Category blogging

Life, GDPR, book signings, and the #BloggersBash

Looking at that title, I’m going to start with the last item on it, as that was the most fun! On Saturday I finally got to go to the Bloggers Bash – a social meeting for those of us crazy enough to have taken to this blogging thing and stuck with it because we found […]

GDPR And Authors: What You Need To Know

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I’ve received quite a few inquiries regarding the new European Union privacy legislation known as GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). GDPR comes into effect on May 25, 2018. This regulation initially impacts European Union member countries and aims to protect people from companies selling personal data. To do this, it regulates the use…

THE POWER OF WRITING – FREE TELESUMMIT – SIGN UP NOW! #writing

Are you a new writer? Or dreaming about it and not yet taken the plunge? Or perhaps you are curious about different types of writing and writers? Well, how about this – starting April 30th, I am one of 15 authors sharing my experience at THE POWER OF WRITING TELESSUMIT. And best of all, it’s […]

Everything You Need To Know About Blogging

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WebsiteBuilder recently published an amazingly detailed infographic called The State of Blogging Industry & The Ultimate Beginners Guide on How to Create a Blog. They kindly allowed me to share with you, so here it is!

This and that, life and everything

You may have been so busy you haven’t noticed, but my blog has been pretty quiet for a while now. That isn’t because I’ve fallen out of love with blogging (I definitely haven’t), but a variety of things have kept me from having time to do more than keep up my customary Monday post. As I’ve […]

How to open a link in a new Window – and why you should #Blogging

We all want people to read our posts, don’t we? Why else would we devote so much time to blogging? So in amongst your material, you include helpful links to other articles. What you may not realise is that more often than not, once a reader clicks away from your page, they don’t come back. Particularly […]