1099 Top 10: Tips for Growing and Polishing Your Blog

We like to regularly share our favorite posts from the Work at Home Mom niche. Some articles may come from Moms, but all of them will be great. Enjoy! 

·         One of the best ways to get targeted traffic to your blog is to guest post on another blog.  Blogging with Amy shows how to create a guest post landing page to keep those visitors at your site longer and hopefully make them regulars!

·         The Work at Home Wife offers nine tips for polishing old blog content to make it work harder for you, bring in more traffic and hopefully more income.

·        Blogelina welcomes a guest poster who shares three tried and true ways to grow your blog.

·         If the cost of fresh produce is getting you down, use some of these tips from Keeper of the Home to buy discounted produce and preserve it for later.

·         Avoid these five phrases when you are negotiating, according to WiseBread, and become more successful in your bargaining.

·         The $5 Dinner Mom, posting over at S.C. Johnson, shares a recipe for Sandy Fruit Kebabs.  Her kids loved them; I bet mine would too!

·         Looking for more summer fun to have with the kids?  Mom Advice has a great recipe for homemade bubbles.  These could keep the kids entertained for hours!

·         Training for the Olympics as a single person can be all time consuming, so Dara Torres’ story, shared on Working Mother, of juggling caring for her 6 year old daughter while training for her 6th Olympics is an inspiring one.

·         There is no doubt that Facebook is important to your business and brand, but using the medium in the wrong way can actually cost you clients.  Mashable gives you 10 Facebook marketing techniques to avoid.

·         All You has an infographic that details all of the ways grocery stores “trick” you into spending more money.  I think I am grocery savvy, but I was surprised by some of the information here.

Thanks to everyone who was included in this edition's list!

*Photo by Ella's Dad via flickr.


  1. This is excellent advice. I have been blogging for quite a few years but now have taken it up a notch with my online business. These are excellent tips. I look forward to following your blog.

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