Happy Friday everyone! I’m back in NYC and I think it’s colder here than it was in Iceland. We’re in the middle of a snow storm, but nevertheless, it’s great to be home! I have so many photos and information I want to share with you and when I tried putting it all in one blog post, it was way too long. So today, we’re going to cover Vik.
Having a well laid-out Blogger contact form is very important. This is the tool that visitors, companies, and brands can use to contact you and it is simply a must-have feature for every blogger. If you are not comfortable with sharing your main email address directly on your blog, then a custom Blogger contact form offers an effective way in which people can easily reach you.
I started my blog about a month ago, deliberately told no one about it because I wanted time to figure things out, and recently have been feeling bogged down and confused. It is so helpful to realize that yes, there is a normal learning curve to this stuff and the normal people I talk things through with (i.e. family and friends) have no relevant experience… and that’s ok.
WP Engine is a superb prospect however you’re looking at $29p/m for their most basic package. This is way out of the reach of most of my readers. This article is aimed at people who are just taking their first baby steps into blogging, and aren’t yet at a level of knowledge or income to justify something that costs over $300 per year. In comparison iPage costs around $72 for 3 years and includes a free domain name in year one.
Whether it’s taking enough photos to last 3-4 posts or sitting down for a few hours to pump out 4 high quality blog posts, working in bulk is often the best way to work efficiently and to the best of your ability without letting blogging impact too heavily on your day to day life. If you’re blogging professionally, chances are you don’t mind when each of your worlds overlap, but if you’re just starting out it’s a great way to manage your time.