blogging writing

How to Have a Happy Marriage with Your Blog

If you’re anything like me, how you feel about your blog on any given day can change as much as the weather. The whole reason that blogging tips, blogging conferences and blogging books exist is to help us figure out that dynamic. We want to always love it, be working […]

blog ruin

Four Ways to Ruin a Blog and Destroy Readership

Sometimes, the best way to learn is from other people’s mistakes. This is definitely true when it comes to running a successful blog. You can’t make money from a blog if you make rookie mistakes. Here are four mistakes that will definitely ruin your blog and destroy readership, before it’s […]

seo blogging

The Beginner’s Guide to Successful Blogging and SEO

Why blog? Well, do you want to make money or do you simply want a wider audience for your writing? It is important that you determine why you are writing your blog so you can market it successfully. Choose your blog’s theme Think about your audience. Ask yourself, ‘what am […]

facebook mistake

How To Kill Your Brand and Business With a Few Facebook Updates

You’d think in this day and age of social media, Community Managers of Facebook Pages for businesses would be trained and savvy. Because if they were, they wouldn’t call their customers “bitches” and tell someone who posted a complaint on their wall, that it’d “kill” them to have customers like […]

Blogger pitch

How to Pitch to a Blogger

Five weeks ago, I received an email in poetry form from a young entrepreneur and app developer, Ben. He certainly got my attention. Which got me thinking about the terrible PR pitches I’ve received and how I wish everyone could be like Ben. Consider this a PSA, PR agencies, marketeers […]

blogging sins

Seven Blogging Sins

Nearly 2 years ago, I started blogging. As with most of my obsessions, I went into it full force, spending countless hours writing, reading, commenting, social media-ing (I can see you nodding). The difference with blogging is, I haven’t stopped. I’m not sick of it yet. I haven’t lost interest. […]