Sunday, September 14, 2014

Best of the Internet

I get excited when I find something good to share with you. I know we all have limited time, so it's hard to limit to only three or four links, because if you're anything like me, you want to click on everything...

So, here is the best of my internet this week:

--From Women Writers, Women's Books, "Can't Find My Way Back Home,"  how to construct memoir. GOOD words, on seeing your way through the murkiness of memory.

--From We Blog Better, "How to Avoid a Google Penalty." If you notice traffic is down, or no google searches coming to your blog, you'll be surprised to find that maybe you've done something that has made you vanish from google searches. Like reposting your content on a bigger site. Here's some ways around that.

--"How to Hold an Unpopular Opinion" from the site becomingminimalist. Terrific read. I am a liberal in a conservative town. How do we not shut down when we feel so different from that which surrounds us. Some great uplifting ways to keep on going.

Happy Sunday, happy reading. (you're all the best)

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  1. Good recommendations. Thanks. There's a memoir in me somewhere.

  2. That recommendation for memoir writing could not have come at a better time for me...

    Thank you. As always.

  3. I want to check out the google one. My traffic is always pretty deplorable for how long I've been writing and how consistently I work at it.

  4. Diary: the links are great. You'll like them.
    Julie: you'll get so much out of the "murky memory" article.
    Lady Jennie: you will be amazed at how google "gets ya."



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