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Are Any of These Behaviors Damaging Your Professional Brand?

Blogging

Guest post by Kim Dority – part 2 of a 2-part series on Professional Brands [Editor’s Note: The original article focused on your brand for traditional employment/career success. I have added notes for applying this information to your online/blogging career, designated with the “Editor” preface.] Read part 1 – Build Your Professional Brand for Career […]

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Continuing the Blogging for Money Conversation

Blogging

After my post last week, Why Do Bloggers Continue to Work for Free?, I came across a few more blog posts on the same, or similar, topic. It seems several bloggers were on the same wavelength within days of each other. Because these posts have sparked a lot of conversation amongst my friends and blogging […]

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Why Do Bloggers Continue to Work for Free?

Blogging

About five months ago, I shared with you how I was offered to work for food…literally. In exchange for seven blog posts for a brand (in one week), I was offered $200 worth of their food products. Promoting a brand for free – on that scale – was not something I could agree to do. […]

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Will Work for Food?

Blogging

There’s been a lot of buzz recently regarding moms who blog and whether or not we should get paid for hosting giveaways. If you’ve ever hosted a giveaway on your blog before, you know there’s a lot of work involved. And if you don’t know just how much, let me break it down for you. […]

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On the Road…Coast to Coast

Blogging

I’m in LA. And I arrived just two days after coming home from the Type-A Mom conference. I’m here visiting the Nestle headquarters and learning more about Nestle Family and the various brands they offer. Nestle invited a group of bloggers to come out for two days to be a part of their Happy, Healthy […]

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