Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Manhattan Timelapse

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

The Resources Mashup

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

Blogging / Writing

Graphic Design / Web Design

Making Money Online / Marketing / Online Business

  • 5 laws for launching your porduct with video landing pages – great tips on how to have successful video landing pages plus four examples that have been hugely successful.
  • 8 methods for getting to know your audience – find out more about your industry using these strategies plus a ton of tools!
  • How to price an eBook in the Kindle age – with eBooks getting less expensive, how do you balance pricing yours based on value provided? (Definitely something I struggled with on the Blog Post Promo Guide.)
  • 8 quick and dirty tips for landing page optimization – simple ways to increase conversions from your landing pages.
  • 5 hugely successful self-made entrepreneurs to get inspired – five people who have been successful without outside funding and have not sold their projects to third parties.

Personal Development / Productivity

Search Engines / SEO

  • How to super size your listing in Google – Google is one place you will want to supersize you. These six tips will help you get a bigger piece of real estate in search results.
  • 6 free search tools I’m loving right now – these will help you with link research, usability testing, getting free content, and more.
  • 43 paid search signals you need to understand – what advertisers need to know to maxmize clicks and conversions while minimizing cost.
  • Introducing the periodic table of SEO ranking factors – could make a nice poster for SEOs for on-site and off-site SEO factors.
  • 3 phrases of social media SEO – what they are, and why they are important.

Social Media / Social Networking

Photo of the Week

This week’s top photo came from Maru Animal Park in Australia. You can’t visit Australia without getting to pet a koala, and this was Jim, the sleepy koala that my husband and I got to meet. I snuck this shot between the branches where he was snoozing.

Jim the Koala

Be sure to check out my photography blog for more photos (I post new pics Monday through Friday) and follow me @kristihines for my photography tweets or become a fan of Photostry on Facebook!

Manhattan Timelapse

This video was shared with me by Lorna Li of Green Marketing TV. She knows me pretty well to know my love of photography timelapses!

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Comments

    • says

      It’s a great photo Kevin! Definitely hurts when you realize your settings are messed up. I went through a day in Australia where I had some little piece of dust on the sensor, so all of my pictures from that day have a fuzzy S in them. Some were easy to edit in Lightroom, but others are just impossible to fix. :( Don’t be discouraged though – it happens to all of us. :)

  1. says

    Hi, Kristi.

    Love the video and your photo of the koala. Would love to see one up close somebody. :)

    And as usual, your roundup is great. Having clipped them to Evernote, so I can look up all of them later when I am done with my Google Reader’s offerings, I visited one first that really caught my eye. Stephanie Sammons’ 7 Character Traits of Top Bloggers. I so enjoyed the post and the blogger that I subscribed to it immediately. Thanks for introducing me to her, Kristi. :)
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