Learn from Great Bloggers. Get Inspired. Make an Impact.
United States
36 episodes
since Oct. 2, 2013


(For some reason, WordPress isn’t loading the file correctly. Click here to listen to this episode if the player isn’t working for you.) Smart. Inspiring. These are two words I’d use to describe Sarah MacKenzie. She took her blog to the next level by understanding her audience and matching up her talents and knowledge with their needs. In this episode we talk about how she did that as well as how and why she started her podcast. The next 30 minutes are packed with great content. Grab your headphones and join us! In This Episode You’ll Hear… How to transition your blog to the next level Encouragement to step out of your comfort zone Ideas on how to monetize on your blog Click the play button in the post or grab your favorite podcast app and join us for a chat! Tweet to Inspire: “Just start, or do the the thing that is going to commit you and you’ll figure the rest out. ” [email protected] on @HowTheyBlog –> Quick Links Rescue Time Accidental Creative podcast Connect with Sarah Blog: Amongst Lovely Things Social media: Twitter Facebook Pinterest Instagram How to Listen to This Podcast New to podcasts? Click here to discover how simple it is to listen and learn.       
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