Technical Tips for Bloggers
As bloggers, it can be tricky to know how to use ads on your site, what ads you should use, and what types of content will bring you the most ad revenue. So let’s explore how to increase your income with online ads.
Ad revenue is beneficial for bloggers because it’s passive income. I am a huge believer in finding ways to grow your income without increasing your workload.
YouTube has a huge presence online today, and it’s not just for watching videos anymore. YouTube is actually the second largest search engine in the world, right behind Google. So don’t avoid YouTube. Learn how to use YouTube to market your business successfully!
With 3 billion searches per month, if you aren’t taking advantage of YouTube, you might want to consider learning how you can use it to grow your business.
As a blogger, I’m sure it isn’t news to you that you need an email list. This post is all about taking your email marketing to the next level with these advanced email marketing strategies.
It’s true that social media algorithm changes can hurt you and your business, but beyond that, your email list is something that you own.
If you are a blogger, you already know how important your About Page is. Your About Page tells the story of your own personal journey, including struggles and successes.
Welcome to episode 52 of The Blogger Genius Podcast. Today I’m interviewing Andrew Wilder from the site NerdPress, previously known as The Blog Tutor.
In this episode we discuss the simple technical mistakes bloggers make and how they can easily fix them. We talk about how Andrew started as a food blogger, then when other food bloggers kept asking him technical questions, he found his new career.
The tables are turned in this episode. Paula Rollo, community manager of MiloTree and founder of Beauty Through Imperfection, is interviewing me!
I this episode we talk about my background as a blogger and entrepreneur, how I stepped away from a career in Hollywood when my daughter was born, what it’s like working with my husband, and why I try to embrace failure as much as possible!