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  1. These are wonderful tips Ashlee! I am very slow at writing and part of that is because I need to be intuned with my feelings and thoughts. When you got a kid running around and chattering away, writing for me takes a back seat. So instead I focus on things like learning and developing my skill sets. Photography is something I enjoy doing and started to also involve my son in the sense that I let him shoot photos as well on an older camera. So he can also learn along with me. Win-win! I hope you are having a great weekend so far! Btw, have you written an article regarding social media and how you can be successful if you are only on one channel? Is that even possible? If you have any thoughts or resources on this, I’d love to know!

    Maureen | http://www.littlemisscasual.com

    • Hi Maureen! Thank you so much! I kind of have talked about choosing the right social media platform for you. I definitely don’t think you need to be on every single platform. I think it is all about what kind of content you like to create, and where your audience lies.

    • It definitely takes time, and I used to get so annoyed. I was always so happy with the results afterward though!

  2. Amazing tips! Being a blogger means you are absolutely never done learning or updating! There is seriously always something else that can be done! Thank you for sharing this post!

  3. Love these tips — I like to go back and update my graphics to pin to pinterest. I’ve created so much content over the years but didn’t really have a pinterest strategy until more recently. Gotta update all the images so they are in line with my aesthetic now!

  4. Awesome tips! Updating my Pins and creating new ones is something I have added to my blogging strategy atlas twice a month. I make sure the images are optimal and if they aren’t bring traffic to my blog, I create new images with more specific keywords. I agree we should be always researching and learning as the blogging industry is always growing! As always, enjoyed reading your post!

    • That’s such a great practice! I have been monitoring pins that work as well! Thanks for reading Sandy!

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