Hey my loves, so sorry for the absence on here but I have been spending some time on fine tuning all of my offerings. As you should be aware of now, I run a female empowerment brand called Women Who Slay and I have recently launched a new Instagram page for bloggers and content creators called Blogging 101 where I share tips and advice to grow as an Influencer. As a result of this, I have been pulled here, there and everywhere. On top of that, I started a new role recently so I have been overloaded. Nonetheless, I really wanted to utilise the Blogging 101 section on SashaShantel.com and not only drive traffic to my fabulous home on the web but also share some epic photographs I shot with the talent photographer and graphic designer Katie Ryan Creations.
When it comes to setting up a small business, you will have a list of priorities; chances are blogging is fairly low on that list, but that shouldn’t be the case. Blogging has been around for a while, but it has lasted for a reason. Blogging is a free and fast way to build a loyal audience.
Conversion, troubleshooting and sharing; these three words are at the heart of online marketing. In order to be successful, you need to know how to convert visitors into customers, troubleshoot any problems that may occur and share your content in a way that encourages people to take action. In this blog post, I will explore each of these concepts in detail and provide you with tips that will help you improve your results.
I have been excited to write this blog post for a while but have been exhausted as I have recently taken on a second job. (More details will be revealed over time and in a separate blog) However, I bounced out of bed this Sunday morning and decided to get this post written as I am excited to share that my blog has been listed at No.51 for the top lifestyle blog in the UK. To say I a proud is an understatement. Where blogging is concerned, I have been writing blog posts since 2009 and have tried during this time to get my blog listed; however it has always failed to be selected.
Blogging serves many purposes. You may have a lot to say and want to share it. Or perhaps you like to lighten others’ lives with your sense of humor or educate them with your knowledge. Maybe your main aim is to make money with your blog.
You can get a blog up and running in no time at all. In fact, you could have one in operation within twenty minutes if you were so inclined. But there’s a difference between setting up a blog and creating a successful blog. And if you’re going to make an effort to register a domain name and create a website, then you may as well take the additional steps required to ensure that it’s successful.
With technology advancing rapidly, it is important to stay on top of the latest developments. This means knowing how to use all of these new tools to your business’s advantage for marketing purposes. There are many different ways you can do this. Here are 7 tips for using technology to market your business.
If your business is basing itself online, then you’re not going to get far if you’re short on the methods that other businesses are making full use of. You need ways to reach out to your customers, and without them, it’s going to be very difficult for them to find you. That’s why you should make sure you’re doing all that you can to draw some attention to your site.
No two generations are the same, ask each previous generation, and they will tell you that the younger groups coming up are vastly different from theirs and aren’t equipped to live in the world as they know.
Workspace organisation can be a tedious task, but it’s necessary for a successful and productive office. This blog post will discuss three tips to organise your workspace to make it easier for yourself.