I’m sharing some of the reasons why you should use Pinterest to market your blog content and (hopefully) enjoy an increase in traffic and revenue on your website.
It’s Black Friday again! I’m so excited to share my favorite resources that every blogger should check out! The deals this year are so GOOD. You’d be crazy not to take advantage of one, but all of them. They all come from reputable business owners who I know and have purchased products from in the past.
It’s no secret that Pinterest is taking the social media world by storm. Seriously. Everywhere you like, literally everything is pinnable. And with good reason, right? If you see something that is a good idea, or something that you want to read later, you pin it. That way, you don’t have to search for it again, and it’s conveniently saved for when you happen to have the time.
If you’ve ever spent some of your downtime scrolling through everything that Pinterest has in your smart feed, you can easily see that everyone who has any type of blog or online business uses Pinterest.
Setting boundaries while working from home is a popular topic among all of my friends lately. Especially since we’re all pretty much working from home due to the pandemic. However, this has been a problem for many work at home professionals for years.
Feeling burnt out can cause the most dedicated bloggers to throw their hands up in the air and want to quit because it creates a loss in motivation, focus, and desire to continue writing. This happens to so many bloggers (but only a few actually talk about it) and today I’m going to share some tips to help you avoid this very frustrating feeling.
When it comes to being productive as a blogger, it’s all about learning how to find a schedule that fits your personality. Each of us has a different style and rhythm to our day. You’ll find some of my best productivity tips for bloggers that will help you push forward to achieve all of your blogging goals this year.
Blogging is a great way to make friends, share interests, and interact on the Internet—and it’s free on WordPress, Blogger, LiveJournal, Tumblr and other similar sites. If you’ve never blogged before, it may seem a little intimidating, but here are ten basic tips to follow and you’ll do just fine.
I have been using online schedulers for years. Like many of you, I used the free version of whatever platform I could get my hands on just to make sure my clients can book consultations with me. However, once I started using Acuity Scheduling (a Squarespace company), I never looked back. Acuity Scheduling has made my life even easier because of the professional, convenient online scheduler that is highly customizable and on brand.