If you’re looking to become a freelance writer, using your blog can be a great tool to get started. I used my blog to begin my writing career and today I want to show you my straightforward strategies on how you can do the same.
Whether you’ve been blogging for a month or a year, you should always be prepared for your first (or 100th) brand collaboration, especially if you plan on making blogging your full-time job.
If you don’t have any experience in marketing or sales, promoting your blog content can be challenging. There is a super fine line between actually bringing value to your readers and annoying them.
If you have made it a priority to grow your following on Instagram I’m sure you’ve read many articles, watched many YouTube videos and maybe even taken an e-course or two on how to do this.
Today is it is both ridiculously easy and hard to kill it as a blogger. It’s easy because anyone anywhere at any time can start a blog with as little or as much money as possible.
The world of blogging is intimidating. There are bloggers that have invented what it means to blog as a full-time job, who have been active for 10+ years and who are still dominating their genres.
One of my most frequently asked questions is ‘how do I get brand collaborations as a beginner blogger’? My initial answer is patience, but that’s never good enough and I get it.
Like anything else you do as a blogger, branding your blog takes time and hard work. Your blog name has to match your personality, your personality has to match your colour scheme, your colour scheme has to match the way you edit photos and your photos have to match your content.