Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Internet Marketing Internship

This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the resources mashup, details about an exciting Internet Marketing internship program, and what’s coming up on kikolani.com.

The Resources Mashup

Here are some of the best articles I have stumbled upon and retweeted on @kikolani this week.

Blogging / Writing

Business / Career / Finance

Design / Inspiration

Personal Development / Self Improvement

Photography / Digital Art

Search Engines / SEO / Traffic

Social Media

Software / Security / Tech

WordPress

Coming Up on the Kikolani Network

This week, I didn’t make it to the HootSuite for bloggers post because of the time sensitive Google PageRank analysis post (which I will need to dig deeper into in the near future). So next week, HootSuite for my blogging audience – why you should be using it!

Internet Marketing Internship

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    • says

      Thanks. It seems like I have been busy guest posting, but both my articles were written earlier and just coincidentally posted in the same week. It was fun that they were both Twitter related though!

  1. says

    Thanks so much for including my post under WordPress. I find that many bloggers aren’t aware of the differences between free hosted wordpress.com blogs and free software installs from WordPress.org for self hosting. They don’t comprehend the security risks involved in blogging on a multiuser blogging platform and therefore don’t understand why there are restrictions on the code we can use on wordpress.com blogs. Consequently, many newbies expect to be able to upload plugins and have social bookmarks automatically appear on each of their wordpress.com blog posts when they can’t.

    Well, necessity is the mother of invention and the open source community is full of innovators who have come up with useful workarounds, so I am happy you are helping me get the word out. Yes, wordpress.com users can have social bookmarks but it does take a little coding on each post to accomplish this.
    .-= New from timethief Social Bookmarks for WordPress.com Blogs =-.

    • says

      People do get the self-hosted WordPress and WordPress.com blogs confused easily, but they both have their purposes. If you are not into the customization and plugins like I am, WordPress.com is perfectly fine. If you need personalized branding and full features + control, self-hosted is the way to go. I have seen lots of people start on WordPress.com and successfully either thrive there or move to a self-hosted with not that much trouble, so it never hurts to start on the .com and just move up. Thanks for providing the resources for those on the .com site!

    • says

      I like to make sure there is something for everybody. I think anyone really can benefit from most of the topics, and I’m glad you see plenty of useful things for yourself to refer back too!

    • says

      I used it a little bit. I liked Tweetdeck feature wise, but it is something you have to install on your local machine, and since I float between at least 2 PC’s and a Mac, it wasn’t as convenient. HootSuite became my choice simply for being accessible online without any installations, and since then, I have found lots of great uses for it!

  2. says

    Thanks for the great resources. I especially love the SEO ones. The think traffic post is pure gold!

  3. says

    Another great fetching Friday resources from you. I love to read the “19 Tips to driving Traffic to Your Blog”. Thanks for your sharing! Hope that my post can be one of the resources in your future fetching Friday Resources. :)

  4. says

    Hey Kristi, I’m going to have to start calling you Wonder Woman I reckon, not only do you have the looks but you have the fortitude to continue putting out great content as well as keeping up with the Fetching Friday Series. As you know I don’t have the time to check out all these links and I usually only choose one, well today I’ve chosen the one from TimeThief
    .-= New from Sire Win A Trip For Two To Hugh Hefner’s Playboy Mansion =-.

    • says

      Thanks! The Friday series is actually my easiest thing to keep up with, now that it has become routine. Between keeping up with a lot of great bloggers through some Twitter Lists and having mutual subscriptions on StumbleUpon, I have a great selection to choose from in every category.

  5. says

    Soooo, now that I finally have my first blog up and running (thank you J. Sullivan!), I REALLY don’t see how you get your list compiled in one week. On top of the other stuff you must do. Seems like a lot! :P I really look up to blogs like yours and John’s, hopefully one day I will have followers and people that can’t wait until MY next post comes out!!! Thanks for giving us noobs hope,

    greenlants
    .-= New from greenlants@Green Shield Intl Top 10 List of Fun Things to Do at the Start of Summer =-.

  6. says

    HI Kristi,
    As always and awesome list!
    I am biased towards Jonathan and Stevens posts cause I follow their writing religiously. The other articles I will have to go through…but seriously ..you make me a better and more informed blogger. Thank you!
    Much Love,
    Z~

  7. says

    Hi Kristi,

    As a Internet Marketing Professional myself, I found your post very informative and helpful. Thanks for providing such great links in your post. This makes it very convenient for me to check out a lot of different information that will be helpful in running my Internet Marketing Business!

    To Your Continued Success,

    Karl
    .-= New from Karl Hummel Why All One Way Backlinks Are Not Equal In SEO Value =-.

  8. says

    By the time I’m done with this list, the next one will be out. This is my second post and forgot to say hello in my first one. I saw marketing in this post and I got excited because I decided to leave my finance job to do marketing with a new mobile phone app business.
    .-= New from Innovatively Simple Things I’d Rather Do #2 =-.