March 26th, 2010 — Freebie Friday
Selecting intriguing images is part of a blogger’s routine. Today’s Freebie Friday gift provides links to 18 free online image sources to help you find great images for your blog — at no cost! (Note: Be sure to read the license agreement before using any images on your site.)
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March 19th, 2010 — Freebie Friday
Today’s Freebie Friday gift is a link to another eBook by master marketer Seth Godin, Unleashing the Idea Virus — the most-read full-length eBook of all time.
March 12th, 2010 — Freebie Friday
Today’s Freebie Friday gift is a free report, Blog Traffic Made Easy, written by John Robinson of SiteFever.com. You can download the report directly by clicking the link as John doesn’t require an opt-in for this information.
This guide begins with step-by-step blog setup instructions, then offers advice on finding a blog host, which plugins are useful for bloggers, and lists some services bloggers will find helpful as well.
The third section of this report is on promotion, and John gives a number of ways to drive traffic to your blog. He finishes off his guide by giving tips on writing posts and ways to encourage linking. All in all, it’s a concise work that gives a great overview of all the basic information bloggers need. I hope you find it helpful.
Until next time,
March 5th, 2010 — Freebie Friday
Dave Navarro, the “Launch Coach” and “Rock Your Day” writer, has a gift for anyone who struggles with time management. In fact, in his free (no opt-in required) 40-page eBook, he tells which three behaviors we must change to break out of our old patterns and start getting more out of life plus a few simple tactics to help change those limited behaviors.
Head over to Dave’s site and download your free copy of Dave’s “time management manifesto,” More Time Now.
February 26th, 2010 — Freebie Friday
Today’s Freebie Friday is a link to a free eBook by Seth Godin titled “Who’s There?: An Incomplete Guide to Blogs and the New Web.”
In this eBook, Seth discusses the three types of blogs: Cat blogs, Boss blogs, and Viral blogs. He then goes on to discuss a few “laws of blogging” in typical Godin fashion.
For instance, the first law of blogging is: “It’s not who you are, it’s what you say,” and the equally important second law of blogging is “Actually, it doesn’t matter what you say, it matters who you are.”
There is no opt-in required to download this free eBook, so head over to Seth’s blog and click the link. If you don’t already subscribe to his blog, you may want to do that while you’re there.