laugh! And yes, I was distracted, and it was glorious.

Seven Things to Do When You Feel Like Giving Up on Writing | Aliventures

I’d have been happy with one (anything!) but Ali gives us seven. Round of applause.

Facebook’s Rolling Out a New Page Inbox to Manage Page, Messenger and Instagram Comments in One Place | Social Media Today


Identity Matters: How Content Strategists Build Trust and Loyalty | Content Marketing Institute

Personality and authenticity goes a long, long way.

YouTube Tops 1 Billion Hours of Video a Day, on Pace to Eclipse TV | Wall Street Journal

This is nuts. TV is so ubiquitous, it’s hard to think of it being second fiddle… but here we are. Better get our content onto YouTube!

How to Create Content That Keeps Earning Links (Even After You Stop Promoting It) | Moz

Passive income jackpot!

What’s caught your eye this week?

About Stacey Roberts
Stacey Roberts is the Managing Editor of ProBlogger.net: a writer, blogger, and full-time word nerd balancing it all with being a stay-at-home mum. She writes about all this and more at Veggie Mama. Chat with her on Twitter @veggie_mama, follow on Pinterest for fun and useful tips, peek behind the curtain on Instagramand Snapchat, listen to her 90s pop culture podcast, or be entertained on Facebook.
  1. Hey Stacey another great roundup by you. I keep reading your roundups on problogger and I must say you shared top resources always. Youtube is getting crazy like anything, 1 billion hours of videos a day that is mammoth. Also Facebook new update is beneficial for Fb page owners. We can manage all things at once now.
    Moz also shared great content piece for getting links through great content. I follow outreach process to get links for my epic content.

  2. Hello, Stacey!

    Wonderful list (as always)…!

    And grateful to you sharing one entry that is massive. And that’s from Moz. :)

    Too right that we have to make the content that still adds into the industry even after we (as a writer) forget about what we had written, right? :)

    Thank you for the great list!

    ~ Adeel

  3. Great tips I have always Loved the Advice from this Group

  4. Hi Stacey,

    It is really a nice roundup. I love to read your roundup because it contains a lot of important information. This is another informative roundup. I love all attractive information about Facebook and YouTube.
    Thanks for sharing this roundup.

    With best regards,
    Salauddin Bepari.

  5. Hello Stacey,
    Thanks…………………….For providing such an informative and helpful article. Specially, 7 points to write such a lengthy content, because for me and most of the blogger writing a quality and long content is very tough work. I hope this will help me to do quality SEO for my website. Really you’ve done nice job. Thanks for sharing this article please keep posting such an informative article.

  6. Can’t even remember last time when I watched my TV :lol: That Linkedin article got me thinking though …

  7. Hello Stacey,

    It is always good to read your roundups, it gives me so much more ideas and information that I can churn up into a blog post myself.

    I do hope you find time to read my latest review of the top 10 best internet marketing gurus in 2017 where I have also featured Darren. Hope you like it.

  8. What an amazing and motivating piece.

    Time for me to make a change, read this and found it super inspiring. Am off to rework my day, rewrite my ads and create content that keeps earning links.

    Incidentally found a small error see YouTube Tops… link.

    Thanks for the detail and keep up the great work!

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