Bloggers love getting people on their site, but what they love more is keeping them there and better yet getting them to take action…. This post is going to share with you how to keep and convert more readers. Whether that’s signing up for their newsletter…. Sharing content….. Or buying a product….. Getting readers is…
I’m sure you’ll agree that both growing your email list and making money are important aspects of blogging as a business. But you maybe also thought you had to do one and then the other….. You had to grow your email list and then warm them up and then pitch them a product to sell…….
A plugin is a tool that makes your blogging life easier. It helps to open up blogging to anyone. You don’t need to know how to code. Chances are if there is something you want your site to be able to do, someone has created a plugin that will provide you with the ability to do what you want.
Affiliate marketing can be a great way to build scalable passive income. I’m going to share with you the ins and outs of the course as part of this Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing review. Because just throwing up affiliate links on your blog or social media, likely isn’t going to be very successful. There…
I won’t keep you waiting in suspense. My secret weapon is Grammarly.
As I work to grow my freelance writing business, writing well is essential. Everyone (hopefully) proofreads their work, but the best proofreading comes after taking a break from work.
However, if you’re lucky you have lots of work and sometimes you don’t always have that time to walk away from the work and then come back to proofread. Enter Grammarly.
Blogging alone is a lot of work and requires what seem like endless to-do lists. Throw in having any kind of life, let alone a 9-5 and it’s easy to forget something or to drop the ball. Keeping track of everything and switching between the notes or various checklists makes it hard to keep everything up to date and ensure you get it done, something is bound to be forgotten.
Squarespace is a great platform but it’s not for everybody. It’s an all in one platform, meaning you are limited in what tools you can use. WordPress may have a bit of a steeper learning curve but you can do a lot more with it. Which is why many people do end up moving from…
Running a blog requires juggling a lot of different balls. There are also tons of different tools out there you can use to help get things done, but then you’re juggling all those balls while bouncing back and forth between tools to get a single project done. Not anymore, CoSchedule acts as your command center….
Running your own business means it all falls on you. Finding the work, doing the work, making sure you get paid for the work, taxes, fees, equipment, everything. Sure you may outsource some things, but it still requires you ensure what is outsourced gets done. It’s a lot to keep track of and handle. These are all the tools I used to help me stay organized, get paid, and manage my business’ money.
Wordpress has been around for a really long time and because of that, it comes with a lot of benefits and functionality. For this reason, tons of websites are run on WordPress, including my personal finance site Less Debt More Wine. However, newbies like Squarespace are disrupting the blogging world by offering all in one solution that addresses many of Wordpress’ pain points.