Here at BlogOn we like nothing more than showcasing different bloggers and their wonderful blogs. This weeks blogger is Donna from What the Redhead Said. If you fancy being featured on Meet the blogger then please email firstname.lastname@example.org What the Redhead Said Name – Donna Wishart Blog – What the Redhead Said Blog Url: https://whattheredheadsaid.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WTredheadsaid/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/genuineplacebo […]
Here at BlogOn we like nothing more than showcasing different bloggers and their wonderful blogs. This weeks blogger is Laura from Dear Bear and Beany. If you fancy being featured on Meet the blogger then please email email@example.com Dear Bear and Beany Name – Laura Smallwood Blog – Dear Bear and Beany Blog Url: www.dearbearandbeany.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/dearbearandbeany […]
In my last blog post I talked about how understanding your niche can help you plan great content that your readers will love, and in this post I’m going to share some practical ways to keep track of your ideas, how to make your blog content stretch further and how to avoid writers block, the bane of bloggers everywhere!
One of the key ingredients to every successful blog is content. Without content, you don’t have a blog! But how do you keep creating great content, week after week, month after month, year after year? In this post we’ll explore how understanding your blog’s niche and goals can help you plan great blog content your readers will love.
The blogging industry has changed so much over the last five years. Remarkably, in the early days we just had thumbnail images in our posts! That seems like a million years ago now doesn’t it? The images we feature in our posts today absolutely have to make an impact. They must be big, sharp and most importantly paint a picture.
Now you have relaxed, put your feet up and unpacked your BlogOn goodie bags it’s a perfect opportunity to share some tips on making yourself seen to companies/brands.