I run an IM blog where I frequently review products, etc. But one thing I never did was have a specific recommendation PAGE with everything I felt people might need on it.
I had several people ask me if such a page existed on my site, but I stupidly replied, "No, what is it you need and I'll see if I can help?"
Finally I woke up and sat down and made the page. For some reason I kept thinking people would just use the search function on my blog to find what they needed. But then they might get a results page with 12 blog posts relevant to that keyword phrase they put in. (clickout!)
With a resources/recommendations page, they don't have to search. And what's cool is if you have people who become loyal to you and trust you, then whenever they are about to start something, or have a need, they might check your page first.
And it's not just IM. Let's say you run a cooking site on Cajun Cooking. Well you can STILL have a recommendation page for other cooking related stuff. You could have recommendations for formal dinner party guides, cookware, etc. Just because my "specialties" might be info product creation and PLR, that doesn't mean I can't tell people who *I* turn to whenever I want to learn how to build a membership site, for instance. And if they know who *I* trust, they might feel comfortable trusting that person, too.
Anyway, it's one of those common sense tasks that I always ignored things. I'm glad I finally got my butt in gear and made one. You should, too