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Blogging Tips and Advice for Female Entrepreneurs
Blogging Tips and Advice for Female Entrepreneurs


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Flipboard for Bloggers: How to set up your Flipboard account for use with your blog. Start getting more traffic through Flipboard!

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Bloggers, check out this good list of essential online writing tools to help you improve your writing skills.
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The definitive guide to creating a successful blog that people want to read. Follow these 5 phases to get started on the right path.

This is when you’ve just decided you want to start a blog. Maybe you have no idea what you want to write about. That’s okay! You can figure it out eventually.

Besides finding the perfect niche, you’re going to research what potential readers want and learn about what tools are available to write your blog and maintain your social media accounts.

In the learning phase, you’ll take the time to learn how to use your blogging tools. It’s best to try out several different tools and find which one will work best for your needs.

You’ll purchase your domain, dig into your chosen blogging platform, and learn about the basics of writing successful blog posts and using social media strategically.

Learning to blog is really a process that you’re going to be going through throughout your time as a blogger. Don’t feel bad about not being able to learn everything before you want to release your blog. Don’t even attempt it.

You’re probably going to choose one thing and change your mind about it later. It happens, and it’s okay. That’s a part of your own personal blogging story.

Here’s the fun part! You’ll finally start creating branding for your blog and start writing your first posts.

You’re also going to need to get your social media profiles set up and create some ethical bribes to increase your readership.

You may find yourself spending a lot of time in the Creation phase depending on how much time you have to work. The important thing to remember is that it’s better to just LAUNCH than to try to launch perfectly. Blogs are dynamic. It’s okay to change things after you’ve launched.

Some people may even skip the launch phase entirely and just start posting from the beginning. That’s okay, too.

The Launch phase gives you time to finish your posts and polish up your blog while you spend time promoting your coming soon landing page. Set a specific date for when you want your blog to go live and stick to it.

You should spend the time leading up to your release promoting your new blog. Get people to your landing page and get them to subscribe to your email list.

Tell people about your approaching launch date. Find other bloggers to partner with, get interviewed, or do some content marketing with your social media accounts.

You’ve got your blog launched and you’re ready to grow. From here on out, you’ll be posting and working to promote each one of those posts.

What you do next is up to you! Will you continue to blog as a hobby, or will you turn it into a business?

Whatever you do, you have a project that you created. A project that you should be proud of. It’s time to nurture it and watch it grow.

Learn exactly how to put these phases into use for free!

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