I often find sites with posts that seem particularly relevant to blogging. For some reason, I generally find them when I am incredibly busy. So here are some sites that I am going back to, in case you want to go too.
The Value of Data Visualization, explained, with a few additional links to important information on other sites, such as 5 Steps to Create a Powerful Visual from SpyreStudios.com.
How to Create a Blog that People Actually Read from SellOutYourSoul.com. As a teaser, the first two points are:
#1 Write a good title
You have to write a good title for every post. Not just for humans. But also for search engines because humans use search engines to find content. Thatâ€™s how most of you ended up here, right?
#2 Shut up and think
Dan Wieden says â€œif you canâ€™t write something startling donâ€™t write anything at all.â€ So donâ€™t write 10 blog posts a week because you think your readers are waiting for some new content. If you donâ€™t have any good to say, donâ€™t post. One great post can make you famous. And ten bland ones just confirms what we all suspected: you are a hack like the rest of us. Edit yourself so that you only publish gold.
Search Engine Optimization, a sample chapter, which discusses keyword searches and grammar.