If you have a blog, you should already know that content is king — what you write on your blog can make or break it. However, imagery is a vital component of success. Images are a great supporting tool that takes your content from bland to engaging.
Whether you’re monetizing your blog and want to turn it into a proper business or you have started to finally get some clout and want to make the best possible use out of it, the next evolution is to turn it into a real brand. These tips are just a starting point. Which tools you use and how you make use of them will determine your success.
Before you even launch your blog and hit publish on your first post, there are numerous mistakes you can make that will set you up for failure.
To celebrate my 10th anniversary of blogging, I sifted through all I’ve learned in the last decade to give you 10 pieces of advice for blogging in the long-term.
With so many blogs out there, turning your blogging hobby into a full-time job can be a challenge — to say nothing of how hard it is to stand out from the many others. To ensure you can successfully make the switch to a blogging career, here are six vital tips.
A successful blog is one that hooks in readers and keeps them coming back. But just how do you build a loyal readership?
Once upon a day in 2010, I thought about blogging. I was due to start my senior year of high school at the ripe age of 16 and had just seen “Julie and Julia.” I didn’t really think blogging about wanting to become a writer would get me a book deal, but I did think…… Continue reading How my “branded image” affected my blog
Note: This is a guest post contributed at my invitation by Dave Higgins. One of the biggest fears we face, especially when we first share our work, is that our audience (family, friends, readers, co-workers) will find fault with, or even ignore, our work. While this strikes writers of all types, both fiction and non-fiction,…… Continue reading The Truth Can Speak For Itself – Guest post by Dave Higgins