Always finding great blogging tips then losing it again? Me too so now I keep all those handy links in a draft blog post then keep adding to it.
It’s an invaluable resource for me so I thought you might find my links useful too. These are the best blogging tips I’ve found and used so far in 2011.
This post by social media star Kristi Hines at Kikolani is gold for all of us who haven’t quite got to grips with following RSS feeds or creating a system so we remember to comment on our favorite blogs.
Read it to find out why I call Kristi the RSS Ninja. I’m slowly working through these tips and getting it sorted out. I met Kristi at BlogWorld 2010. She’s a font of knowledge, totally inspiring and she rocks at all that geeky stuff that drives me nuts.
Follow Kristi on Twitter for more blogging tips.
Don’t have a multi-author blog? Neither do I but some of the plug-ins like the Category Reminder are useful for all bloggers.
Justin Germino over at Dragon Blogger tested over 20 useful WordPress plug-ins to write this post. Justin is another prolific and hot blogger who writes five blogs and manages another two that his wife writes.
Follow Justin on Twitter for more blogging tips.
Ana Hoffman astounds me. We had a little email chat and Ana told me she used to update her blog five times a day. Incredible since I can’t even manage to update mine five times a week.
Ana has an encyclopedia knowledge of search engine optimsiation and a zillion things all we bloggers need to know but don’t manage to learn about. Ana not only understands blogging, she writes about it in a way that helps us understand them too.
Follow Ana on Twitter for more blogging tips.
Funny, clever and geeky in a good way Dave Doolin loves WordPress, and knows more about WordPress and blogging than just about anyone else.
Dave loves to was lyrical about the state of the blogopshere and spin yarns about when he was at Burning Man. But this post tells the sad truth and potential cost of getting something free.
Follow Dave on Twitter for more blogging tips.
Kiesha Easley from We Blog Better wrote this post to put bloggers at ease about mobile optimization because mobile technology is evolving so fast.
Read this post to find out why what was a “must-have” a year ago is now considered extra baggage. WeBlogBetter.com offers great blogging tips for aspiring bloggers and is currently hosting a unique contest called “Surviving the Blog” that’s going to be a good one to get involved with or follow.
Follow Kiesha on Twitter for more blogging tips.
This is a post by the inspirational Srinivas Rao, the host and co-founder of BlogcastFM. He’s continually built his online presence by focusing his efforts on relationship marketing and he shares those tips here.
Srinivas is a personal development blogger but if you’re after blogging tips BlogCastFM which he set up with Sid Sivara is brilliant listening for bloggers.
This post by Mars Dorian shows you how to develop a compelling blog writing style. It gives you tricks and tips on strengthening your writing voice and creating a language that people can’t help but pay attention to.
What’s truly inspiring is that Mars is German so english is his second language but he really knows how to rock it.
Follow Mars on Twitter for more blogging tips.
Update 2012: This isn’t a blog post any more, it’s now a handy dandy 16 page e-book by Tina Gray which you can buy for a very small price. How to Create a Media Kit will save you time, save you wondering if you got it right and show you how to create a media kit that makes you look as good as you are.
It proved very handy when I finally got round to creating my own Media Kit over for my travel blog Get In the Hot Spot because there’s no need to reinvent the wheel. Tina knows what, when and how to create your own media kit and her ebook will set you straight. There’s no affiliate program for this one but if there was I’d join it because I regularly recommend this ebook to other bloggers.
Follow Tina on Twitter for more blogging tips.
This is an add on guide to Tina Gray’s media kit by Glowless over at Where’s My Glow. It’s a checklist you can run through when you’ve finished your media kit to check you haven’t left out anything important.
I used them both to create a media kit for my travel blog with excellent results – I got a sponsored blog post almost immediately so thanks Tina and Glowless!
This is a post by Bree Lawson from The Blog Stylist. Bree went on a blogging hiatus for three months and returned knowing she needed something easy and noticeable to kickstart her blog’s traffic again.
So she decided to live blog a one-day blogging conference. In this follow-up post to that epic day Bree shares how she rocked the live blogging, how it scored her an extra 2,000 blog visits in a matter of days, and how she became a trending topic on Twitter, all with only an hour’s preparation.
Follow Bree on Twitter for more blogging tips.
This is a brilliant from video Mary Jaksch and Barrie Davenport at A-List Blog Marketing which will teach you the five keys to building a successful online business. This video focuses on Good Karma Marketing – marketing with integrity and purpose.
Mary and Barrie teach bloggers how Good Karma marketing can change your approach to blogging and marketing – and change your life. If you like this video it’s part of a free series called The Heart of Successful Online Marketing so you’ll want to watch them all.
Follow A-List Blog Marketing on Twitter for more blogging tips.
Found any more great blog posts or blogs with hot blogging tips recently? Share them in the comments.
Or tell us what blogging tips you most want to read but haven’t found yet. Maybe we can point you in the right direction.