In our previous post, we discuss how to make out your business and brand stand out. For our final topic, we are pulling the “curtain” back on of being a full-time blogger. To give you more of a realistic view of blogging full-time we reached out to two bloggers and writers for their perspectives. Both share what they wished they knew before writing full-time and their advice for those looking to start. Before you take the big step check out this blog post and see what they had to say.
During this portion of the Blogger Life Series, we have covered the most topics of all. Previous topics include avoiding Blogger Burnout, Tips on Guest Blogging, Improving Your Blog, & Tips on Giving Back . Now we have arrived at one more topic before officially closing out the series. For the fifth topic, we are discussing how to stand out with your blog or brand. Whether you are just starting out or looking for a fresh start, I have a list of ways to stand out from the rest. Keep reading below for all the details.
So far, we have covered ways to protect your blog, maintain a blog on a budget, select the right social media platforms, share tips to becoming a blogger, and guest blogging tips. However, one topic we haven’t discussed is how to improve your blog as a whole. Let’s be honest even some of your most beloved blogs have benefitted for being getting an update. Not quite sure about how to get started? I have a few tips that I have found beneficial. Keep reading to find out and be sure to have a notebook handy.
We briefly touched on guest blogging tips to avoid blogger burnout post. However, with our second topic, we are discussing the dos and don’ts of guest blogging? If you would like to start guest blogging or want to accept guest submissions then you should check out this post. Keep reading as I share my advice from my experience both as a guest blogger contributor and accepting guest blogger submissions.
The Blogger Life Series is back in session with the fourth part of the series. We have covered a wide range of topics during the previous parts of the series. Our first topic for part four of the series is all about our tips for avoiding potential Blogger Burnout. Keeping reading to find out more.
We have reached the final topic in Part III of our Blogger Life Series. It’s all about how to get started as a blogger courtesy of my own experience. If you ever want to start a blog, become a full-time blogger or just want to know more a little more about my own journey then you should keep reading to learn more.
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Giveaways are widely popular. Honestly, who doesn’t like to win prizes? However, giveaways can also be beneficial for business. Having entered and conducted giveaways I have learned a few things from the whole experience. Here are a few tips & lessons before the next giveaway.
If you regularly follow My Own Sense of Fashion, we use the slogan “Let us do the writing for you” especially on promotional media for our blogging and writing services. If you have been toying with the idea of hiring a blogger then you are in the right place. Keep reading to find out why you should add a blogger to your team.
I am going be real networking is still very intimidating for me. You can’t always determine people’s reactions and etc. However, it is a necessary part of any business especially the blogging business. Don’t fret I am going to sharing a few techniques that I personally use.
We are back with the latest installment of our Blogger Life Series. In Part Two of the series, we covered topics such as collaborations. Our first topic this time around is all about sponsored posts. Follow along as I share some tips before your next opportunity. Let’s get started.
n our Blogger Life II Series, I have covered topics such as collaboration tips, building a blogging tribe, and selecting social media platforms. Now it is time for the final topic in the series: topic selections. Selecting the right topic is a major part of the writing process for any writer or blogger. If you need a little guidance before your next assignment here are a few tips.
Social Media is pretty much everywhere you look these days. It’s hard to keep track of all the latest platforms. We use it for many different reasons from reconnecting with loved ones, meeting new people, to promoting our businesses or jobs. While some still do not see the need or benefits of social media more and more businesses are incorporating it, especially in the blogging world. If you are still wondering which accounts will work best for your brand and blog I am here to guide you in the right direction. Here are some my tips to take your brand or blog to the next level.
Let’s be honest the blogging world can be a bit overwhelming whether you are a newbie or more seasoned blogger. In my own blogging experience, I have found it extremely helpful to have a blogging tribe. You know a group of fellow bloggers. you can turn to when you need help.
For more on this topic, I turned to members of my own blogging tribe to share why having one is beneficial. Here is what each of them had to say.
Your blog is picking up momentum. You have received your first collaboration email request from a brand or fellow blogger. One of your first feelings is excitement. Before you happily reply let’s take a step back. There are a few things you need to consider before agreeing. If you aren’t quite sure exactly how this post is made just for you. Here are tips that I have used in my own blogging experience. Let’s get started.
After the response to Humble Beginnings: A guide for new bloggers & Lock and Key: Protecting your work and brand online we are back with the third installment in our “The Blogger Life” series. This time around it’s all about maintaining your blog on a budget. Read below as I share helpful and budget friendly tips.
Last year, I shared advice for bloggers who are new to the blogging world from my fellow bloggers. This time around, I want to discuss protecting your brand. You have built your blog and brand, but is your work protected. If you haven’t thought about it allow me to give you some tips to help ensure you are safeguarded.
Do you remember your 1st year as a blogger? You had to figure out a lot of things. Things like narrowing down what type of blog you wanted to have when to post & finding your own voice. You can’t forget when you had more than your share of setbacks. For those who are new to the blogging world allow me to give you some guidance. I had the opportunity to talk with a few of my fellow bloggers about this topic. Follow along as they offer some helpful advice to new bloggers. I will share my own experience as well some of what I have learned. First up is Marian Rothschild.