Advertisements Being a geek, in general, can get expensive quickly, and being a blogger can get expensive quickly, so being both can get overwhelming. But it is totally possible to make great geeky content without having to always buy the latest and greatest geeky things.
Advertisements I find that creatives are notorious workaholics. We have a lot of ideas that we want to pursue and are constantly working, even when we are technically not. So we need self-care, and we need the reminder to do it because we will keep working otherwise. These are some self-care tips especially for us […]
Advertisements Sometimes you want to work on your blog but you can’t afford to work on big tasks, whether emotionally, mentally, or time. So here are some small tasks you can do that will help your blog in the long run.
Advertisements Sometimes creativity is an enigma. One second it is there and the next it is gone. When you invest your time into a creative activity, it is imperative to keep creativity and imagination alive. But how exactly can that be done?
Advertisements One of the most helpful pieces of blogging advice I never see is about blogging communities. We vaguely know they exist, but do we really know how to best leverage them? Well, I’m here to crack the code on communities.
Advertisements Of all skills bloggers need to master, time management is the most important. Without it, we’re all over the place, nothing is scheduled or planned, and we’re losing our minds. Okay, maybe not that bad, but you get the idea.
Advertisements A few weeks ago, I wrote on a few things that other’s say you shouldn’t include, that I believed were subjective. Now this week, I am telling you what you should absolutely include on your blog, to not only help you get more views but also protect you in the future.
Advertisements As creatives, we all hit a rut or fall into a state of repetition with our work sometimes. It can seem average and uninspired to us, especially when we work on something for so long. How can we, when stuck in these situations, rejuvenate our creativity.
Advertisements If you read my post about amateur blogging mistakes then you know I was guilty of most of the ones I mentioned. Most of this was discovered while doing a huge blog post update on A Geek Girl’s Guide. While this was a pretty large endeavor, I’m going to share the process of updating old […]
Advertisements I guarantee that readers will visit your about page as soon as they get to your site or finish reading whatever got them there in the first place. We want to know more about who we are reading; it helps with getting their trust. So having a well-crafted about page is super important.
Advertisements Being a creator means I usually find new ways to create and express myself or tell a story differently. I’ve been creating for such a long time that I definitely understand and respect the importance and enjoyment of diversifying your work. And with how the world works now with so much content being made […]
Advertisements I see this so often on Pinterest: “Things You Should Never Have On Your Blog” or “Biggest Blogging Turn Offs” or even “Why I’m Not Reading Your Blog”. And I click out of curiosity and end up rolling my eyes and getting a little annoyed. So many of the items they list are completely subjective […]
Advertisements When it comes to blogging, I live and die by my content calendar. It is the place where ideas become posts and the one thing I use the most when it comes to anything blogging related. Finding a content calendar that works took a lot of trial and error, but these are my secrets […]
Advertisements There are tons of different resources that can be used for blogging. From writing tools to photo editing to social media, there are so many options. So for today’s Guide to Blogging, I’m going to be sharing some of my favorite resources that help me blog.
Advertisements We were all amateurs at one point, and we’ve made a few mistakes to get to where we are and we’ll probably make some more along the way. But, there are a few mistakes I have seen often and have done myself before that are really easy to fix.
Advertisements Consistency is the number one goal I hear from bloggers all of the time. And being consistent can be very difficult, but I’m going to talk about what it really means to be consistent and how you can strive to be more so yourself.
Advertisements Not that long ago, there was a conversation around the geeky blog community about content theft because many of us were having our content pulled without our consent, including me. It’s not the first time I have had my content taken without my permission and it probably won’t be the last, but I do […]
Advertisements Twitter is a complicated platform for many of us, as both bloggers and just personal users. It is not as easy to drive traffic from than other platforms, but it still has a range of uses and possibilities that are unique to the platform.
And we’re back with more social media guides! This post will be tackling Pinterest in’s and out’s, advertising, and more.
Instagram is easily the most used platform for influencers. So how can you use it to help share your content and grow your audience? That is what this post is all about.