I love taking blog photos, but I currently live in pretty much the middle of nowhere. Unlike many popular bloggers who live in big cities, travel all around, and get the best city rooftop shots, I live in a town of approximately 15,000 people. We probably have way more trees than our population honestly.
When I moved back to a small city, I knew that I would have to try hard to scout photo shoot locations. I started just taking shots around my house, but when that got boring, I started venturing out into the surrounding city. Today on the blog I am going to chat about how to scout photo shoot locations as a blogger, even if you are in a small town.
If you have been following me for a while, you know I adore Pinterest. One of my favorite things to do is browse Pinterest and pin stuff to my boards. I have been using Pinterest since my college years, and it’s something I am passionate about. If you want to grow your blog, you NEED a Pinterest account. It’s simply non-negotiable. So, today on the blog, I am sharing ten rules you need to follow if you want Pinterest to work for your blog.
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With the onslaught of IGTV, bloggers and business owners are in an absolute tailspin. There are SO many social media options out there, and it seems like new ones are popping up every day. How can anyone stay up to date with new technology in these conditions? I know it’s tough out there!
Today I am giving bloggers and business owners some tips on how to stop being overwhelmed by social media options. This is geared toward all my followers who blog, but honestly, some of these same principles can be used for anyone who is using social media today (aka everyone!)
I have been blogging since 2011. I started my blog in my dorm room, and while a ton of those blogs have been deleted and are in the wind somewhere, I am so thankful that I started this blog. Creating a blog and putting yourself out there on the internet is hella difficult. I love that I created this blog, and to help other bloggers, I wanted to share a few things that readers can do to support their fave bloggers.
Creating a blog is most difficult when your readers aren’t engaging or interacting. It’s not always because they don’t want to interact, either, it’s because we don’t give them a reason to or let them know that we want them to. This is a helpful blog for bloggers as well! If you don’t have some of these systems set up for readers to engage, it’s going to be difficult for them to do so.
I am going to share 12 things that readers can do to support their favorite bloggers, and at the end of each tip, I am also going to share a task that bloggers can do to help their readers implement each suggestion!
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