Every week I share some of the best blogger articles I ran across and saved for future reference.
Here is an overview of Blogger Week in Review Episode 16:
In his detailed guide, Harsh Agrawal at ShoutMeLoud explains how to import your Google Docs articles into WordPress. I always use Google Docs to write my blog posts — except for curated posts like this one, where I use Curation Suite. So, Harsh’s tip is very useful and welcome.
The Complete Guide to Import Articles from Google Docs to WordPress
Wouldn’t you like a perfect (and free) solution to import articles from Google Docs into WordPress?
Now we have an official (and free) solution from the WordPress team to import Google Docs articles directly into WordPress (including images!).
Note: You can also upload .docx articles to Google Docs & import them from there.
Read more at shoutmeloud.com
Chris Guthrie at Upfuel highlights several tips he uses to consistently make money on Amazon. Chris is also the maker of the EasyAzon WordPress plugin as well as Amasuite 5, a full set of tools to help you prosper on Amazon.
20 Tips I Used To Make $90,336.65 With Amazon
I’ve been using Amazon’s affiliate program for a little over two years and during that time I’ve had a lot of success with it. In fact, this income source was the second largest chunk of my total $150k+ 2010 income. If I hadn’t sold one of my larger Amazon focused sites last year for six figures this income source would have easily eclipsed $100,000 by now.
Read more at upfuel.com
Alice Elliott at Curatti explains how you can create better blog post introductions so your visitors keep reading beyond the headline.
How A Blog Post Introduction Can Make Your Readers Stay
It’s all very well writing an awesome headline to successfully capture your reader. You now need to keep them on your blog to get them to read the rest of the post. Believe it or not, you have less than 3 seconds to make a good enough impression to get your readers to stay.
You need a fantastic introduction to explain what’s happening, and offer a really good reason to prevent anybody from leaving. All within the first few words placed at the top of your post.
Read more at curatti.com
Christine Renee at BloggingWizard features 40+ top WordPress themes for serious bloggers and writers. Can you identify your WordPress theme in that list?
41 TOP WordPress Themes For Bloggers & Writers (2017 Edition)
With the average human having the attention span of 8 seconds (just under that of a goldfish), why would present your visitors with lackluster visuals, distracting widgets, and hard-to-read typography? Get a WordPress site that seamlessly complements your work, whether you’re a vlogger, blogger, photographer, author, entrepreneur, or journalist. The following WordPress themes have been handpicked for you to be visually stunning, SEO optimized, mobile responsive, and worthy of your work.
Read more at bloggingwizard.com
WPBeginner outlines twenty-five ways to make money online. If you need ideas on how to monetize your blog, this article is for you.
25 Legit Ways to Make Money Online Blogging with WordPress
Are you looking for the top ways to make money online that are NOT scams? WordPress is the largest publishing platform on the planet, and it powers over 27% of all websites. You can use WordPress and blogging to earn money online by doing what you love.
Read more at wpbeginner.com
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Steve Williams is a blogger, consultant, and entrepreneur. He helps people thriving with digital marketing and blogging.