Top 8 Links: The Business of Sponsored Blog Posts

cash for sponsored blog postsThe blogging community is a very supportive one. Since I’ve found so much good information from other bloggers, whenever I find information that I find helpful, I try to share it too.

My blog posts Tax Tips For Bloggers and Tax Deductions & Food Bloggers seem to be helpful to many.

I just found some posts to help bloggers when it comes to pricing sponsored blog posts. For those of us who try to make money doing what we love, these posts offer some food for thought.

I’ve certainly gained some new insight. Whether you are a food, travel, fashion or any other type of blogger, these links may help you with sponsored blog posts too!

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{Blogging} The Money Equation for Sponsored Post (Wooden Spoons Kitchen)

Reader Q & A: How much should I charge for a blog post or sponsored post? (Secret Blogger’s Business)

Are You Being Conned? Fair Sponsored Blog Post Rates and Best Practice Guidelines (Successful Blogging)

How Much Bloggers Charge to Publish Sponsored Content (MarketingProfs)

Sponsored Post Rates: Are You Undercharging? (Babble)

How Much to Charge for Sponsored Content – is This a Question You’ve Ever Asked Yourself? (ProBlogger)

How To Set A Sponsored Post Rate (Bonjour, Blogger!)

How to price for sponsored post and recipe development (Kitchen Table Mastery)

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Top 8 Links: Halloween

 Jack O Lantern for Halloween

Halloween was one of my favorite holidays growing up. We lived in a large apartment complex with many buildings and would trick-or-treat in each building on every floor.

It was such a blast and we got so much candy! A friend’s mother would decorate their whole apartment, have scary music playing and she would dress up like a witch. So many years later and I still have such fond memories.

I’ll be picking up some candy today and hopefully we’ll get a few trick-or-treaters. We usually don’t get many, but I still love the day.

Happy Halloween to you and enjoy the links!

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The Fantasy and Folklore of All Hallows (The American Folklife Center)

Soul Cakes: Hallowed Offerings for Hungry Ghosts (NPR)

Halloween 2014: The horror films and scary TV to watch on Netflix (The Independent)

The Tell Tale Heart – 1953 narrated by James Mason (YouTube)

5 Workouts to Burn Off Halloween Candy (Boston.com)

10 Supposedly Haunted Objects Never, Ever to Bring Into Your Home (Especially Around Halloween)(Bustle)

Here Are the Top Five LA Neighborhoods For Trick-Or-Treating (Curbed LA)

Yes, I Bring My Poor Children Trick-or-Treating in Your Rich Neighborhood (Time)

Top 8 Links: That Will Make You Feel Good

feel good links

It’s hard to believe that my last Top 8 Links was back in June! This is one of my favorite types of posts to write, so this one is long overdue.

These links all made me feel good in different ways after I took a look. Hope you enjoy them too!

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Vanilla Bean and Thyme Madeleines (Anthology)

DIY Flameless Fire Pit (Free People/Building 25 Blog)

Homemade Circus Animal Cookies (Mrs. Penguin)

Cute Tourist Couple Captures a Heartwarming Look at Boston in One-Second Segments [Video] (BostInno)

Edible Chocolate LEGOs by Akihiro Mizuuchi (Colossal)

Boston’s 1st French Macaron Food Truck (Cameo Macaron)

Bring Back Home Economics: Three Food Writers on Teaching People to Cook (The PLATE/National Geographic)

Bukowski’s Letter of Gratitude to the Man Who Helped Him Quit His Soul-Sucking Job and Become a Full-Time Writer (Brain Pickings)