If you're blogging for a purpose, you're likely hoping to attract a high number of readers. But it doesn't stop there. You also want readers who will engage with your content – read, respond, and share. Getting responses (or comments) from your audience can help you in a number of ways. You can generate more backlinks, as people are more likely to link to a highly commented blog. Also, people are more likely to partner with you in joint ventures, seek you out for interviews, and even be ... Continue Reading
Learn the five keys to create a website that sells by keeping your customer on the page.
As a mompreneur, your business website is essentially your storefront, business card and most significant marketing material all rolled into one. How your website engages your visitors and customers is essential to your success. If you provide a memorable experience, customers are sure to return time and time again. If you're ready to turn your website into a profit-making tool, then here are five keys to creating a website that sells. Key #1 - Make your website interactive. As ... Continue Reading
How to get PR firms to pick your blog over all the thousands of other sites.
If you are trying to turn your blog into an income-generator, you are probably doing lots of product reviews and giveaways to get people to your site - in the hopes they'll like your content and stick around for a while. In general, real income from a blog actually comes from advertising space that you sell to PR firms or directly to companies – whether it be with image ads in your side bar or links within posts. The reason they pay for their ad to be on your blog/site is because you have a ... Continue Reading
Brand your blog, and build an engaged readership, with these tips.
You have a URL, you have a site, now how to make the most of it? Building a brand is easier than you think. Your blog is the perfect platform to engage readers and build an audience. Here are the best tips to brand your blog successfully: Find your Niche Your blog should have a core focus. It's okay to dabble in a few different directions, but make sure it revolves around your main topic. Write about what you love and what keeps you interested. Commit and make it personable. You don't have to ... Continue Reading