Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Volcano 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

  • 103 ways to improve your blog in 15 minutes or less – simple little changes that could make a big difference on your blog.
  • Write faster – 12 top tips for freelance writers, bloggers, etc. that want to work less, earn more, and live more!
  • Chris Brogan, A-Listers, and the reality of low self-esteem in blogging – relax, it affects more people than you think.
  • 10 reasons your blog isn’t helping you get jobs – if you’ve been wondering why the offers aren’t rolling in, these tips might help clue you in.
  • What does a blogger do? If you weren’t too sure what keeps bloggers busy, here is a list of the top 38 things.

Business / Career

Graphic Design / Web Design

Personal Development / Productivity

Search Engines / SEO

Social Media / Social Networking

Photo of the Week

This week’s top photo is cuteness for cuteness sake. Say hello to a posing prairie dog!

Smile With Love

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!

Volcano Timelapse

Remember that volcano in Iceland that not many could pronounce? Here’s a fantastic timelapse of it!

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Comments

  1. says

    Kikolani,

    As usual, great content to read. I stopped at first with the 103 Ways to Improve Your Blog. Read it and may need to go back for reference later.

    The post on Google+ on Search Engine land was an interesting read. I already knew what he was talking about but was too timid to ever really proclaim it. It is obvious your searches change per whether or not you are logged into Google.

    Great reads!

    ~Allie
    Allie just posted The New Face of Social Networking: Are You Ready for Google+ ?