Every website needs a Frequently Asked Questions page. An FAQ page will keep you from answering the same questions over and over and can be a great place to get new blog readers oriented.
Today I want to share answers to some of the questions I’m often asked and give you the opportunity to ask more. Next month I plan to use this post and any questions you leave in the comments to create an FAQ page for SeeJaneWrite.net.
The theme of this year’s Blogalicious Weekend, which I attended earlier this month, was “Content is Life.”
To be honest, even though I thought the theme was catchy I wasn’t quite sure what it meant. Yes, we all know that if you’re a blogger producing great content (and getting that content in front of the right people) is the key to success, but could this theme mean something deeper?
Don’t hate me, but I have an idea for yet another challenge for the women of See Jane Write.
This month I’m challenging you to #bloglikecrazy, to publish a new blog post every day for 30 days. But one month soon I’m going to challenge you to #pitchlikecrazy.
You can blame Roni Faida Clark of RoniTheTravelGuru.com. This weekend at the 8th annual Blogalicious conference Roni led a value-packed workshop called “How to Pitch Like a Pro” at which she gave 10 tips for pitching to brands.
As with most good things, it all started with tacos.
On March 24, 2011 I invited a group of women to meet me for dinner at a Mexican cantina in my hometown of Birmingham, Alabama. Most of these women I’d never met before; they didn’t know me or one another. But we all had one thing in common: We all loved to write.