This is my final post of the year, and maybe the last one for a little while; reflecting on the past 12 months and everything I learned through this one-year journey towards becoming my own boss!
This is a little bit overdue. I was planning to publish this post on the first Saturday of the month, but suddenly I had so many things to do at once, and then it was my birthday weekend, followed by a long-awaited vacation to my favourite place in the country.
And while I had initially planned to work on the blog and finish other work-related tasks while on vacation, once I got there, I decided against it.
If you ever considered creating your own product review blog and weren’t sure where to start, how to approach brands, and how to actually find products to review, in this guest post, by Hannah Read, you will learn everything you need to know to start your own product review blog today.
There are so many different types of blog out there, with loads of niches and different ways to earn money from your writing skills. One type of blog that has really been growing in popularity of late is the product blog, where bloggers will review a variety of different products on their site and inform their readers which products they recommend (or not).
If you sell a book or any other product on Amazon, or if you are a reviewer, then you must be familiar with some important review rules and the mistakes that may cost you those reviews. In this post, you will learn 6 of the most common Amazon review mistakes, consequences for violating Amazon reviews, and some workarounds too.
I have recently published an ebook where I discussed the process of marketing and promoting your self-published book, and the things you need to do to make more sales and rank higher on charts. One of the things discussed there was how to get more reviews on your book.
And, as a continuation of that topic, I felt it is important to highlight some of the mistakes that authors and reviewers do which can result in Amazon deleting those hard-earned reviews.
If you’re a blogger who is also a fiction writer, you decided to join NaNoWriMo this year, and you often wait till the last minute to get things done, then yes this last minute post about preparing for NaNoWriMo one week before it starts is definitely for you.
November is coming and, for writers, you may say this is kind of “our season.” November is NaNoWriMo which is National Novel Writing Month. If you’re not familiar with it, this is a competition that is held online every year where all participant writers dedicate their time to writing every day, starting November 1st to reach the goal of 50, 000 words by November 30th.
And while it has the word “Novel” in it, because that was the idea when they started it I think, creating a novel in 30 days, but you don’t necessarily have to write a novel.
It could be a collection of short stories, a non-fiction book of any type, or anything else; the point of this competition is that you develop the habit of writing every day and, hopefully, also end up with a finished first draft of your project of choice by the end of the month.
If you are still trying to build an email list or if you find yourself often running out of ideas for emails to send your list, you will find 10 different email types in this post that will help you find more material for your emails.
Having an email list, whether you are a blogger, a business owner, or a content creator of any type, is crucial to you because it is the only sustainable way through which you can reach your audience and/or customers.
Before starting this blog, I did a little bit of research to see what were the most important points to pay attention to as a newbie blogger. And one of the most common pieces of advice that old-time bloggers had was that they wished they had started building their email lists earlier.
If you ever considered self-publishing your own book, this guide will walk you through all the steps it takes to get this done from the planning to the publication. How to edit, format, design, publish, and promote your book for free.
Publishing a book is something that has been on my list for a very, very long time. I have been reading about the best ways to do it and all the important tips and tricks and things to pay attention to, especially as a first-time publisher.
Beside the fact that I have longed to create and publish a book simply because of my love for writing in general, this can also be a very good way to earn passive income.
What is Domain Authority and what is Page Authority? And how can they affect your website? Learn all about them in this post and how you can enhance your rankings and increase your site’s authority.
When I started learning about SEO and how to improve my page’s ability to rank on search engine pages, I did read a little about domain authority; however, at the time when I was still clueless about everything, it was hard to take on another term and try to understand how it affects my site.
Now that I am more familiar with SEO, I decided to go back to that topic and learn some more.
If you’re trying to grow your email list or if you want to build one and don’t know where to start, these 6 tips should help you.
As a blogger or a writer or anyone whose work depends on reaching an audience, having an email list is an essential part of the job.
Not only is it important for sharing your work and driving traffic to your website or for making sales, if you offer products, but it also helps create a relationship and a connection between you and your audience.