Weekly Top 5 Posts for Web Workers

Posted on September 15th, 2010. Written by Jamie Northrup.

Weekly 5 Posts for Web WorkersEvery week I come across through my RSS feed, Twitter, Facebook, E-mails and random surfing thousands of articles, some are great, some not so much, some are just quick tidbits of info, where others can be complete guides.

I would say each week I do find about a dozen really fabulous posts and from there I do the hard job of picking the five best to present the Deuce Group Weekly 5 for Web Workers.

Here are this weeks 5 must read posts for online workers:
1. How to Re-Ignite Your Blogging Fire When You’re Feeling Burnt Out (Sept 9th)

A guest post on the best blog about blogging, this article was written by Glen Allsopp of ViperChill and appeared on ProBlogger. Even if you aren’t feeling burnt out, the tips in this post can really help you take your blog even higher. And even if you aren’t a blogger these tips apply to almost anything in general.

2. Blogging Pitfalls: How to Make Your Blog Load Fast (Sept 8th)

This is a post on Blogging Pro by Jonathan Bailey, and it’s a more technical post about how to optimize your blog to load faster, which will help you keep your visitors from being discouraged and leaving.

3. How to Stay Productive Working from Coffee Shops (Sept 14th)

Lifehacker is a great read, full of tips how to improve life, and it’s even better when it applies to web workers or work at home types, like in this article by Kevin Purdy. Great things to know about getting prepared to work away from home or the office and how to survive out there.

4. 1 Easy Solution to 3 Big Blogging Problems (Sept 13th)

A second post this week from ProBlogger, it’s no wonder why they are the best and attract the best, this time an article by Annabel Candy. Interesting idea that I may just have to try, Writing buddies, or blogging buddies if you would, very good post considering it has me concinved.

5. HOW TO: Choose the Best Workspace for Your Business (Sept 14th)

A must for anyone that is starting up is to choose where you will run your business from, and Sarah Kessler posted this great article at Mashable to help you decide what will be best for you and your business.

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Jamie Northrup

I’m a 30 year old Canadian web consultant and founder of the Deuce Group. I have been working online since 1995 and have experience in blogging, web development, web design, e-commerce, eBay, social networking and online marketing.

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