Here you will find links to helpful sites if you want to know how to blog or improve your blog along with articles we have written about how and why we started and who or what helped us get to where we are today! Please be sure to ask a specific question if you do not find the help you need here.
How to Blog or Improve Your Blog
Great sites and articles to help you succeed!
Blog Ambitions – A wonderful site, this is the site I found and used to set up my blog the day I decided this is what I wanted to do. Written by blogger Kristie Hill her are concise and easy-to-follow, I did not get ‘lost’ like I did on other sites who assumed I knew more than I did. Since starting my blog Kristie’s weekly posts have been invaluable in terms of my success.
Mom Bloggers Club – A site composed of thousands of mom bloggers helping one another succeed.
Tailwind – A Pinterest Partner pinning platform Tailwind has been instrumental in keeping me on course with time-management. Read my Post How I Doubled My Pinterest Followers Using Tailwind.
Canva – From the start Canva assisted me in creating beautiful visual content for my blog and social media; their blog is advantageous too, linking me to countless FREE resources for content ideas, stock photography and graphic design tutorials.
The MoneyDummy Blog – is full of information to assist you in monetizing your blog.
Buffer – I use Buffer to post to my Twitter, Facebook, Google and LinkedIn accounts. They suggest content that is relevant and are easy to use, you do not have to take a class to use this platform! They host educational social media #BufferChats on Twitter each Wednesday at noon E.S.T.
Co-Schedule’s free Headline Analyzer is invaluable to me. At the moment I can not afford to use their premium tools but I will be forever grateful for this amazing resource. It frustrates the heck outta me trying to get to that A+ but when I do my blog post takes off. Headlines are important!
Brian Gladu’s post Content Marketing Toolbox: 35 of the Best Tools for Creating Stellar Content is where I found the Headline Analyzer. It took me a couple days to check out all 35 of his favorite tools, many quickly became mine.