Big bloggers make working with brands look fun and easy. They can have you thinking, “Well, I want a brand deal with Loreal. How do I get in on this?” It’s not as easy as it looks, but it’s not as scary as it sounds either. As a blogger, one of your big goals may be to work with brands.
It’s no secret that Pinterest can help increase your blog traffic like crazy. Bloggers have attributed their top two referrers for page views to Pinterest and SEO. We have taught you how to use keywords for SEO to increase blog traffic. Now, let’s apply what we’ve learned and use it to take our Pinterest strategy to the next level. You
Keyword usage can be tricky and possibly a little overwhelming for those who haven’t learned. Learning how keywords work, how keyword research is done, how keywords affect SEO, and what keyword tools and planners help with the process is a skill you can perfect over time and make a constant habit when writing blog posts. We’re going to show you
You want your readers to share your blog post across the Internet as much as they can! One reason you might want to hide a pinnable image (it could be one with text overlaid) is that you don’t want it to be seen in your blog post, but you’d like your audience to pin it on Pinterest! But how can
A media kit is essentially a resume, for bloggers! Which means we get to make it fun and include pictures, our own branding, and fun stats to brag about ourselves. Media kits are used when you’re trying to get brand collaborations. If you’re ready to start working with brands, or just want to take your media kit to the next
I love to geek out over email marketing. I swear I am in our email system almost daily checking on how our latest newsletter is doing, where people are clicking on our emails, and how our funnels are performing. One thing I am really obsessed with is our email open rate. If you’re new to email marketing, you may be