5 Top Weekly Blog posts, week 16, from #Introvert Inspirer

In moving toward a daily habit of Inbox zero, and continuing to unsubscribe to lists that no longer serve, blog post reading seems a better substitute.

For the more introverted, more blog posts with animated gifs, and angles on frustrations.

For bloggers and social media, the content choice is still overwhelming with images and SEO always being in big quantity.

It also occurs to me that Quora, quite often has interesting discussions with different perspectives with so many topics.

Here is this weeks blog posts roundup:

5 Top Weekly Blog posts, week 16, from #Introvert Inspirer

Introvert Blogposts

17 things you’ll only know if you are an introvert  

They say that the meek shall inherit the Earth, but that sounds pretty exhausting, and I doubt running the Earth would leave much room for alone time. So, thanks for the offer, but I’m afraid that we introverts are going to have to politely decline. exhausted-introvert

Here are the 17 things you know if you’re a bit of an introvert.



My note: Don’t you love those lists with animated gifs to highlight the main points? They are the perfect accompaniment for introvert humor.



10 Times Introverts Are Frustrated By An Extrovert’s Misunderstanding

As we age, mature, graduate and turn into real humans who work for a living, we realize we don’t just choose our friends and partners based on the same factors we did growing up.

Now that we’ve reached a certain level of maturity, we notice what type of personalities work with our romantic and professional relationships and friendships.

As a textbook introvert, I sometimes find it very difficult to connect with extroverts, and, if we are too similar, bond with introverts.

We need a certain balance to make deeper connections. Some of the common qualities I invoke, like needing alone time, awkwardness and general anxiety, can come off as negative or annoying to an extrovert.

In the same vein, some of the qualities extroverts invoke, like not knowing what silence is, enthusiasm in the morning and always confronting every issue head on, are even harder for me to grasp, let alone deal with on a daily basis.

The way each personality portrays itself is not always accurately communicated to the other, and there can be a level of misunderstanding at every turn.

From the point of view of an introvert, these are 10 things we want you to know:

My note: My husband still doesn’t understand why I relish the morning quiet time – without his news blasting on television.


Blogging and Social Media Blogposts

5 Ways To Optimize Your Blog For Social Sharingsocial-sharing

One of the two key components to a blog’s success is how many people get to see your content, and if you get numerous people to share your blog posts, more people will see your content. Social sharing is massively important because billions of people are on social media. In addition, whether the people who share your blog post have 100 followers or thousands of followers, they all have audiences.

Since all of these people have audiences, more people will be exposed to your content. Then, with more people seeing your content, it is possible for even more people to share your blog posts on their social networks. As a result, the cycle continues, and numerous people are sharing your blog posts.

In order to get there, you need the traffic, but you also need to prepare your blog for success. Implementing these five methods will make it easier for people to share your content so it reaches more people.

Read more now.

My note: Interesting that the author did NOT use one of the 5 suggestions they are offering. Hmmm.


Free And Easy Ways To Find New Content Ideas For Your Audience

Finding new content ideas for your audience is hard.

I mean, you probably have hundreds of ideas rolling around in the back of your head right now. But, it’s just finding where you left the darn key to that door, isn’t it?

Plus there are all the questions that hang over your head:

Is this a good idea?

How well will the post perform?

Is this even a post my audience want?

And it doesn’t matter if this is a for a blog post you’re creating yourself, or whether you’re just looking for something new to share on Twitter…it’s always in the back of your mind.

Well, today, you’re going to put those questions to bed.

You’ll see how to create a rock solid content creation (or sharing) system that will make finding and creating content easier and less stressful than ever.

My note: This is always of interest for me! I’m one with hundreds of ideas but indeed, they roll around! What I loved in this article is I JUST signed up previously for one of the tools mentioned, and another, is on my “check out later” list. Guess I’m good!


Author and writer blogposts

What are some things that full time writers know that most people don’t?

Find 21 different opinions of what full time writers know that you might not.


My note: Are you on Quora? There are some interesting questions that pop-up to create even more intriguing answers. This Q&A might interest you regardless of what you write – books, articles, even reports.







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  1. Five blog posts with 21 opinions, 17 things and five ways to optimize. My head’s spinning. Liked the last one about what full-time authors know.
    Ken Dowell recently posted…Coding Our Future: Technology and JobsMy Profile

  2. I like the 17 things you’ll only know if you are an introvert. Very funny but at same time real. Those people you can spend tons of time with that don’t drain you are priceless, I agree. Hold on to them. 🙂

  3. Thanks, Pat, for collating these posts and sharing the info with us. I’ve been blogging for 6+ years now and it’s a never-ending process. First I had to move my blog from Blogger to WordPress. then started a second site. then moved both to self-hosted platforms. Then added a 3rd site and then moved all 3 to a whole new site! Primarily to satisfy the new Google mobile-friendly rules. But also to make it easier for myself. Thx for keeping us motivated.
    Doreen Pendgracs recently posted…Celebrating Milk Chocolate DayMy Profile

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