Blogging

Tips and advice on becoming a better blogger, through design, writing and techie skills

“Help! My blog’s been cloned…”

When we heard about a raft of blogger friends who had their blogs cloned, we were shocked — not just at the theft but also the problems it created for them. Here, Nell from Pigeon Pair and Me tells about her experience.   Until recently, I had no idea what a cloned blog was. I’d…

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Blogging your way to riches

A new book is out called Blogging Your Way To Riches by Emma Bradley and Lynn James, bloggers in the BritMums network. If your dream is to make blogging work as a full time income, you won’t want to miss their tips. Here, Emma Bradley tells their story… Do you dream of earning a full…

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Honest Mum’s Top 5 PR Tips

BritMums asked me to share some PR tips I’ve picked up in the 6 years I’ve been blogging over at Honest Mum so here are my top 5. I hope you find them useful. 1. Content is king, or queen as I like to say so write, rewrite, write some more, publishing as you go,…

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10 reasons why having a niche is important for your blog

To avoid the risk of blogging abstractly and without a purpose, the best thing you could do is to find yourself a niche. Niches aren’t just a nice thing to have, they’re imperative if you want to be more than just a ‘blogger’. They give you a direction, a raison d’être, an objective to work…

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How to make your blog more attractive to your ideal reader

Have you really considered how to modify your blog to suit your ideal reader? It’s very easy get stuck into your writing and forget who you are supposed to be writing for. Especially if you write for yourself as therapy or to get things off your chest.  However, it is important to rise to the surface now…

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Are you struggling working from home?

Many of us now work at home. Born out of the desire to have more family time and a flexible schedule. One which means we can collect the kids from school and work hours that suit our families. Working from home is a fabulous thing to do, no more long commutes or being stuck in traffic,…

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