Honestly, the biggest challenge I face as a blogger is coming up with blog post ideas. I’m usually pretty diligent about a monthly or weekly calendar – just a general idea of what I want to focus on in the near future.
Sometimes my brain just runs out of ideas and I’m stuck with this giant gap in my blog, even though I always try to have consistent content, either on my blog or on my Instagram account. What does this usually look like? It looks like at least 3 Instagram posts and 1-2 blog posts per week. Is that a lot? No. Does it help me stay on track without sucking all of my energy? Absolutely.
Everything you need to know to master Tailwind for Pinterest and blow up your blog traffic is right at your fingertips!
If you’re a blogger looking to grow your Pinterest and blog traffic, there’s no tool more revolutionary than Tailwind. If you haven’t heard of it, let me run it down for you. If you have heard of Tailwind, the ultimate Pinterest scheduler, then just skip ahead.
Whether you’re a new blogger or a seasoned pro, the way your blog looks is important. Here are 5 WordPress themes that are always perfect!
Whether you’re a seasoned blogger or a newbie just starting to dip their toes into the water, a WordPress theme that matches with your own personal taste and style is always key. I’ve found, in my time blogging, that the aesthetic of my blog needs to consistently inspire me. When I visit the homepage, does it set off creative sparks or does it have me craving a change? If I can visit an old post and be charmed by the smallest details in the sidebar or the simplicity of my logo, then I know the blog theme is one I’m happy with.
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One of the most fulfilling things I’ve done with my social media presence over the years is find my own personal aesthetic. Instagram is one of my favourite platforms to share photos from my life, styled shots (there’s probably always coffee), and delicious food photographs.
Who else is an absolute Instagram fiend? Raise your hand! Now, who here has always wished that they could post to Instagram from their computer?
The tale is as old as time – you have this beautiful shot you took on your Canon camera while on vacation. When you got home, you uploaded it to your computer, made a few edits, and knew it was ready for your Instagram followers to see. But then, when you save the photo, e-mail it to your phone, and finally get it uploaded to Instagram, you notice some of the quality is gone. It really isn’t the same photo you’d seen on your computer.