Happy Wednesday, bloggers! If you’re here, it’s probably because you’re a) new to the blogging scene, or b) looking for some new strategies to increase your social media presence. Either way, you’ve come to the right place!
If you’re on this page, it’s either because you really love my blog (aw, shucks!) or you’re engaged (or soon to be)! If the latter is true, congrats! Me too! You might have noticed that once you get engaged, everybody starts asking about wedding plans. An easy way to keep all your friends and family in-the-loop about your pending party is to create a wedding website! And if you don’t know where to start—that’s where I come in.
I have been blogging for years now (not always on this specific site—but nonetheless), and I’ve learned a thing or two about what sells, and what totally doesn’t. And because I think we can all be successful in the blogging world, I’d love to share my findings with you!
Hey everybody! I promised a Q&A a few months ago for my birthday and I hadn’t gotten around to it yet, but I figured, no time better than Blogmas! If you’re interested in getting to know the girl behind the blog a little bit more, then read on! Continue reading “20 Questions: Get to Know Me!”
Throughout my experience as a pretty successful freelance writer and blogger, I’ve gotten a ton of questions from you guys asking what I do and how I got here, and since I’ve been doing it for a year now, I figured I have some credentials to finally answer them.
From editorials with no paragraph breaks to sentences with no verbs, there are a lot of writing mistakes that an editor can fix.
We’ll do all we can to help your writing. We can add punctuation, chapter breaks, and helping verbs; we can fix your grammar and correct your spelling—but there’s one feature of writing that we editors can’t (and won’t) fix for you.
Looking to amp up your follower count? Losing Facebook friends and not sure why? Maybe it’s time for a social media evaluation. Whether you use these online portals for business/self promo (like me) or just to connect with friends, these tips are going to help you gain followers, keep the ones you have, and just generally have a better online presence.
Going to college isn’t for everyone – but anyone will admit: it’s better than high school! From preparing students for career success, to making everyone feel welcome, life on campus is a whole new world full of endless opportunities. Here are just five great aspects of university life: