Summer is nearly here and not only does it mean hotter temperatures and fresh lemonade, but it also means the kiddos being home from school. Depending on how you look at it, those two months can be heaven with your kids, or a huge, messy chaos of angry mom, bored kids. As a blogging mom you have to think about how to balance time with your kids and keep your blog running smoothly, whether you work from home or even have a full-time job outside of the home. So how can you keep your blog alive ... Continue Reading
Keep your blog active this summer with these tips and tricks.
Learn how and where to best maximize your social media efforts.
The best thing about the Internet, despite the fact that one person can Google anything in the world and become an instant expert, is that you can connect with anyone you want through social media. Social media is “web based technology and applications that turn communication into interactive dialogue” - the perfect place for bloggers and social butterflies to flourish. As a blogger, using social media is a great way to bring new readers to your website and spread the word about new blog ... Continue Reading
Tips and tricks to create great vlogging content.
Blogging and social media has expanded further than anyone could have imagined. We all know the power of the written word, but it may be time to start thinking about the power of the spoken and visual word. Many bloggers and social media enthusiasts have started to transition to vlogging, or creating videos, that they highlight on their blogs. Gone are the days of hiding behind the comfort of the glowing computer screen - and fast arriving are bloggers who have now given us a better view ... Continue Reading
Organize your digital life to create amazing content and get the most out of your digital experience.
When you started blogging, it was a great outlet to let loose and connect with amazing, new friends. You blogged about daily life and your favorite subjects as you watched your subscriber list grow. Soon after blogging, social media followed. You created your social media accounts on Twitter and Facebook, and your blog subscribers started to follow you there. You started building more connections, creating more opportunities, and having fun meeting new people. After that, you may have ... Continue Reading