In this podcast interview, Brittany Jepsen of The House That Lars Built traces her journey from creating giant paper flowers for her wedding to launching a creative brand, blog, and business.
Creating a quality piece of digital content takes time and effort. In this article by Melissa Megginson at Tailwind, you’ll learn to to best reuse that content on various social platforms for maximum impact.
Have you considered monetizing your blog? In this quick start guide, you’ll learn about all of the different options for making money as a blogger.
Once you have completed our 30-point checklist, you’ll not only have looked into your blog’s overall performance, you’ll have discovered some easy tweaks that will get you more attention from your audience.
What are you an expert in? Do you write a blog about your area of expertise? If you know enough about anything to write blog posts, chances are you have a fantastic start for an online course.
SNAP, the conference for creative bloggers and influencers, has new owners and they’re ready to guide the popular event into its next chapter.
Snap Conference is an annual event held in Salt Lake City, Utah, targeting creative bloggers/content creators: “We’re joined by the best bloggers representing modern handmade, contemporary craft, mind-blowing home-based events, and DIY, along with dozens of creative entrepreneurs.” Attendees were presented with opportunities to learn skills, connect with potential business sponsors, and network with peers. CIA member Stephanie Woodson was there and brings us this report.
Don’t believe the hype. Blogging isn’t dead. In fact, it’s more alive and relevant now than it’s ever been.
If you have a multi-contributor craft blog how can you be sure that the posts and images contributors are submitting are original? Fiona Pullen of The Sewing Directory speaks from first hand experience with these expert tips.
As a blogger, publishing a gift guide helps your readers get their holiday shopping done and feel good about what they’re buying.