This is a guest post by Berry, singer, wife, mom of four, living the blended family life. Berry is passionate about social media marketing, copywriting and content creation. She loves baking and creating recipes for her blog, when she’s not being distracted by shiny objects. Check out Berry’s Instagram
If your goal is to grow your Instagram organically, it’s not surprising that it can seem like a daunting task – because it is! There is so much you need to think of and so much you need to do to make this platform work for you.
From content creation (how do we even do that) to getting people to follow you (it’s free, why is no one following me) it’s understandable why some people want to buy followers. You don’t need to do that. It’s also not worth it. I have been studying and working on my Instagram for quite some time and picked up a few hacks along the way to help make growing your Instagram seem like less of a “mission impossible”. In this post, I’ll be sharing my top tips with you.
Spam is part and parcel of being a website owner, but fortunately there are lots of different ways to combat it. In this post, we look at the main types of spam you’re likely to encounter, and how to reduce them.
Some spam is inevitable; you’re never going to avoid all of it (if you are you’re also likely to be avoiding some genuine submissions too!), but this is about minimizing it and finding the right balance.
When it comes to blogging schedules, everyone has an opinion. Some people swear by not having a schedule at all, while others swear by working to a fixed schedule.
Both of those approaches are totally fine! The most important thing is that you’re doing what works for you and what makes you happy. This post looks at how to build a schedule that is easy for you to maintain and fills you with joy rather than dread.
If you’ve heard that landing pages are complicated or expensive to create, look no further! This blog post looks at a bunch of different ways you can create landing pages for free or very cheap – no premium funnel subscription needed.
If you’re looking forward to a bright, fresh new year, this is the post for you. A new start can make all the difference…but how do you set goals that will take you beyond early January motivation and through the rest of the year? This post will help you get – and stay! – on track.