We’re one day late with our list this week, but we believe we’ve brought you five from among the absolute best articles for bloggers this week. We attempt to highlight not only highly resourceful or inspiring posts, but also posts that represent what we see as some of the best blogging ideologies in the industry. Enjoy.
This Week’s Flames
Not only is readability a huge priority when it comes to great blogging, typography in and of itself is a close and complementary discipline for bloggers who care about great user interfaces. This post represents a sweet job by Mike Smith of collecting some awesome examples together.
Just this week we began a new column featuring great company and corporate blogs. On the day we launched that post, I discovered this nice and thorough guide by Mark Suster on company blogging over at Mashable.
Not only are many of these infographics inspiring from a design perspective, they represent a wealth of research and information that every blogger can benefit from. Nice job by Pam Dyer.
Darren Rowse has broken away just a bit from his typical subject matter to share some very personal insights that every blogger needs to hear – how to keep your family along for the blogging journey. If blogging costs you vital relationships, it was way too important to you!
This post may not pertain to the art or industry of blogging, but it represents the essence of great writing through blogging, and its lesson is important for bloggers to learn. Great job by Everett Bogue.