• Embracing Community Part 3 & Meet Some Friends!

    Can you tell that I am loving this topic of community? The first two posts of this series just weren’t enough so I am back with more! If you missed my first post on how companies and others attempt to take advantage of bloggers, or how we can work together to expand and embrace the community, you may also want to check those out as well! I am loved sharing my ideas for expanding and embracing this lovely internet community, and I hope the tips have helped you! My blog would be nothing without all of my blog friends and readers, and I am so thankful for that! This will…

  • Why I DO Read Your Blog

    What is up with the constant posts about “Why I Don’t Read Your Blog” posts? Is this supposed to help others become better at blogging? Better at sharing THEIR own life with the community of bloggers? I get it, to an extent, some people just want to read the posts about how to get more followers, or learn how to quit your job and work as a full-time blogger. But why does that limit everyone else from sharing why they actually started blogging? Or make them feel like their posts meant to help others, aren’t good enough? Two years ago I started blogging as a way to recount adventures I…

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    Embracing Community Part 2

    I’m back with more tips on spreading community within the blogging world! Like I said last week, community is an amazing thing and it is growing by leaps and bounds year after year. I have 6 more ways you can help to grow the blogging community, and I can’t wait to see where this all goes in the next several months. As I mentioned last week, a blogging community is very important for you and the friendships you can make from blogging, but it is also incredibly important for your blog itself. You will meet new people this way, and in turn, your content will get in the hands of…

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    Community VS Taking Advantage

    The blogging community is full of such wonderful people and opportunities, but there are always the things that will attempt to bring you down. It could be missed opportunities, slower traffic, other bloggers, and anything in-between. The key is recognizing those problems, finding a solution and becoming the best you can be in the blogging community. The first step to that is to realize that you in-fact want to be involved in the community. That is one of my favorite things about blogging, there is a strong sense of community wherever you turn, but there are also some things out there to make you feel alone in a wide open…