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From Online Writing Pro this week – three posts that will help you make more money with your blog. Hack Your Blog: How to Keep Your Subscribers Coming Back
So, you know how we’ve been talking about setting your blog on fire, right? And how we’ve discussed the whole “how to create a profitable mailing list” thing? What about the whole “growing your social media and real life networks” stuff?
BlissFire Media is proud to announce a new partnership with holistic healer, Agatha Repice. She is licensed and certified in massage and bodywork therapy and board certified by AADP in Nutritional Consultation. Agatha has owned and operated Clean Clear Body since 2006.
Big news! Our brand new, just-released One-Pager Online Hub program is perfect for online writing professionals, especially those who have multiple interests or niches online.
I’m pleased to announce that my business, BlissFire Media, officially opened today. Here’s the official press release. BlissFire Media, LLC
St. Louis, MO–BlissFire Media, based in St. Louis, MO, officially opened for business Thursday. Continue Reading →
Are you looking for a way to save money and get the job done right? Then you might consider hiring a freelancer or a contractor. What’s in it for you? All kinds of good stuff–but mostly, dedicated, focused professionals who believe that your business is as important as their own–and they stake their reputations on each job they accept. Read more: 9 Reasons to Hire a Freelancer
Better yet, there are a large number of types of freelancers out there you can hire at a reasonable price (and without having to pay benefits or other typical employee costs). Continue Reading →
What an interesting week it has been. As I may have mentioned, after my contracts with Patch and Scrubs & Suits ended, I’m happy to be back on the freelance road. In addition to picking up some new clients, I’ve resumed my post as the St. Louis Family & Parenting Examiner and picked up a couple of new titles, including St. Louis Celebrity Headlines Examiner and National Crime Examiner. Continue Reading →
“If we don’t change, we don’t grow. If we don’t grow, we aren’t really living.” ~Gail Sheehy
Change is, once again, in the air. I said farewell to my friends at Scrubs & Suits late last year when my contract ended. And more recently, I said farewell to my friends at Patch when that one ended. Continue Reading →
Do you need a newsletter? A newsletter is different from a standard advertisement email or mailer in that it offers up-to-the-minute content which is of interest to your target demographic. But what do you need to include in a newsletter? What should you be thinking about? Offer Value, Make Your Customers More Loyal
While your company’s newsletter can (and should) promote your product or services, it should also contain related articles and resources that will keep your customers reading. Continue Reading →
Dear Potential Client,
Do you have a project you’re working on that’s just lacking that special something? Are you in need of some help with your company’s online image and social media presence? Need some copy edited or written? If you answered yes to any of these questions (or if you are in need of any of my freelance writing, editing and social media services), you’ve come to the right place. In case you don’t already have enough reasons to hire a freelance writer, editor and social media expert, I’ve put together a quick list to help you make your decision. Continue Reading →
So, as I move back into the freelance world from the payroll world, I’m remembering some of the good things about it. The variety of the work–the ability to focus on my own projects a little more often–the creative muscles I get to flex. All very exciting and satisfying stuff! So here’s what I’m up to this week. Patch–My role is once again changing over at Patch. Continue Reading →
I have been so busy that I haven’t done an official career update since June, so here’s what’s been happening. Scrubs & Suits
I am no longer working with Scrubs & Suits. While I thoroughly enjoyed the job and still enjoy writing about the healthcare industry, the site’s investor couldn’t continue spending the money since we were unable to find a dedicated sales person. I wish the client the best as he moves forward with the site on his own. Patch.com
For now, I am still working with Patch.com part-time. Continue Reading →