Webification Wednesday #3- Links/Blogs/Sites Worth Patronizing

Review of: Shout Me Loud
Blog by:
Harsh Agrawal
Version:
2015
Price:
FREE

Reviewed by:
Rating:
4
On July 11, 2015
Last modified:July 11, 2015

Summary:

I'm giving him 4 stars! And if you like a blog that is upbeat, positive, encouraging and like a broader world view (as I mentioned he and some of the guest posts are from India,) check him out.

Top Blogger from IndiaThis is coming out on a Saturday…I”m late. But this as usual is helpful links to wonderful, informative content on the web.  If you are a pro blogger, copywriter or small business owner who manages their own website, I’ll call out 1-3 helpful links or blogs.

  1. Shout Me Loud- is blog by Harsh , based in India.  He’s a 20 something guy who started blogging about 6 years ago and now makes a living doing it.  + His advice is spot on- he has a roster of guest posters but the posts I reviewed were high quality.
  2. The site covers (among other things):
    • Blogging (406)
    • Email Marketing (30)
    • Entrepreneurship & Startup (32)
    • Make Money online (193)
    • SEO (149))
    • Social Media & Marketing (134)
    • Webhosting (103)
    • WordPress (298)

    Here is one that alone could have huge impact on your blog writing & success:  http://www.shoutmeloud.com/blog-title-generator.html.   It’s a review post of post title generating apps online.

I was familiar with one of the tools for generating blog post titles (and thus ideas.) But this list recommended one I’ll mention here called TweakYourBiz which is so good it generates too many ideas.  The post said that,  so of course I went to try it and I was like “oh my God,” luckily you can save the ideas.

So the helpfulness of even that 1 post I”m giving him 4 stars!  And if you like a blog that is upbeat, positive, encouraging and like a broader world view (as I mentioned he and some of the guest posts are from India,) check him out.  Also saw great advice posts on SEO, and WordPress management and plugins.

I'm giving him 4 stars! And if you like a blog that is upbeat, positive, encouraging and like a broader world view (as I mentioned he and some of the guest posts are from India,) check him out.

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