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BritMums Live 2015: Advanced Google+ session

Google+ continues to be one of the most powerful tools in the blogger’s arsenal. It helps with your SEO, connects to your YouTube channel, markets your content and can even help you monetise (yes, really). At BritMums Live 2015, James Dearsley will be returning to present Advanced Google+, a session on how to go beyond […]

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All by Mama: A place where mums sell crafts

So many of us love to craft. Mum Gemma Whates not only loves it, she’s co-founded a marketplace where mums in particular can sell their wares. Find out more about the site and the mission behind it. Over to Gemma:   Are you the crafty type? I’ve always been creative (or so I like to […]

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From BritMums Live to fashionable Paris

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: […]

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Reviews Round-up: Should you post a negative review?

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 […]

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Earning money from your Pinterest pins

There’s been lots of coverage of Pinterest’s use of affiliate links on user’s pins, with reaction veering from outrage to shoulder shrugs. But regular users can also use affiliate links, to earn commission on products they recommend. Affiliate links work like this: You sign up for a service such as Amazon.com Associates or Skimlinks, which […]

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How to write a sponsored post

Writing a sponsored post means you’ve been offered something (usually a PayPal payment, but sometimes a voucher, product or experience) in exchange for writing a post with one or more anchor words or phrases included. These anchor words will have links to the brand’s website. The two main types of sponsored posts: Content without the […]

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Top tips for working with brands and PRs

As part of our series on improving your blog, this week we focus on monetizing your blog. What better place to get information on how to set up your blog to make it attractive to PR’s than from a successful PR? Here we interview Kerry Jean Lister, Social Campaign Director for Doco. BritMums: As a […]

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