Sunday Link Love is a recurring series of hand-picked digital marketing and entrepreneur lifestyle links from around the web. The links are very, very rarely affiliate links, but if any are, I’ll say so. Along with sharing my recent favorites, it’s also a way for me to keep an extra-personal touch to my blog. Social media is great, but my blog is still my home base!
Seeking… your favorite online/streaming yoga classes. Drop some links in the comments! I’m ready to get back to a regular practice.
Exploring… This week I’m adventuring in Wildwood Crest and Cape May NJ.
It’s been refreshing so far. I’ve had an ongoing love/hate relationship with Instagram because I don’t want to be limited to only posting photos in a certain color palette. I have so many great travel shots I haven’t posted! It’s so silly. So I finally gave in and split my accounts.
Has anyone else dealt with this love/hate IG feeling?
Reading… A List of Cages by Robin Roe. I can’t resist a good troubled-coming-of-age novel!
Now on to this week’s round up!
Marketing + Entrepreneur Lifestyle Round-up:
» As an introvert self-promoting my work online is definitely a challenge since I never want to feel salesy. Veronika’s post on how to self-promote without feeling arrogant is filled with amazing advice and tips.
» So what makes a good newsletter anyway? This post compiled a great list of ALL the elements that make up an amazing newsletter for your subscribers.
» If you’re currently working on building an email course this post is a must-read! Cole shares how creating a email course can be the simplest thing if you’re using MailChimp.
» When is the last time you updated your About page? Is it a real reflection of you and your brand? Read this post from Conversion Minded to understand what your About Page should do and what to include.
» This round up of platforms for selling digital products is not to be missed! This in-depth and amazing post by Kelsey explains how to choose the best platform to house all your digital products that’s right for you and to keep building that freelance income.
» Being concerned with being unlikeable, especially as a perfectionist, is something I know that many online entrepreneurs have faced. Kirsty shares shares her inspiring story on how she stopped striving to be the “Ideal Woman” and instead become her own kind of woman.