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People come to me all the time wanting to me to help them achieve their dream of starting a blog for their business or grow their social media following. They are so excited, serious and motivated when we first meet up. But some people fall by the wayside, even before we get started or just when things are starting to take off. Why is that?
It may seem like everyone is already on instagram and there is no room left for you. But that’s not true. I believe that instagram will follow in the footsteps of its owner Facebook and grow to over 1 billion users. Trust me, now is the time to get on Instagram and harness its power.
There are so many social media platforms out there – Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, YouTube, Instagram, Tumblr, LinkedIn, Periscope, Blab, Google+, Pinterest…. The list goes on and on. Social media overwhelm is a real thing and you don’t want to spend all of your time posting on all these social media accounts because it’s the popular thing to do.
Social media is everywhere and its power is undeniable. And while so many people like social media, they don’t really want to be bogged down with the day in and day out grind of posting and updating it for their business. So that begs the question, do I really need to consistently update my social media accounts to build my business or brand? Do I have to post every day or on a regular basis?
You finally made the decision to start an online business. You get your blog up and you’re ready to start making money. But wait a minute…. You slowly to realize that you’re forking over lots of cash for service to run that business. You’ll need over $1,000 for webinar service, about $250 for an email subscription service, and the list goes on and on. You begin to ask yourself, “Do I really have to spend money on all these services to run my online business?” Well, read on to find out the answer.
The wonderful thing about user-generated content is that it bolsters your products and services online for your benefit. It’s a bonus that this type of content is that it requires little to work on your part. And if we go back to the mantra of working smarter, not harder, this is definitely a great way to do that.
Blogging is an important part of your business. It helps build an audience, creates trust and loyalty with readers and generates customers. Many people know that they should blog. However, many people don’t know how to blog. More specifically, they struggle with how to write a blog post. So, for that reason, I’ve created a guide on how to create blog posts.
Hey! This is the second part of a two-part blog post series. So, if you didn’t catch “Why I Started Blogging – Part One”, check it out. But if you’ve already read it, let’s pick up where we left
So you’re interested in blogging, huh? Wanna learn how it can help you break into the career that you dream about? Maybe you want to find out how it can build your business? Or you want to become the next great food, style, fitness or DIY blogger? Well, I’m not a genie with a crystal ball so I can’t predict your future. But I can tell you what blogging has done for me.