Let’s begin today’s links post with an important lesson about typography. Because while we all may have different interests and be running different online businesses, one thing we all do is type. A lot.
So, did you know that under no circumstances should you ever use two spaces after a period? It’s true. In online and offline writing. Farhad Manjoo explains why in this article at Slate.
And now here are this week’s links …
- How to Answer the Entrepreneurial Question: “Just Who the Hell Do You Think You Are?”
Marcia Hoeck contributed a rather inspiring post to Copyblogger this week that will have you answering the question posed in the title with confidence.
- The Convergence of Search, Social & Content Marketing
Chris Winfield from BlueGlass (a proud Synthesis customer!) discusses the continuing convergence of search, social, and content marketing, providing several tips for the kind of mindset it takes to be successful in the new web landscape.
- How to Improve Your Website Trust Factor
Chris Garrett offers up some quick tips on how you can make your website more trustworthy and help readers get more value from every page.
- WordPress Pluggable.php Being Compromised
From our friends at Sucuri, news of the latest malware attack on WordPress sites. Note that it is not a WordPress-specific vulnerability, but rather that WP sites are simply being targeted as the host.
- Merging Google+ Local and Google+ Business Pages
Tiffany Monhollon provides a nuts-and-bolts tutorial for how to strengthen your Google presence.
Have a great weekend everyone. If you have link suggestions you’d like me to consider for next week’s edition, email me:
jerod [at] copyblogger [dot] com