A fast website is a great way to please both your visitors and Google, but if you’re like the majority of bloggers, you’re frustrated or confused trying to analyze your site speed and figure out exactly what it is you need to change or improve.
This bumper guide tells you everything you need to know about assessing and improving your website speed yourself, without the technical language you see everywhere else. This guide has been written primarily for self-hosted WordPress websites, although if you use another type of CMS or host, there are still plenty of takeaways for you.
One of the most common questions asked by new bloggers is, "How long should my blog post be?"
It's a topic a lot of people have strong opinions on, but the truth is that there's no one size fits all answer. However, there are some tricks...
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As a blogger, chances are that you have a million things going on in your life. You have your blog and probably a 9-5 job, family, friends, a home, and all kinds of other commitments. And when we have so many priorities the task that often falls to the bottom of our to-do list is our own self-care.
But self-care is too important to ignore!
When you neglect to take care of yourself, it’s impossible to be at your best. Self-care is necessary for your mental, physical, and emotional well-being.
Let’s look at some ways that we as bloggers can take better care of ourselves.
To anyone not in the industry, running an online business seems like a piece of cake. No need to leave the comfort of your home, no bosses to report to, no co-worker politics.
While it is an ideal reality for a lot of people, running your own blog or other business isn’t without its difficulties, and good self-care and attention to mental health is just as important as it is in a traditional job.