Managing a team of writers is never easy. Even in the best situation, it’s tough to keep up with deadlines, proofread your writers’ work and make sure that none of your writers are getting too bogged down and burned out. This difficulty gets compounded when you have writers, graphic designers and editors spread out all over the globe, and it’s your job to find a way to make team collaboration a reality. [Read more…]
With the huge number of blogs all around the world these days, and more and more being created all the time, it’s important not just to run your blog like a business, but also to invest in marketing it in the same way too. After all, there’s no point learning all the ins and outs of your industry or creating a fantastic new product or service, only to have no one much know about it.
However, for many bloggers, the prospect of marketing can be daunting, and feel like something outside your comfort (and knowledge) zone. That’s where some of the best apps on the market can help you really make your blog soar this year.
Whether you want to hit a big target when it comes to the number of social media followers you have, or plan to win big with webinars over the coming months, there are many ways to market your blog so that as many people as possible can fall in love with it. Read on for some top apps that you should consider downloading today that can help you achieve your goals more quickly and easily. [Read more…]
Editor’s note: This post was written by Will Norquay, who is part of the team at Stayz. He likes to discover new places and eateries around the world and share his experiences and stories with other travellers.
Being a travel blogger isn’t easy – it’s not like you’ve got a comfortable office and an organized file to keep all the records from your trips. Fortunately, mobile devices can be just as practical in your daily travels. They’ll help you store the details of your trip, edit your photos or videos and easily share your content to your community. Here’s a selection of top apps for travel bloggers. [Read more…]
Google’s Inbox has officially been moved onto my smartphone home-screen, but there is just something off about the new mail app, which is billed as a supplement to Gmail. The first time I was asked what I thought of the new offering, my quick and passionate response was, “It sucks!” It didn’t actually suck, but I was resentful because I felt Google had let me down. Google let me down by being too big to be willing to fail.
I was an early invite to Google Inbox, getting it the first afternoon of launch thanks to contacts at Google. The app was downloaded onto my phone and awaiting my investigation when my fellows at the Fueled collective began to buzz their anticipation about the new app, as well as who had gotten an invite and who had not. I quickly read through the official Google blog’s introduction of Inbox, my excitement building for what I was beginning to believe would be a revolutionary move forward in email management. [Read more…]
I could be wrong, but the general perception is that bloggers are “techier” than the average person, yes? After all, bloggers work on a computer and are connected to the Internet more. There may be some truth to this idea, but I cannot count the number of bloggers I know who could use some tips when it comes to tech – tips that could contribute to becoming a better blogger.
Truth be told, these tips may be perceived as no brainers by some people, but I am willing to bet that there is a good number of bloggers that will find these tech tips useful. [Read more…]