Are you wondering what the must have course for beginner bloggers would include?
It would pretty much include everything a new blogger needs to know. It would show you how to grow your visitors, how to create amazing content that gets clicked and shared, how to make sure you are blogging legally and much much more besides.
I’m here to share one such course with you. I’ve taken it myself so I can vouch for the difference it has made to my blog and online business.
It can even help you to make money from your blog. Yes that’s right, you can make money from a blog, even while you sleep. Why would you want to miss out on that opportunity?
Do you celebrate Halloween?
I know it’s a big thing in the USA and to a lesser extent we in the UK celebrate it too, but what is Halloween and where did it come from? I’ve been doing a bit of research to find out what it’s all about.
Halloween is one of the oldest celebrations in the world and is thought to have evolved from a pre-Christian festival called Samhain which was celebrated over 2,000 years ago. Samhain was celebrated by the Celts (people who lived in what is now the UK, Ireland and northern France) on 31st October each year. They believed that the dead returned to earth on this day.
This post is going to show you that sometimes, from chaos you can get clarity. Real clarity. Something that smacks you in the face and makes you sit up and take notice.
I think I always knew this, but recently things have happened to demonstrate just how impactful this can be.
I’m having a new kitchen fitted at the moment and I totally underestimated how much chaos it was going to bring to my home and my life.
I have been without a kitchen sink and dishwasher for over 2 weeks now which means I have had to resort to washing up in the bath. I know, what a hardship right. Yes I get it but kneeling on the hard tiled floor trying to wash my dishes in the tub is no fun I can tell you.
Oh, and as well as no sink, the fridge has had to be moved to the garden-room. We stuck the microwave on top of it so that, in essence, is my kitchen. A fridge with a microwave on top and a little table to the side of it with some cutlery on it.
Are you trying to find the cheapest hosting service for your blog? There are so many to choose from aren’t there? How do you know which one to go with?
I always say that recommendations are the best way to make up your mind. I like to ask people what they have used and what they feel is the best value for money.
As I’ve been running blogs now for a few years, and have also helped hundreds of new business owners and bloggers to get their hosting sorted, I’ve learnt a thing or two about what makes a good host and what doesn’t and I’m going to share that knowledge with you here.
Are you wondering how to avoid being added to email lists? It’s a nuisance isn’t it? We click on something online and the next thing we know is we are being bombarded with emails from someone we don’t know.
To be honest, most of us end up on email lists because we have requested something online – a freebie or a trial offer or a discount for something.
We wanted the freebie, or the trial but we didn’t want the endless emails that followed it. Why do we get these and how can we stop them?
Are your goals letting you down? You might think that is a strange thing to ask. After all, goals are meant to help you achieve things, so how could they be letting you down?
During my 4 years studying for my psychology degree I learnt a thing or two about goal setting, both in terms of how they work psychologically and how they help you achieve the things you set your heart on.
But goals that are not properly defined, lack emotion or imagination or that have no specific end date are most definitely going to let you down and here’s why…
Come and find out how Pinterest has sky-rocketed my blog visitors in just a couple of months.
Have you discovered the power of Pinterest yet? No? Well you need to start looking at it as a serious option for promoting your blog online and I’ll tell you why now…
Listen to my Podcasts where I share ideas, hints and tips on how to create and grow your blog.
Whether you are a complete beginner, or you’re looking to grow your blog into a business, these podcasts are full of helpful hints and tips to get you there much quicker.
Are you looking for simple blogging advice for new bloggers? Good, you’re in the right place because that’s exactly what I’m offering you.
As an older blogger I sometimes get a little confused or irritated by all the tech talk that goes on around blogging – and there really isn’t any need for most of it.
I will teach you how to start blogging, how to create great content and how to find and use the most useful tools and plugins to really get your blog off to a great start and I will use simple, everyday language that you can actually understand.
The reading time of this post is around 20 mins. Short on time? Listen to the podcast instead.
There are 5 metrics you must check on your blog. You need to do this for every blog post and here’s why…
If you are a new blogger, you may be writing different blog posts with different intentions to find out what works and what doesn’t. You may be blogging for fun or as a hobby or you may be trying to turn your blog into a business by selling your own products or services or through affiliate marketing.
Although you may have different reasons for running your blog, there are things that remain constant. Things that are important for bloggers to know.
Read time around 10 mins. Short on time? Listen to the podcast instead.