Bloggers Guide: The Blog/Life Balance

The blog/life balance is something every blogger will be familiar with.  Whether your life is full of toddlers and potty training or spouses that are sick of talking to you from behind a laptop, there will have been a point where the two collide.  A blogger can spend so much time blogging they have nothing to blog about (and a grumpy spouse) or so much time dealing with life issues (good, bad or indifferent) that you neglect your blog. As someone who also struggles to maintain a healthy life/blog balance, here is a basic bloggers guide to trying to get (and […]

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A beginners guide to Klout: giving it back blogger style – how to give Klout to others

Here we are again my pretties.  I got a great response from the Kred guide, so thought I would get this one hot and online. Before I start, Klout and Kred are very similar.  Kred was the first, but it depends on who you ask as to which they hold in highest repute.  Currently I find Kred much more user friendly, as Klout have had a huge horrid overhaul that they say they’re not going to change despite all the terrible feedback.  Many people are finding that although they are still using social media at the same rate, and their […]

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A beginners guide to Kred: sharing the love blogger style

A beginners guide: Tip one: As most of the interaction is twitter based, I recommend signing up with your twitter account. You will then be given an easy to access Kred link that is personal to you such as  kred.com/YOURTWITTERNAME You can give this to other bloggers so they can find you.  If you know someone’s twitter name or interract with them on a regular basis, there is an easier way. This is an idea of what your ‘Kred story’ will look like.  This one is personal to me, which is why those with microscopic sight will be able to […]

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