Blogging advice for digiscrappers

Jennifer Wilson

I’m your guide here at Simple Scrapper. Our community helps people find what fills you up and fits your life in memory keeping.

February 13, 2010

This time last weekend I was surrounded by 500 women who share my love of blogging. This week’s tip comes from Liz Strauss, who participated in the panel on branding. She said: “know where you want to go, because that is irresistibly attractive”.

Here’s how to implement that when it comes to your own blog. Decide why you’re blogging and pick a few short and long term goals. Know deeply the core value you’re offering readers, so they come back again.

Join in the Simple Tip Saturday fun by sharing a blog post or tweet from the recent past.  You can even write something today with a tip of your own. All topics are fair game. Share and spread the love! (There is a Mister Linky embedded in this post.)

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2 Comments

  1. Kristin

    Fun way to share tips, Jennifer! Thanks … now I just have to remember to come back later & check out all the new links! 🙂

    Reply
  2. Stan

    We blog because is allows us to share our love of teaching Photoshop and digital scrapbooking – and all the friends like you we’ve met over the years!

    Stan at Scrappers Workshop

    Reply

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