I write every day. I also publish a blog every day – even if what I wrote that day wasn’t publishable.
I have no less than 5 unfinished novels in my Dropbox. They’re all fun stories, and if you ever want to hear what they’re about I’ll tell you. But you’ll likely never see them on Amazon. Why, then, do I bother to write?
I am appalled by the number of people who work with WordPress for a living but don’t use it outside of work.
Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to chat with some incredible people around the WP Watercooler. We were talking about strategies for writing/blogging more in 2014, and I wanted to further explain one strategy I particularly enjoy (and plan to implement this year).
Just like every Wednesday before this, today brings yet another list of rules for the marketing world. Although this week, we’re more on the topic of self-marketing (specifically self-branding). Here are 10 simple rules to follow to use blogging effectively in your business, career, and even job search. Set a schedule and keep it Don’t […]
This blog is just a few days shy of being 1 year old. I thought I’d celebrate the occasion by sharing some of the things I’ve learned through blogging over the past year. Here are ten things, in no particular order, you can do to build a stellar blog: Post something every day: I realize […]