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He says it’s important to recognize unhealthy habits and stay away from the mindset that an extra bag of chips here and there won’t hurt. Parents can then begin to take control of their children’s diet. Your posts are receiving many comments and feedbacks? That mean your readers are very interested in what you are talking about but you will make them disappointed if their comments are not answered on time. Please respect your readers by replying to them, not to all but to the key comments that seems to be controversial or contradictory to yours. They only buy from those whom they trust or already have connections with. It all boils down to one thing: trust and authority.

By sharing with good social media sites, you can increase page rank considerably. Plus, it will work for you over time to help bolster your site. Plus, be sure to be active on your social media sites by responding to questions so that potential customers will stay close to your efforts. A really great example is Ana Kinsella, a fashion blogger from Ireland. Her Ripped Knees blog is mixed with lots of fashion news, but the personal slant is when she posts pictures of her own outfits. Stylebubble is very similar and hugely popular. Add a personal touch to your own blog. Her blog allows Mayhew to combine her passions for cooking, photography, and writing along with, her love for great food, she said. Motivate yourself to continue and focus on the next step, not on the final result.

After the Belle-Gibson-fake-cancer-saga , Australians are more cautious than ever when it comes to who they take advice from on Instagram. Shannon Cremer from Urban Chic Guides advises: always be honest with your followers. If you aren’t totally satisfied with the current state of your blog — or your readership — then something needs to be done. You need to find a cure for your blogging woes and the prescription may be simpler than you anticipated. it’s like google doesn’t want to share what was searched to find your page for some reason. Subconsiously, you’ll notice that it looks good. But you’ll have to take a closer look to realize why.

I’m working with a lovely designer at the moment to get everything looking pretty and professional, but I’d love to know what you think once it’s all set-up! May I email you when I’ve gotten settled? I think it’d be really good to hear what an impartial person thinks, rather than my friends and family. Spend time researching media outlets that sometimes publish travel features. Especially those featuring bloggers. Pay attention to the authors of those articles.