I have been blogging for almost 2 years now and would put myself into the “Mommy Blogger” category. Only because I am a Mom and I am a blogger; however, I really do not love that terminology. My blog is my business, not my hobby or my past time. Either way, I am both a mom and a blogger and…
I speak Mom Blogger.
I have enough web and computer background knowledge to get myself by. I love learning new things so most of the time, I’d rather figure things out myself than get someone else to do it for me. That’s not always easy though when it comes to blogging.
When I say blogging, most might think that just involves sitting down at one’s computer and typing. Sure, that’s part of it. Then there’s the whole other technical side of things that you can easily get lost in if you haven’t a clue what you’re doing. The list of jargon that gets thrown at you is crazy. You start learning a whole new world when you become a blogger.
What I have found in the last two years is that there are
For example, I was working in a group with my fellow bloggers and had noticed that not all of them were on Google plus, some of them were on but had not set up a business page, and some were on but not posting to g+. In my own blogging journey, one of my latest discoveries was how beneficial g+ was in terms of SEO. I had also set up an began using an Author Page. Seeing that both could be useful to other bloggers, I wrote up a post on Setting Up Author Page, G+ Tips and More. If you haven’t gotten into using g+, I’d jump on that band wagon.
I try to just write blogger tips that I know that I need along my journey and that other bloggers might be able to use as well. Sometimes I think the tips I share might be basic but then again, we all had to start somewhere.
I speak Mom Blogger! Do you?