These links will feature resources for blogging and social media, as well as, great posts on incorporating our Christianity into our businesses and the marketplace. There may even be some random stuff that makes you laugh.
So grab a cup of coffee, and let’s see what I Stumbled Upon this week.
Here’s the best posts I found this week to help with your blogging and social media use.
If you’re new to StumbleUpon, or you want to increase the quality and quantity of traffic you receive from StumbleUpon, this guide has everything you need to know. I haven’t found a more comprehensive guide than this one.
Okay, don’t look too closely at my site after reading this post because you will see that I still have a little work to do. Kiesha tells us what pages we need on our blogs to improve our trust level with new readers and to keep in compliance with Google guidelines.
The real value of this post for me is where Alex discusses the tools he uses to manage his Twitter account. Last week, I had become so frustrated with all of the noise on my account from all of the auto-followers during my blogging hiatus that I started over with a new Twitter account. Reading this post made me abandon those plans … check out Tweepi.
Here’s the best posts I found this week mixing our Christian faith and the workplace.
Dan talks about why he disagrees with the phrase, “It’s just business, it’s not personal.” He shares his philosophy on how to make sure it is personal.
Matt talks about how authenticity in your selling efforts makes all the difference. Having bought the products you’re selling gives you that extra edge. Of course, it’s much easier to buy your own products when you own a spa company. Right, Matt?
The Christian Entrepreneur
Here’s the best posts I found this week to help you run your business.
Sue explains how important it is that we think about our hiring processes so that we can recruit and hire those candidates that are the best fit for our organizations.
I love how they matched up a different entrepreneur to each of the characteristics in this post.
Here’s the best posts I found for the week that were humorous, touching, or just plain weird.
Maybe it’s because my wife and son are at the in-law’s house in west Texas this week, but this post really tugged at my heart strings. Too often we look at God as a cosmic traffic cop waiting to bust us rather than as a loving father who wants to hang our scribbles on His refrigerator to show them off.
Want to See More Links?
Well, that’s my list for this week. I hope that you found these links helpful, interesting, and worth your time. I’d appreciate any feedback so I can better tailor these going forward.
If you’d like to see everything that I’ve Stumbled Upon for the week you can find it here.