Use MailChimp to send new posts to subscribers with RSS-to-email templates, special newsletter announcements and much more, all with a 30-minute setup.
I see these two metrics (bounce rate and time on site) pop up on media kits and I want to scream: WITHOUT CONTEXT, THEY DO NOT MATTER! Here’s why.
Do you know for sure that your websites and blogs are safe? I got hacked and lost five sites in about five seconds. Here’s how to protect yourself, get fully backed up, and restore your blog if you ever find yourself in the same position.
These two questions will help you overcome overwhelm and finally figure out where to spend your time and blogging resources. Can you answer them honestly?
Having a brand kit — a basic template or list of things that make your blog/website/look stand out — makes graphics look more cohesive and saves time.
This on-demand, online video course takes you through: how to make money, how to sell without selling out, disclosure and invoicing best practices and more.
Google analytics. CoSchedule. Yoast SEO. Tailwind app. Canva.com. These five blogging tools have made me faster and more efficient WHILE helping me grow and measure my traffic. Which means more money. And more fun.
Look at your most recent Facebook shares. See the little author byline below the featured image? You control what that links to on your site.
What should you be doing to grow your blog or website? Not doing? I look into my crystal ball and see what’s in store for the future of online influence.
So many bloggers get frustrated because of a series of numbers. So I have a simple question: “Why do they matter?” Answer it and you may be surprised.