One common cause of writer’s block in new bloggers is insecurity and fear caused by mismanaged expectations of what it really feels like to write. Sometimes things flow smoothly, but what if they don’t? What if they never have since you started this whole thing?
Overwhelm is real. But everything will be okay!
No two bloggers are exactly alike — each has favorite tools of the trade and unique ways of getting the same job done. We’re all the same, and we’re all so different! Here’s my unique list of favorite blogging tools.
Besides all the stuff we hear about how often to pin and what keywords to use and tribes and group boards and blah blah blah, you’re still not going to get very far if your pins are ugly, unattractive, boring or hard-to-read.
Fend off burnout and discouragement with these inspirational tools and strategies designed to help you refill your cup with fresh life and enthusiasm for your business.
A quick tutorial on how to get your posts to show up in the categories you have listed on your blog’s top menu or navigation bar.
If you haven’t experienced a setback yet, you will. It’s not about how to avoid it, but how to recover from it.
This is possibly the most random blogging FAQ ever created. Hopefully it’s helpful though! I am keeping it updated, and am always adding new Qs, so if you have a question that isn’t here leave it in the comments. Last updated: 5/23/18 Do I really need to be self-hosted? If you want to make money…
Hearing about “no-follow” links and “do-follow” links and totally confused? Maybe someone offered to pay you to put a link on your site, or an article with link(s) in it, and you heard somewhere that this whole “follow/don’t follow” business with links is something you need to worry about. So is it? Is it something…
I found a blogging course that was a good fit for me. How can you do the same and find the best course to fit your needs? Here are my tips and tricks for weeding through the spam and finding the right course for you.