It’s been too long since I published to my blog, and it’s made me feel like a bad blogger. I started getting into a bit of a rut – I just haven’t been feeling inspired to write, but that made me feel like a worse blogger, which in turn made me more uninspired. A vicious circle. This morning when I woke up, I thought – today is the day. I’m going to be a successful blogger today. And of course, the phrase successful blogger inspired a post. I’m back in the game.
Welcome to the first part of my first ever blogging series, my LA Travel Series. I’ve been very lucky in 2017 that my wonderful fiancé has taken me on a fantastic trip to Los Angeles. In this first part, I’m going to give you a run through of how to spend your time in Downtown LA. If you’re travelling to LA for pleasure, an event or for business, it’s highly likely you’re going to be spending some of your time in Downtown LA (DTLA). I highly suggest that you block out some time to shop, eat and enjoy this amazingly diverse part of the city.
Last month, I posted my first progress report. I was so happy to be able to report that I had knocked my goals for April out of the park. I’m less happy this month to say that I haven’t managed to do the same for May 2017. Here’s why!
A little while ago, I wrote about how buying Instagram followers is actually a really negative experience. I followed it up with a post describing all the ways I increased my Instagram following organically in the time around that. I held back a little bit, I must admit. There’s so much to say on this topic that I could actually write a whole book on it (read: I’m writing a whole book on it).
When I create a blog post, I always make more than one pinnable image for it! It gives my readers the chance to choose which pins might appeal most to them. As some people try to keep their Pinterest boards themed this gives me the opportunity to appeal to as many people as possible. Today I’m going to describe the simple steps I take to allow my readers to choose from multiple pinnable images, and how I hide pinnable images in blog posts.
Instagram pods, also known as like and comment pods, are group chats of people who engage with each others’ posts. Usually, when you post something new, you send it to the group chat and everyone in the chat will interact with your post. It’s a really good way to boost initial engagement on a new post.