All Posts by Kristen Nicole

Opinionated Bloggers vs. Subjective Journalists

Even though blogging as a profession has been around for a few years now, there is still an ongoing debate over the etiquette a blogger should use when constructing an article. Should bloggers remain journalistic with their content, or be as opinionated as they feel necessary? Whichever method you subscribe to, I think it could […]

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Work with the TV On

For bloggers and other fields that allow for home office bases, self-discipline is a necessity. There are tons of books and articles that will give you tips and tricks for how to streamline your work day and become more efficient with your time. I’ve read a couple of them, and they can be helpful. But […]

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Negotiating Your Worth as a Blogger

What is your worth as a blogger? It’s a sometimes tricky question to answer, and for the self-introspective necessity of going through this process, it’s a tough call to make when we’re talking about ourselves. Yet bloggers need to have a good sense of what they are worth in order to be successful if they […]

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Use Your Online Friends. It’s a Good Thing.

As bloggers we spend a lot of time online. Our research is often done online. We publish our articles online. We advertise online and build our brand through online social networks. Social media, wither through the PC or our mobile devices, is accessed and utilized thanks to our online connections. So it’s not surprising that […]

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Blogging for Therapy and Skill Development

Do you ever wonder why you really blog? Perhaps it’s for money, or perhaps there’s just some subject for which you feel strongly. Sharing your thoughts in such a public manner once seemed like an odd thing to do online, but with an entire publishing industry shifting away from print media, blogs have taken on […]

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Moving Beyond Social Media to Market Your Blog

Blogging is still a relatively new term, having combined the aspect (and terminology) of the web with the action of logging your thoughts, actions or daily activities. As a trend, however, blogging is rather established. It’s no longer uncommon to learn that someone or some business entity has a blog. Marketing around blogs has driven […]

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Using Free Time to Update Twitter and Facebook

Maintaining your social media profiles ensures that the face you put forward is your best, and most up-to-date. When others come across your social media profiles, they will rather promptly determine whether or not you are worth their time. Encourage new readers and audience members by keeping a pristine social media presence. Lately I’ve been […]

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