One thing that everyone strives for is improving their blog. You want to show quality content, promote your blog, and get more readers. For some, it’s a never-ending cycle. For today’s Top 10 Tuesday, we’re going to make some of those blogging aspects easier. Here’s 10 great posts on resources for blogging.

1. Dani Nir-McGrath reveals her Top 10 Favorite WordPress Plugins that Boost Your Blog Traffic. I think CommentLuv is great and she also mentions Thank Me Later, which I can’t wait to try out.

2. This next post is about Free Resources to Launch Your Blog. Thanks to Heather Stephens, you’re covered on hosting and themes. (A special thanks to @coachdiana11 for this post!)

3. Have you heard of Triberr? Anxious to try it out? My friend Stacy writes a great post on Triberr and how it can help your blog!

4. This post by Denise Wakeman guides you through the blogging platform that is best for you. WordPress and Blogger are the most popular platforms out there, but see what Denise has to say on that.

5. Have an iPhone? Sharlyn Lauby’s post on 16 Handy iPhone Apps for Better Blogging just might help. (Special thanks to @mashable for this one!)

6. When it comes to blogging, Darren Rowse is the go-to guy. Here’s his post on 15 blogger resources, and yes it’s full of information.

7. I loved this post from Melanie Kissell. Her topic was on how to monetize your blog, but the real meat and potatoes came from the comments section with readers revealing many great resources.

8. One important aspect of blogging is promotion. You want people to share your blog posts-don’t you? Michelle Shaeffer writes on letting others sharing your blog.

9. Feeding your readers is a great way to keep them coming back. Lisbeth Tanz explains why feeds are a great way to build your blog.

10. Do top bloggers count as a resource? You bet! This great post from Cindy King collects the advice from 10 great bloggers. (Special thanks to @SMExaminer)

Whew, lots of links full of great resources! Enjoy and let us know what your favorite resource was! (Special thanks to Margie Clayman for helping me think of this idea!)