If you sell digital products, and you haven’t heard about #VATMOSS (or #VATMESS as some are calling it), then you are either so incredibly busy you haven’t had time to come up for air, or you’ve been holidaying somewhere in deepest, darkest Africa. If the answer is that you haven’t, it’s definitely time you caught up! […]
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This blogging thing has taken me to some weird and wonderful places over the last couple of years. The most unexpected, however, would be the back of a Hackney carriage in Central Paris. This is where I spent last Tuesday, a guest of the French men’s fashion retailer Celio*. I was there for two reasons: […]
The way brands and bloggers work together have long fuelled heated conversation. Ever since Advertising Standards Authority Guidelines were announced back in 2011, both sides have been trying their best to interpret and adhere to them. When we first wrote about this three years ago, it seemed to raise more questions than it answered. Now, […]
Do you wish you could spend more time developing your artistic side? Do you love buying vintage, but worry your house is starting to look a bit too much like an antique market? #ProjectNewYear is here to help. Over the next few months, we’re excited to partner with Etsy to share new projects and ideas, […]
(you do have one don’t you?) Claire Bullerwell has been looking into the best ways of making money from blogs and has written a very useful book, here she shares her top four points to consider Most of us are aware of at least a few ways to monetise our blogs such as Google Adsense, […]
It feels like an eternity since the amazing weekend that was at BritMums Live and to help keep the magic alive for a little longer I thought I’d write up an overview of the Blogging Foundations: Accounting session that I attended on the Saturday. I have to be honest, the part I was most looking […]
Earlier this month I appeared on a panel at Social Travel Market, the social media conference that’s part of the massive London World Travel Market. While there, I met some of the most innovative travel bloggers in the world — EverythingEverywhere.com, NomadicMatt.com, BudgetTraveller.org, LiveShareTravel, WildJunket.com and SoloTravelerBlog. They travel literally everywhere in the world. But […]
Antonia Chitty and Erica Douglas bloggers, writers and entrepreneurs have recently launched a book helping you to make money online, here they pass on some fabulous tips to get us all started, thank you ladies. The Internet has opened up a wealth of opportunities for people to earn extra income or start a business […]
My name is Luci and you might know me through my blog mother.wife.me I’ve just launched a new business, a website called Ma Puce. It’s a French language-learning hub for parents of young children that brings together the best information and resources for teaching a child French as a second language. My aim in setting up […]
Do you want to build your income from your blog? This can seem a real challenge, especially when faced with recent Google changes, but it is possible. Over the last few months we’ve earnt several thousand pounds every month from our blogs. There are several ways to earn money from your blog Link your blog […]
I’ve followed with interest the development and desire for some mum bloggers to make money from their blogging efforts. It is probably most of our dreams to be able to make a living just from blogging, especially for us mums who need or want the flexibility it could bring into our lives. I’d like to suggest you all think […]
Many of us have been reviewing products for quite some time now and I see on the forums at the moment that some people are worried about the future of sponsored posts and reviews. All this talk of follow and no-follow links is scaring some people but I won’t be going into that as I think […]
In the final part of our Accounting for Bloggers series, Georgi Rollings of Starfish Accounting explains how to deal with payment in kind instead of money in the bank… Sometimes you could receive payment in kind for writing a blog or in exchange for advertising. Payment in kind is where you receive something other than […]
In the fourth installment of the Blogging for Accounting series on BritMums, Georgi Rollings of Starfish Accounting explains what income you need to declare… These are some of the most likely types of income that you could receive from your blog: Selling advertising space – often over a period of several months; Google AdWords; Cash […]
Last week Georgi Rollings of Starfish Accounting offered tips on expenses and continuing the BritMums Accounting fro Bloggers series this week Georgi offers more tax advice on working from home… If you write your blog at home, which most of us do, you can also calculate a tax deduction for working from home. The easiest […]
Last week in the BritMums Accounting for Bloggers series, Georgi Rollings of Starfish Accounting introduced the series with Blogging: Trade or Hobby? and today she shares tips on expenses… So you’ve decided that your blog is a trade, and you’ve registered with HM Revenue & Customs as self-employed. You will have to pay tax on […]
With a new financial year descending upon us it’s a perfect time to brush up on what you need to think about this year with regards to any money your make through your blogging. Here Georgi Rollings (right), the founder of Starfish Accounting, starts off a five part series on Accounting for Bloggers… Some people […]
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