Okay, so most of us get the Monday Blues. We drag ourselves out of bed to get dressed and get the day started. But does it really have to be that way?
Blogging has risen to astronomical popularity over the past decade, to such a degree that people now do it as a full-time career.
Pursuing freelance writing as a "side hustle" or in your "spare time" can be extremely rewarding, both financially and creatively. You might decide to generate revenue through your own blog, contribute posts to customer sites on a contract basis, or ghost write for a variety of web channels.
Have you ever taken a minute to consider why you blog?
Owning a blog allows you to share your passion, interests, and just anything that pops up in your mind. The best part, no doubt, in blogging is when other people appreciate your work – becoming loyal followers of your blog, engaging in your posts, and even sharing them on social media.
Blogging is a great tool for any business that wants to connect with their readers. Nevertheless, anyone who’s run a blog can tell you that the execution can be tricky. How do you keep producing relevant content on a weekly, or even daily basis?
Every blogger can relate to how difficult churning out good content can be. Sometimes, it feels like squeezing water from a stone; on top of that, you also have to edit it properly and make sure it resonates with readers.
Writing is an art, not a science. We remember that all too well when the time comes to sit down and write. It seems the writing process is full of challenges that never seem to go away. We’ve all wished at some point for a secret formula to help us overcome them! Well keep on reading and I’ll share strategies on how to overcome some of the biggest challenges in your writing process: procrastination and writing original content.
When it comes to creating their digital presence, many small businesses today feel that it’s enough to just have a website and a Facebook page. But What many small businesses fail to realize - especially in more specialized areas like Finance, Technology, and Healthcare - is that there's a tool they can use to help grow and strengthen their voice online.