Since I began blogging nearly 10 years ago, I’ve been actively looking for my people. Other bloggers who could share my successes, my failures, my struggles, and (most importantly) work with me to cross-promote our blog and social media content. Sharing content among bloggers is common and a great way help boost each other up and create amazing relationships. I am beyond grateful for the people that I have “met” online in these groups and love the connections we have made. However, while so many people in these groups are supportive and there for the opportunity to connect with other bloggers – there always seem to be the ones that just… aren’t. I thought it’d be funny to share my thoughts on the 10 people you’ll find in a Facebook blog promotion group:
So now, you’ve started your own blog and you’ve written a few solid posts. Yay! Congratulations! For most of you, that means that now you’re probably looking to earn some money. And that’s great! I love that I can do something I really enjoy from the comfort of my home and make some money to boot and I want to show you how you can do it, too. And it’s so, so EASY! So read on to learn how to make money blogging using ShareASale!
So now, you’ve started your own blog and you’ve written a few solid posts. Yay! Congratulations! For most of you, that means that now you’re probably looking to earn some money. And that’s great! I love that I can do…
So you followed the step-by-step directions in last week’s post and set up a WordPress blog in less than ten minutes and now you’re ready to start writing! What you decide to write about is entirely up to you. Feel free to brainstorm on that a bit and experiment with several different topics – then come on back for further instructions because I’m here to show you how to write your first blog post in WordPress!
One question I always get when I tell people that I’m a professional blogger is – “WHAT do you DO all day?” Apparently, this is not an unusual question – many of my fellow professional wedding bloggers get the same query (and strange looks or snorts of derision). So I thought, why not show y’all my average day as a wedding blogger – yoga pants, dirty dishes, hours of computer time, and all.