You’re here to learn how to revamp blog posts, and I’m here to help! Some people measure blog success in pageviews, others measure it income, and still others measure it in how happy their blog makes them. For me, it’s a combination of all three. Generally speaking, pageviews translate to income, and an increase in income translates to more free time which makes me happy! 😉

How to Revamp Blog Posts to Increase Traffic and Income

The secret to success on all three levels,

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When it comes to blogging, I like to keep things simple. In this list of 10 Free Blogging Tools you won’t find anything super fancy that you won’t understand how to work. That’s now how I roll. Work smarter, not harder, with these free blogging tools (and tips)!

Top 10 Free Blogging Tools

Ideas and Organization

Toby

1. Toby
Toby is a tab organizational extension for google chrome.

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Do you know how to use Real Time Analytics?

Folks land on your site every day, either by searching for keywords or by being referred (like via social media). Many times, you don’t even really have posts about those keyword phrases they’re looking for – or you post isn’t titled anything like it should be, but somehow they still end up on your blog. Yay!

However, if they are looking for something and you don’t have it,

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What’s more important than traffic for a blog? Nothing, right? Wrong.

Everyone seems so traffic obsessed when it comes to blogging, but guess what? Traffic isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, and it’s only one piece of the puzzle. I’m going to talk about things that are more important than traffic for your blog. I’ve also included a FREE printable worksheet at the bottom of this post.

More Important Than Blog Traffic

Trust is more important than traffic.
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If you’re anything like me, you work from home so you can spend more time with your kids, right? But working from home can be tough because you have to juggle finding the time to work so you can pay the bills, while still spending time with the kids. You might be left wondering, “Are there enough hours in the day?”.

Ways to Find Time to Work at Home When You Have Kids

Ways to Find Time to Work at Home When You Have Kids

  1. Kids first,

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I link up recipes and DIYs. Other posts are possible to link up but finding parties for them will be difficult. The ones I’m sharing here are mostly for recipes and craft projects.

The best tip I can give you for linkies is to check the night before, because usually that is when they start. If you wait until the day OF, you might be #100 on the list.

My Favorite Link Parties

I link up here on the weekends:

Tabler,

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Marketing has always felt kind of, oh I don’t know, slimy to me. I love marketing, don’t get me wrong. It just seems that there are so many sleazy sales people in this space that sometimes it makes me second-guess what I’m doing.

I can market for other people all day long, but when it comes to marketing my own products and services (even though I know they’re ahhh-mazing),

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I’ve read many articles on balancing working from home with a family. Most of the time, the authors focus on how to keep track of kids while getting work done. While I’m going to chat about that a bit, I want to make sure you understand that working from home with a family is not just about kids and work. If you’re married, it’s also about nurturing and growing that relationship as well.

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Everyone has an opinion on what it takes to write the perfect blog post. ProBlogger is full of an unlimited amount of knowledge that will have you well on your way to crafting an amazing one, and if you haven’t started following Pat Flynn yet, you need to. However, sites like theirs are so amazing that they can sometimes be overwhelming. So, I’m here to break it down for you…

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How to Be Active on Social Media and Still Have Time to Blog

How to Be Active on Social Media and Still Have Time to Blog

Social media can be a blessing for bloggers – but it can also be a time-sucking curse! I am sure we can all agree that at least once, we have logged into Facebook or Pinterest and an hour (or five) later, we were still there! For some bloggers, that may happen every day.

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