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I can’t believe 2019 is here! 2018 was the ride, mostly a terrifying roller coaster, but I’ve learned a lot and I hope I was able to share some great content you enjoyed. I want to take a look back at my favorite blog posts I wrote in 2018. If you haven’t checked them out yet, I hope you do now! If you have read them all, which one was your favorite? Let me know in the comments below.
I’d also love to know what kind of content you’d like to see in 2019.
The Post: Three Ways To Improve Your SEO Right Now
Why i love it: This post offers three really simple solutions that you can do to improve the search engine optimization of your brand online.
The Post: 30 Day Social Media Plan
Why I love it: When you post a lot on social media like I do, it can sometimes be hard to come up with new ideas to freshen up your posts. This post gives you 30 easy ideas you can do to ramp up your social media, and hopefully inspire your own ideas for ramping up your posts.
The Post: Seven Ways to Fight Your Creative Slump
This was actually a guest post from Ashleigh York, the owner of Smokes and Sparks Creative. She gives some really great tips for boosting creativity when you feel in a rut.
The reason I love this post is simple, these tips actually work! I got a lot of great feedback on this post and that’s always a bonus.
The Post: Comparison is the Killer of Creativity
This was pretty much a stream of consciousness post I had in a moment of inspiration. I love the realness of it and I often go back and look at it to remind myself when I’m feeling down.
One of the most important things I really learned about and pondered this year was the concept of boundaries. It started out thinking about boundaries in terms of my personal life, but when I really began to deep dive down the rabbit hole, I realized that boundaries are extremely important in a freelance business. To be able to recognize your boundaries and enforce them is one of the greatest strengths you can have.
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If you are using a WordPress site and run an online store, chances are you're probably using WooCommerce. WooCommerce is an extremely robust plugin that has changed the E-Commerce game. The folks over at WebsiteBuilder.org have put together a gorgeous infographic detailing 69 things you should know about this mega-plugin. They cover everything from the history of the plugin to who is using it and how. Check out the full infographic by clicking the button below.
Thinking about blogging using a Wordpress site? Check out my article on how to write a Wordpress blog post that is search engine optimized here.