So you want to start using the internet to help grow your business, support your personal brand or start a blog. You’re not a dummy. You know how to use Google. You don’t need me to tell you how to start a blog or set up WordPress.
But it’s what happens after that. The burnout that often comes when trying to manage an online presence when really all you want to do is, you know, the actual work.
What happens when you realize you’re tweeting into a black hole? How do you tackle Facebook without turning into every other Facebook page filled with links to Upworthy articles and using headlines like YOU’LL NEVER BELIEVE WHAT HAPPENED NEXT?
How do we use the internet for good? In a way that feels good?
I’m glad you asked. I’ve been writing about social media for a long time. And while now I only talk about it when people pay me to, I’ve compiled a collection of my best content about how to use the internet in a way that won’t feel shitty.
Blogs about Blogging
Whether you’re starting a blog for fun or with the intention of actually making a living as a blogger, here are some of my favorite rants, pieces of advice and tips to get you started.
In my tenure as a blogger, I’ve been blessed with having two pieces of content expand beyond my personal internet bubble. In the two below posts I show you the backend of what that actually looks like (the results were a little surprising).
===> The result: What Actually Happens When a Celebrity Retweets You