Whether you blog as your business or blog to drive traffic to your business or if you do not even have a blog yet, there is power in a guest post.
A guest post is simply content that you write for someone else’s blog. It will usually center around a topic that centers something you provide, either a product or service. Usually, the host of the guest post, will allow you short bio and a link back to your your site or shop. You can see how this can be valuable. There are many reasons why there is a power in a guest post (more…)
You are rocking in your biz and that’s great! But do you ever feel like you are stuck working in your business all too often? Do you spend hours at the computer instead of spending time with your family? You may have reached a point in your business that you could benefit from outsourcing certain tasks so you can focus on the things you love to do and focus on the people you serve. Get out form behind that laptop and spend time with your kids by outsourcing some of your business tasks. (more…)
Have you ever gone back to an older post only to share and just cringe at it? As you read through it, you realize that you can totally edit this to make it sound better. You see where you can break up the text to make it easier for your readers to read. You can update the images to make it look better.
We all had to start somewhere and with that comes some posts that are not as professional or well written or even planned out like you do now.
This is where a blog audit comes in handy. If you just devote some time to go back through your posts to audit them, you can revamp your blog and ultimately drive more traffic to it. With these simple tasks, you can have your old posts look as polished and new as your newest posts. (more…)
In this video, I am going to show you how to add an opt-in image to your MailerLite Webform. (<~~ affiliate link, because I love them!)
By now, you probably know just how useful opt-in freebies can be to grow your email list and that they provide value to your reader. Content upgrades give your reader something in exchange for their email address as a way to give them something and collect their email.
We know just how important growing an email list is, but where on earth do you start? Well there are webforms, opt-in boxes, pop ups, the list goes on. But if you use MailerLite, they are called webforms. You can create webforms to place at the end of blog posts, sidebar of your blog, a header across the top of your site, among other places.
Have you tried to place an image into your webform in your MalierLite account and just could not figure out how. Well, I have a treat of ryou today! I recorded this quick video to show how to use html code to grab from WordPress and place into your webform text editor in MailerLite. (more…)