All professional and experienced bloggers know the undeniable power of Pinterest. This powerhouse social network and search engine boasts over 100+ million active users, allowing business owners to gain quality exposure and promote their content in a way other social networks simply can’t. You’re able to build your brand profile, rank higher on search engines, get more traffic, and ultimately, get more sales. Pinterest is your life line as an entrepreneur. Not receiving enough traffic?

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The thought of starting your own blog can be daunting. Many questions can run through your head such as “How am I supposed to make money?”, “What if people don’t read it?”, and “Won’t this be just a huge waste of time?” — And the frank answer to all of those questions really lies in your work ethic. You can make loads of money if you learn how to, you can gain a loyal audience by studying and improving your work,

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Are you a little down? We all struggle, from time to time, and some seasons of our lives can be particularly difficult. You know what I mean… Work frustration, money problems, family/social life issues and health troubles might all attack you at once and you just can’t seem to catch a break. Maybe you’re even on the verge of depression? Ever try to talk to someone about how you’re feeling only to be told that it’s all about attitude and you just need to put on your rose-colored glasses,

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Once upon a time, when I first started out in the blogging world (a few months ago), I used to write really ineffective blog post titles (along with crappy content), and constantly ponder why on earth my traffic was non-existent. Of course it takes loads of practiz and skillz to achieve SEO optimization supreme god(dess) deluxe, and in no ways am I in said status levels, but it’s something I’m constantly working,

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So, you’re ready to move out and rent your first apartment, both excited and terrified of what is happening and what may come. Well I’d first like to start off by saying, congratulations! This is a huge milestone. Moving out and renting your first apartment is the beginning of a new journey to adulthood, legally binding contracts, and bills. Bills for everything. Bills you took for granted before. Bills galore. And perhaps you’re not moving out of Aunt Mary’s and Uncle Joe’s home,

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