One of the major advantages that WordPress has over Blogger or other site builders is the ability to add thousands of different plugins. Here are the ones that I use.
This week, I want to feature some helpful posts written by our group members. Every blogger has a bit of knowledge to share. Check out these posts that cover all sorts of topics. I’ve definitely picked up a thing or two while reading them.
I’ve put together a list of my top resources for fashion bloggers. Whether you’re a new or seasoned blogger, I think you’ll find these tools helpful. Plus, most of them are free.
For any blogger, the name of the game is keeping people on your site for as long as possible. The average time spent on site is a quality signal for Google. So, a longer average time will help your rankings. It’s also something you can brag about when pitching to brands.
This is a checklist of everything that you should have in a blog post to give it the highest chance of visibility on search engines and retain your readers.
You’re really excited that brands want to work with you, but have no idea what to charge. Sound like you? Keep reading for some guidelines on how much your services are worth.
Working with brands and specifically finding brands can be difficult for new bloggers. I’ve found that as my audience has grown, brands usually reach out to me and not the other way around. Here are some tips that I believe have contributed to many of my successful collaborations.
A media kit is basically a resumé for your blog. And similar to a resumé, a media kit is something that every blogger who wants to work with brands needs.
It’s so important to have a strong Instagram presence nowadays, as it’s one of the main factors that brands consider when working with you.