I had the perfect opportunity to chat with Miss Krista St. John about a company making many waves, TCake, LLC, which is made up an array of products that range from beauty products to hair products to even home and garden products, and more. Here is what she had to tell me…
Yes the lifestyle blogs internet business is a fabulous business. You can come up with an idea and market your idea to the world with very little cost. Your ideas strike like a bolt of lightning.
Right now, Chopteeth will travel to Annapolis, Baltimore and Philadelphia but nowhere else until we have a CD. We need CD sales to make money with a band this size.
Reward yourself. Have a cookie whenever you finish your daily writing. Worried about your weight? Then indulge in a bath at the end of a full week of writing, or play a game. Anything that gets you going. Have little “extra credit” goals – if you write more than 2,000 words in one day, do something extra special for yourself. You can even create a table of rewards, and a reward system. you’re much more likely to do something if you know you’re getting something out of it.
A blog post can be an article as well. It can become a video, it can even become an audio recording. It can become an email that you send to your email list. It can be uploaded onto twitter, facebook, pinterest and linked in. Create enough My vlog and you could have content for an eBook.
If a online blog is just a website, what makes it so special? Well it is actually a lot more. It includes what is called a content management system, which means that it is very easy for you to quickly add new content to your blog. There is no complicated coding involved, you just type up your content, hit a button and the job is done.
Problogger, or Darren Rowse, as is his real name converted to Gmail in April 2008 and in doing so managed to tame his out of control in box from 10,000 emails to zero. Rowse used techniques including the label, filter and archive functions in Gmail to achieve this amazing feat.
There are other online blog platforms beyond just this list. There are also paid blogging platforms where you have to pay to join. Some of these networks are a lot better when it comes to avoiding spam blog communities.