Posts tagged blogging tips
How to Set Up Your Site on Wordpress (And How Much It Will Cost You)
How to Decide Which Website Builder is Right for You

The website platform you choose is highly dependent on several factors like your needs, time and experience level.

If you’re not sure which platform you should use to design your website, I’ve created a quiz for you that will tell you which platform would be best suited for your personal or professional brand.

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How to Use Summary Blocks on Squarespace

If you’re designing your website (or your client’s website) on Squarespace, summary blocks are an essential addition to a highly responsive, easy-to-navigate site.

To learn how to use summary blocks on your Squarespace website, check out the tutorial in this post to see how to add these blocks to your site.

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10 Tips for Using Pinterest to Grow Your Brand

After months of research, experimenting and content creation, I finally put everything I did to skyrocket my site traffic into one place: this comprehensive course is a step-by-step guide to Pinterest marketing.

Today I’m sharing 10 tips from inside that digital course to help you learn how to use Pinterest to grow your online brand.

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My Favorite Communities for Creative Entrepreneurs

One of my biggest tips for you if you’re starting a blog or a business is to find support. I am a one woman show over here, but I wouldn’t be able to take on all of these responsibilities and challenges without a solid support group. I am lucky to have a family, a handful of friends, and a significant other who support my mission to pursue my passions. As much as they support me though (and as much as I appreciate it), not all of them understand exactly what it’s like to live the lifestyle of an entrepreneur and blogger.

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Pinterest Basics: Why You Should Set Up a Business Account + How to Do It

When I get asked by clients, friends or followers how to increase their blog traffic my number one recommendation is PINTEREST. Not your personal Pinterest account but a Pinterest BUSINESS account. Setting up a business account will not only allow you to create viral-worthy pins that link your audience back to your website, but it will allow you to monitor your Pinterest analytics. You’ll be able to see how your pins are performing and which ones are being saved and how many people are clicking on them to go to their original source.

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easy ways to take, edit + plan photos for your blog or business
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