Happy Friday everyone!
Welcome to another weekly round-up post from our 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 round-up blog post, along with the newsletter for all of our e-mail subscribers.
Here are this week’s (Sept 8 – Sept 14, 2018) most valuable posts from the /t/BES content creators community:
1. The YouTube Stars Heading for Burnout
When Matt Lees became a full-time YouTuber, he felt as if he had won the lottery. As a young, ambitious writer, director and presenter, he was able to create low-budget, high-impact films.
2. Web Comic: It Gets Tougher
No matter how hard it is right now, be sure that someone else has it a lot worse, but they stick with it. Those are the people that go places, and you can learn a lot from just paying attention.
3. Finding Your Own Voice
Over the last few weeks, the phrase, “I haven’t found my voice” has been echoing in my head. I believe this young man wants to share his ideas badly but there is something getting in his way.
4. The Science Behind 100,000-View Blog Posts
All successful content marketing is successful in the same way. We’ve seen many blog posts take off, delivering a steady flow of organic traffic for months and years.
5. Just Set Your Blog On Fire Already
The first long-term blog I ever ran was about the garden I was keeping in my backyard. I did a few posts a week and had a single Adsense banner on the page.
That’s all folks! You can view all the rest of the community’s top submissions (10 more) here.
Tune in next Friday for another great weekend reading list that will make you a better and more informed blogger, writer, and/or content creator! If you have anything awesome to submit that others might enjoy, feel free to do so!
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