I am recapping my 2016 blogger year in review, discussing the opportunities and partnerships I was most excited about.
I am sharing tips on how to turn your blog into a podcast to help leverage you as the go-to person in your lane and earn a profit.
2015 taught me some good entrepreneurial lessons I will remember for a lifetime.
I will speaking at Blogging While Brown 2015 in Austin during a workshop that is all about helping you book TV and radio appearances. Get the deets here!
I was recently a guest on Think Positive Radio discussing pro-blogging. Check out the show and learn some tips on how you too can make a living blogging.
I get asked all the time when I will be holding another social media and blogging class, and I usually don’t have an answer. I guess it’s because I have been focused on so many other things, I forget that there are people out there who truly want to learn the ins and outs of blogging, and they want to learn it from me!
When blogging goes wrong, you may find someone else who steals your work without giving you proper credit, or jacks your style and/or uniqueness. Don’t bite someone else’s work!
If you are a professional and have your company paying for the ticket is usually the standard. But as a blogger or social media type who works for themselves, then paying for the conference and its expensive like hotel, travel, etc. can be daunting. Obtaining a sponsor can help defray your costs!
I am not big on New Year Resolutions, but I do have a few as they pertain to my blog and website. For the past 2 years, I have started the year off with a list of goals that I wanted to achieve with my blog. I have hit many of those goals and benchmarks, but still struggle with some.
This is my 1,000th blog post on TheCubicleChick.com. Who would’ve thought that I would make it to 1,000 posts? That is like a major feat in the world of blogging—to reach this milestone for me is incredible.
I am hardly a veteran when it comes to blogging since I have only been blogging for less than two years. I have learned a great deal since I began blogging, and have surrounded myself with others who share their wealth of knowledge.
Conferences are a good way to network, build morale, learn new and interesting techniques, and build your brand. Here are a few tips you can use to get the most our of your next social media/blogging conference: