Many bloggers enjoy using either PicMonkey or Canva to edit their photos and create exceptional social media images for ease of sharing on sites like Pinterest, Instagram and Facebook. Some bloggers like to use both PicMonkey and Canva as each offer slightly different advantages and options.
This is a partnership post Establishing a website is only the first way to attracting traffic. It will take a…
SEO is so very important to bloggers like you and me. With an ever-increasing number of blogs to compete with, you need to do more to push your pages organically up those search engine rankings. Unlike way-back-when, as algorithms have enhanced, exceptional SEO must be apparent and traceable to Google’s bots, but discreet and secondary to the reader experience. Simple right?
As one of the original old school bloggers, I know that when you start out you just don’t realise how big the blogosphere is. In the last ten years alone, it’s grown enormously. Those of us who’ve stuck it out and survived, I reckon we deserve a big bag of kudos. We’ve experienced first-hand how our hobby has changed steadily, but rapidly, into an industry of its own.
For a moment, imagine that you are shopping at a local bookstore. You have a specific subject in mind and two books meet the criteria. However, one is a plain hardcover with no illustrations and a simple title. The other boasts highly detailed graphics, an appealing image and a similar length. Which book would you choose? This very same principle applies to selecting a domain name. In order to stand out from the masses, a significant amount of thought must go into the creation process. Let us break this concept down into easily digestible steps.
Freelancing can be great. You get to work wherever you want, on whatever you want and with whoever you want….