I’ve you’ve been following me on social media, you know I’ve been on a baking and cooking kick lately. I’m not quite ready to go food blogger status on y’all just yet. I thought I would start with an in-between of showing you some of my creations. I hope to do a round-up like this every month or so with lots of ideas and inspiration. I’ll be sharing tips and tricks for making these recipes as well as pictures of my final product. Today, I am sharing recipes for some cakes, cookies, brownies, and so much more. Let’s dig in!
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Affiliate marketing can be challenging to break into. When I first started my blog, I was a college blogger, and I had no idea you could make money promoting other people’s products. I wanted to start a series where I share affiliate marketing opportunities for various blogging niches. I wanted to start with my roots.
Want more affiliate marketing tips? Check out this podcast interview I recently did with Samantha on her podcast Offbeat Grad. We dish about affiliate marketing for about 50 minutes on the podcast episode. We talked about how I got started with affiliate marketing, my tips for success with affiliate marketing, and so much more.
Now, let’s get into these affiliate marketing programs for college bloggers:
Connecting with other bloggers is an excellent way to network, but eventually, you need to make actual connections. You can’t keep depending on other bloggers and hoping for the best. To make a dent in the blogging world, you need to create an actual audience filled with people outside the blogging community. Finding an audience can be challenging because you have to figure out where real people hang out. Today on The Happy Arkansan, I am sharing ten ways to reach an actual audience so you can grow your brand and create influence online.
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Disclosure: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #AWMemories
When I was a kid, I had so many fond memories of A&W® Root Beer. Both of my parents spent some time working at an A&W restaurant in my hometown. When I got the chance to work on a post with them, I knew I had to jump on it. It was so fun to take a walk down memory lane with my parents and celebrate A&W Root Beer’s 100th anniversary in the process.