Blog It! The author’s guide to building a successful online brand

The complete manual of blogging strategies and best practices covering who, what, when, where, how, and why and designed to help any author build a thriving, successful, dynamic online presence without sacrificing writing time or losing their minds!

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3 Responses to Blog It! The author’s guide to building a successful online brand

  1. Well Read says:

    A great guide Having read numerous books on blogging over the past few years I have to say that this is by far the best. The author writes in a casual style that makes the technical information digestible to the non tech reader. She gives clear instruction and uses humour in her approach.I like the fact that she takes the time to explain different plug ins and how to use them, she doesn’t assume that the reader knows all this stuff and that makes such a refreshing change.I would recommend this…

  2. Shelley Wilson says:

    Brilliant! I started my own blog 3 months ago and felt like a fish out of water. Blog It! helped me to get myself in order and swim confidently with the big fish! I read the entire book, then started at the beginning and read it again, made notes and applied my new found knowledge to my blog. I’m still getting my head around SEO but my content is tighter, my posts are planned out and most importantly I’m having fun! Without Blog It! I don’t think I could have got this far. My blog has now been…

  3. D. Brown says:

    Well-written, with smart advice When you’ve been blogging for a while, it’s really easy to forget how overwhelming the combination of setting up a new blog, new social media accounts and so on can be. Well, here’s the good news: it does become second nature. Here’s the bad news: it takes some work and time.Molly Greene is a fantastic blogger. She has built up a loyal following by posting excellent content on a weekly basis. Sometimes the posts are from guest visitors to the blog, sometimes they are from Greene…