Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup, Kitty vs. Halloween Bowl & Week in Review

This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the resources mashup, Kitty vs. Halloween Bowl, and the week in review at kikolani.com.

The Resources Mashup

Here are some of the best articles I have stumbledupon this week.


Business / Finance

Graphic / Web Design

Personal Development / Self Improvement / Health

Photography / Digital Art


Social Media


Week in Review

This week’s featured post was on making money through blogging, where I discussed some of the ways I am generate income through my websites, future plans, and how readers make money online.

Kitty vs. Halloween Bowl

Happy Halloween everyone!

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  1. says

    Thanks for this roundup. Reading several of these articles, have them opened in separate tabs….

    Numbers 65, 66, 67, and 68 on that “169 ways to build traffic like a ninja” post are excellent tips – no one should do number 64: if you have to pay for attention on social media, you’re not looking for the readers of your blog who are willing to promote, and that’s not a good thing.

    “High traffic does not mean good marketing” is exactly right – there’s lots of bloggers who have traffic that isn’t converting into anything. I’m not gonna get preachy about this, because I can safely say that I’ve learned the hard way that there’s a lot in audience building that’s out of one’s control. But I’m definitely not seeing a few people who have traffic on the order of 3,000 – 7,000 uniques a day make much of it besides a little side income. I know what I’m doing with 300 uniques at most and I think it’s pretty awesome: some of them are people who would never have read a poem in their lives, and I can say for what it’s worth I think I’ve helped change that. I’m not saying that to brag – it’s more like, I’m always thinking what I can do and what I would do with more, if it were given.
    .-= ashok´s last blog ..Jefferson’s Epitaph, Education and the Enlightenment Republic =-.

  2. says

    Hello Kristi!
    I found “18 alternative ways to use WordPress” are reaaly useful. Another link “169 ways to build traffic like a ninja” is nice, many of the tips are reaaly practical. Thank you for your FF links.

  3. says

    Thank you for sharing some great articles. 7 bad writing habits you learned in school and 53 best practices on how to attract RSS subscribers are really good articles. I am heading towards other articles to see what they have to offer.

  4. says

    The kitty vs. the Halloween bowl was precious. I shared it with a few of my cat-friendly women coworkers and I was greeted with smiles all around.
    .-= A. Zuck´s last blog ..Head Hunter =-.