Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Into the Mind

This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the best posts of the week in blogging, business, freelancing, SEO, and social media on kikolani.com.

The Resources Mashup

Here are some of the best articles I have seen on Google+, retweeted on @kikolani, and read in RSS subscriptions this week.

Blogging / Content

Business / Career

Freelancing

Search Engines / SEO

Social Media / Social Networking

Share Your Best Blog Posts

Every week on Friday, I start a thread on the Social Media Examiner Blogging Club so members can share their favorite blog post of the week. It’s free to join, so sign up, find today’s best blog post thread, and share your proudest blogging achievement of the week!

Check Out Google+ Communities

google-plus-communities

Just in case you hadn’t heard, Google+ has released their competition for Facebook Groups – Google+ Communities. If you’re a blogger or freelance writer, be sure to check out my communities and join!

Photo of the Week

This week’s top photo comes from the Tuolumne Meadows area of Yosemite National Park.

Be sure to check out Jason Hines’ photography blog and Utah wedding photography website for more photos. Also, be sure to follow him on Twitter @jasonphines or Google+!

Into the Mind

If you’re into extreme winter sports, timelapse, travel, creative cinematography, or interesting soundtrack compilations, then you’ll love this.

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Comments

  1. says

    I live in Southern California and that video by Sherpa Cinemas was something awesome and out of the ordinary for me. Those great steep snow filled mountains, we don’t have that here. Great video, thanks.

    Also, the SM Image sizing sheet came in handy. It alleviates the time wasted trying to figure out the perfect image size by trial and error.