There is a wide range of resources available for bloggers to improve their skills and make good use of new tools for blogging. There are YouTube channels, blogs and even books that deal with these subjects. These are the ones I feel are more reliable and likely to grant success.
Neil Patel – YouTube Channel
This is a particular channel I love to follow, due to the incredible reputation and curriculum the creator Nel Patel has. His most outstanding accomplishments include being considered by Forbes magazine within the marketers top 10.
Additionally, President Obama considers him to be one of the most brilliant entrepreneurs.
The most popular posts on his YouTube channel for the year 2019 include The Perfect SEO Setup for WordPress: 8 Plugins to Skyrocket Your Rankings and Traffic, How to Get 4 Million Visits Per Month With One Simple Keyword Hack. You can visit the channel by searching his name on YouTube.
Bloggingwizzard – Blog
The sheer number of valuable and effective posts in this blog have made it a go-to tool when I myself am stuck with obstacles and not many solutions. The blogger behind it is a professional in marketing and is very keen on posting only accurate content on the blog.
It’s an excellent site to find advice for both beginners and veterans, such as myself.
The most outstanding posts for me are How to Start a Blog Today: Everything You Need to Start Writing and The Definitive Guide to Growing Your Blog’s Audience. If you wish to make use of this useful tool for improving your blogging skills, you can do so by searching his blog on the web.
Blog, Inc.: Blogging for Passion, Profit, and to Create Community Paperback – Book
Written by Joy Deangdeelert Cho and edited by Meg Mateo Ilasco, this book caught my eye and has my top recommendation grades as it is friendly and easy to understand. Additionally, it includes a topic that is dear to me in talking about creating a community.
From choosing the platform for your blog to going full-time with it, this book seems to cover all bases for a blogger.
Within its reviews in Amazon, the one that stood out the most for me was a woman explaining how the book stimulates conversation over coffee with fellow bloggers about their experiences. The paperback for this book is available on Amazon.