Tags » Guest Posting

Guest Post: David Burnsworth

A Bridge Can Change the Face of a City

Fifteen years ago this October, I moved to Charleston, S.C. to begin work for the Robert Bosch Corporation located in North Charleston. 649 more words

Writing

Blog Growth Hack: A Cheat Sheet for Getting More Followers

You know what to do, right?  You’ve heard it many times before.

If you want to get more eyes on your blog, you should guest post. 843 more words

Advice

Elle Knowles reblogged this on Finding Myself Through Writing and commented:

Janice is right once again. Re-blogging great articles can cause your blog to grow - and that's a good thing! I've picked Wednesday to be my regular re-blog day, but also re-blog when I come across a good article as this one. I usually go into my post after I re-blog and add tags because when you re-blog no tags are attached to your posts. I also add links to the re-blogged site, and sometimes the authors about page. It's these little tricks that get you noticed. Once again, an excellent post Janice. Thank you! ~Elle

Blog Growth Hack: A Cheat Sheet for Getting More Followers

You know what to do, right?  You’ve heard it many times before.

If you want to get more eyes on your blog, you should guest post. 843 more words

Advice

Guest Post: Mary Stevenson

Have you heard that saying “don’t die with your music in you”? Well, the same thing can apply to the “book inside” you, which many of us have been carrying around, sometimes for many years. 413 more words

Writing

Guest Post and Giveaway: Amber Foxx

Never Run out of Serial!

In many ways, I’m an adventurous reader. Nonfiction, literary fiction, horror, a little Eastern philosophy now and then … but I’m also a mystery series addict. 619 more words

Writing

Guest Post: Michele Drier

Why I Write What I Know

In the scheme of things, when I watch Neil Degrasse Tyson talk about the universe, I realize that I don’t know anything. 664 more words

Writing

#GuestAuthorTuesday with #NonFictionAuthor @susancaseybooks

Guest Posting by Author Susan Casey

Being a non-fiction writer has opened up the world to me. It’s fun! It gives me the license to explore lives and cultures in a way not usually experienced by others.   1,019 more words

GuestAuthorTuesday