I love blogs with a great resource page.
I also enjoy reading a fantastic blog post chock full of great links and information.
These pages are an excellent way to access a lot of valuable information all in one place.
Resource pages are also great for new bloggers that are not sure what plugins, autoresponders or other blogging tools would be best to use.
To be honest, I wish I had uncovered some of these pages earlier when I was setting up my blog. They would have saved me a lot of time and energy.
Here are 5 blogs I have found with great resource pages.
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Just to give you the heads up, some of these resource pages contain affiliate links, meaning if you go in and buy a product, the blogger may get a commission or affiliate payment.
I’m a huge fan of Sarah over at XO Sarah. I regularly refer to her terrific resource page for everything from plugin recommendations to information on html code.
Meera Kothand specializes in simplifying email and digital marketing and I have to say she is brilliant at it.
Meera really knows her stuff. Her emails and blog posts are informative and detailed and something you actually look forward to reading. On top of that, she is caring and helpful (she was kind enough to help me recently with a blogging problem I had).
Check out her great recourse page. Meera Kothand – Resources
If you are a blogger, I really encourage you to read through some of Meera’s amazing content as I am sure you will find it helpful.
I’ve only recently discovered Tiffany over at Beautiful Dawn and I am enjoying working my way through her terrific content.
As a fellow blogger I always find it interesting to find out what tech, plugins, templates and productivity tools other bloggers are using.
Smart Passive Income
I love everything about Pat’s website. He writes great content, the design is amazing and he’s a really down to earth guy despite his incredible success.
Thanks to Pinterest (make sure you head over and follow me) I discovered Wonderlass. Allison is colorful and vibrant, honest and writes inspiring and helpful content. Her blog also has one kick-ass resource page, so enjoy!
Melyssa Griffin – formerly The Nectar Collective
Bonus time! Okay, this one is cheating a little because it’s not technically a resource page but it’s an amazing resource so I wanted to share it with you.
This post shows you how and why to create a resource library on your blog. If you sign up via the post, you get access to Melyssa’s resource library which I have to say is totally awesome! If you are a blogger and haven’t heard of Melyssa, I’ll be surprised. Definitely worth signing up!
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