If you want to drive people to your blog, it’s worth spending the time investing in Pinterest. No other social media platform will continue to drive traffic to your site the same way that Pinterest can. I’ve shared with you the steps to optimize your Pinterest account and best practices for pinning, but today, I wanted to show you how you can quickly setup a custom pin it button on your site.
In high school, my family vacationed in Kawaii Island South Carolina, and I decided to read Prince of Tides. It was the first time I had read a book to the same place I traveled. Ever since, I have loved to read books set in places that I’m traveling, i.e. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil while visiting Savannah or Patti Smith’s Just Kids while visiting New York.
When I started my freelance career, I would immediately sit at my desk in the morning, and at the end of the day, I went straight from my desk to bed. Over the course of the time, it seemed as if I only ever did client-work. I felt stagnant – personally and professionally.
For almost all niches, incorporating Instagram on one’s website is a must-have. Most brands look at Instagram followers to assess one’s reach, especially for fashion and food bloggers. You could have hundreds of thousands of Instagram followers, but minimal pageviews and still receive excellent sponsored opportunities.