I cannot imagine anyone who blogs to not find this massive list of links useful and inspirational. Check it out, I’m sure you will agree.
Occasionally, one encounters a person whose energy and vision cause you to stand back in awe and wonder. A reaction like this often comes upon the realization of how much good one turned on person can do, and how humbling it feels to know the work at which you marvel was crammed into an already busy productive life.
One such person is Lorelle VanFossen. She ranks with Katherine Tyrrell (Making a Mark blogger and creator of 66, and counting, Squidoo lenses) as one whose imprint from leading an interesting and prolific life is impressively evident all over the Internet.
Lorelle is a tireless blogging pioneer,author, professional nature photographer and lecturer. The subject of this post today comes courtesy of one of her many blogs: Lorelle on WordPress. Here is just part of her bio from her blog:
Who is Lorelle?
There are many sides to Lorelle VanFossen. One is a public speaker, instructor, writer, and consultant on web writing, web design, and blogging, especially working with WordPress. Another is as a transient traveling the world as part of the duo team of VanFossen productions,professional nature photographers and writers presenting workshops and programs on travel, writing, and nature photography.
Called a blog evangelist, on Lorelle on WordPress she writes about everything WordPress and blogging,covering more than you may want to know about how all this blogging business works.Taking Your Camera on the Road is dedicated to providing educational and experiential information on travel, nature photography, travel photography, and life on the road.
Lorelle is also the author of the popular Blogging Tips: What Bloggers Won’t Tell You About Blogging, a book covering the basic to intermediate tips you need to know before and during your blogging experience, the first book of its kind. She shares her many years of online journaling, web writing and publishing, and blogging experiences as one of the first website owners and publishers on the web.
Her post, Blogging Tips – Hundreds of Resources for Finding Content for Your Blog is the point of this post today. This list, compiled two years ago and still relevant, is a perfect example of Lorelle's incredible output. I cannot imagine anyone who blogs to not find this massive helpful list of links useful and inspirational. Check it out; I'm sure you will agree.