If you want to make money, you have to have a hosted site, they tell us, as they make money, […]
How to Deal with Categories and Tags when Things have Gone Agley
Photo by rosamaríabelmonte on Best Running / CC BY-NC-SA “Agley”: Scottish for “Awry” or off-track, wrong. In my previous post, […]
Free Blogging and Structure
Planning my blog posts. (ROFL). I have a love/hate relationship with planning. My first serious, change-the-world blog had a huge plan […]
The Horror of Trash Blogging
Many commercially minded bloggers fall into the hands of this predatory blogging community designed to teach them bad behaviors as a means of making money. This is even worse than the trash blogs themselves.
That Old Saw: Can I Make a Living Blogging?
Blogging as a passive income stream, as a full-scale business we can rely on, or as side-gig? We’re told there’s […]
Why You Need a Twitter Account for Your Blog
I have a personal Twitter account. Can’t I just use that for my brand? The short answer is sure, however […]
A Short History of the Strange Love Affair between Blogs and Twitter
I’m not saying every successful blog out there has a Twitter account, supporting their content. I am saying that community […]
Getting Started in Mangling Mailchimp
Here’s a walk-through for starting your first email campaign. Man, the map is so not the terrain.
Mangling Mail Chimp
I tapped four of my friends to be guinea pigs for my initial campaigns. That was a Good Thing.
That Stuff Don’t Work for Me: Advice for Female Founders Over Forty
The problem with self-help books is that what works for some people isn’t necessarily going to work for me or for […]