Hobnobbing with bloggers is the best. Today word is so funny sounding I laughed for like a solid five minutes. I absolutely love it and will be trying to use it in the future. Today's Word: Hobnob 1archaic : to drink sociably 2: to associate familiarly More about the word. Don't forget to leave your six word reply [...]
I’ve gotten a few comments and DM’s asking me about this so I thought I’d reblog this post.
How To Make Money Online
This is a question I get almost constantly and so I thought I would write a post dedicated to this topic. I have written about this on an earlier post, however, if I remember correctly that post concentrated more on making money blogging rather than online in general because at the time I was taking some time off social media. I wanted to do a little updated version of the post because it’s been a while since that post and I thought I would rather talk about making money online rather than just blogging because some of my readers are not bloggers but do use social media and from the DM’s/emails I have gotten they would be interested in learning to make money from their social media pages too.
Here are some of my favourite tips and tricks on how to make money online, however…
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Instead of writing a whole post about something you guys would enjoy like blogging advice that could have hypothetically changed your life/blogging career, I decided to be a little more self absorbed than I already am and tell you a little story about something that happened to ME at the mall the other day. About [...]
Why Social Media Is An Important Part Of Growing/Marketing Your Blog
We all know that social media has it’s pros and cons. Sometimes the cons can outweigh the cons, however, when it comes to growing your blog or marketing your blog social media can really make a huge difference. It can help direct traffic to your blog and in particular it will help you get traffic from outside the WordPress community. If used correctly social media can be used as a tool to help grow your blog and it can also be a great way to meet potential sponsors because a lot of sponsors do look at social media pages/find influencers to work with through their social media. It will also help you build a place to interact more with other bloggers and people interested in your writing and as I always say if you want to grow your blog…
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I don't have a post for you today. I'm sorry but I just feel awful and don't have the strength. Hope you're doing better than me 😢 If you enjoyed this post don’t forget to like, follow, share and comment! Enjoyed this post? Then follow me on social media: Twitter Instagram Pinterest LinkedIn HubPages Email me on(guest posts welcome!): [...]
Although there is some amazing advice out there for bloggers here are some pieces of advice I’ve heard often that don’t really work- at least not for me.
Tags– A lot of sites tell you to be very specific with your tags like instead of “food” tag it “lasagna” or “sandwich” but in my opinion this is a really bad idea for multiple reasons. First of all there are a huge number of people who would be interested in food or larger topics in general compared to the number of people interested in a specific thing. By being specific you are losing a lot of traffic. Furthermore, more people are likely to search a general topic on search engines like food rather then a specific one and so again you would be losing traffic.
Niche- A lot of people advice that you stick to one or a minimum amount…
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Why Your Blog Has Stopped Growing It's totally normal for your blog to occasionally see a decrease in traffic and growth. It may last a couple of days, weeks or even months. Of course, it feels horrible to experience this and you may not even know why this is happening. Don't worry, you're not alone. [...]
If you are a newbie blogger, you have probably seen a few comments floating around about how great the community is. The amount of support you get is indeed phenomenal, granted you do your part to contribute. If you’re a team player, you will learn from your peers, and they will help you grow. But […]3 [...]