Over the last week I came across 4 great blog-related resources that I wanted to share:
- 66 Ways To Build Links in 2007 – Brandon Hopkins has a huge list of ways to build links. It’s one of those blog posts you should bookmark and keep re-visiting every so often. Marketing and promoting your blog should be a never ending process, and a good chunk of that work is in link building.
- WordPress Plugin Directory – WordPress has finally put together a comprehensive plugin list and organized it neatly and properly. Already I’ve found a few plugins I wasn’t aware of, including some very popular ones that warrant more investigation. This will very quickly become the de facto resource for all WordPress users when looking for plugins.
- MultiSubmit – A neat little tool that lets you submit a blog post to multiple social bookmarking type sites all at once. You can pick which ones you want to be setup for, and it’s an incredibly easy process. It doesn’t work for StumbleUpon though, which is too bad because StumbleUpon is a great service. Still, it’s a very fast way to get a blog post put into the most popular social bookmarking sites including digg, reddit, Netscape and del.icio.us.
- Blogged Out – Darren Cronian is starting almost from the beginning, introducing people to ways they can promote and improve their blogs. The information to-date is basic, but it’s always smart to start at the basics and learn along with others. Darren’s goal is to run Blogged Out for 3 months, earn $1,900 and donate 40% to charity.
Hope you enjoy these resources!