Content creation is supposed to be fun, so I wanted to share a few tips for other bloggers who may have to do self-portraits on their own from time to time. I promise it's not as hard as you think if you keep these 5 tips in mind.
I always get asked a lot of questions anytime someone learns that I'm a blogger, and unfortunately, thoughts toward the industry as a whole are cynical, if not negative, so I wanted to talk about a few of the misconceptions that are out there about being a blogger (and hopefully help debunk them).
Anybody can "monetize" their blog (seriously, Ad Sense is still a thing), but there are a few things that you should always be focusing on if you're trying to get to the point where brands reach out to work with you or respond to your pitches.
Every single blogger that I know that's been able to connect with other bloggers and eventually start working with businesses and brands subscribe to these 5 tips, even if they don't have huge followings.
Even though Instagram is the most popular place for bloggers to grow at the moment, it's not the only one. If you've been wanting to increase traffic to your blog without "faking it", make sure you're including time on Pinterest as part of your growth strategy.