Happy Friday everyone!
Welcome to another weekly round-up post from our ever-growing community of bloggers, writers, vloggers, podcasters, and other fellow content creators. Each and every week we hand-pick five top posts from a pool of the highest voted user-submitted/created posts in the community and include them in this weekly listicle blog post, along with the newsletter for all of our blog subscribers.
Here are this week’s (Mar 17 – Mar 23, 2018) most valuable posts from the /t/BES content creators community:
1. The Blogger Quietly Preserving Maryland’s Culinary History
“At home, Harris has a long shelf of Maryland cookbooks, and right now one of her goals is to get every pre-1900 cookbook entirety into the database. Eventually, she wants to add the hundreds of published, semi-published…”
2. Back to the Blog
“In 2006, many academics viewed blogs through the lens of LiveJournal and other teen-oriented, oversharing diary sites, and it seemed silly to put more serious words into that space. Of course, as I wrote that blog post…”
3. 5 Myths About Exposure I Learned By Writing 400+ Columns For Inc
“I have written over 400 columns for Inc Magazine. Before I landed my own column, I was a Top Writer on Quora with several million views on my work (this was back in 2015). My “claim to fame” was the fact that I had reached…”
4. HN Discussion: Is a Blog Clever Marketing or Just a Waste of Time?
“There isn’t one answer. Just as there isn’t for having a social media presence. The main reason to start a blog should be having something interesting to say, on a regular basis; something that appeals to…”
5. Inside YouTube’s Fake Views Economy
“Users have been gaming YouTube by purchasing fake YouTube views practically since the platform began. Some claim they’re merely trying to jumpstart their own imminent viral success, others are less nuanced…”
That’s all folks! You can view all the rest of the community’s top submissions (12 more) here.
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