• Viraltag Review: Spoiler… I Love It

    I recently decided to give Viraltag a go after reading a post from Victoria of She’s Candid. I’ve been meaning to set up a service to schedule Pinterest for a while now but kept getting lazy about it. I finally signed up for a free trial of Viraltag and got to work setting it up. I decided that

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  • Are You A Supportive Blogger?

    I created Brown Girl Bloggers in 2014 because after blogging for almost a year I didn’t know many black or brown bloggers. I was especially interested in connecting with women so that I could have blogging friends and surround myself with positive creative people. I had NO idea, not even an inkling, that Brown Girl

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  • Unrealistic Blogging Expectations And How To Manage Them

    The desire for popularity is something most bloggers can understand. Almost everyone starts a blog because they have something to share with the world that they want people to see. No one starts a blog with the hopes that it won’t be read but usually that’s what happens at first. Although there are stories of bloggers

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  • 6 Tips For Participating in Twitter Chats

    Participating in Twitter chats is an easy way to chime in on topics you’re interested in and a less intimidating way to network with other bloggers. Here are my top tips for participating in Twitter chats: #1. Calendar the chat. As soon as you learn about a Twitter chat that you want to participate in,

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  • The Dos & Don’ts Of Perfecting Your Online Presence

    Ahhh, the dreaded “online presence” talk. The old “personal branding” spiel. It’s something you can’t go a day without hearing if you’re a blogger. I know you might be tired of hearing it but as a young woman branding herself online I thought I’d talk about it with you anyway. Below I’m giving you my

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  • A Blogger’s Net Worth = A Blogger’s Network

    I fell into my professional storytelling career so I was not prepared for all of the hurdles that came with this life. I LOVE my job and I wouldn’t change it for anything but if I had known the value of a blogger’s network in the first 6 months of my career, who knows where

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  • Engagement, Tact and Responsibility As A Blogger

    I love to live tweet during Love and Hip Hop. A few weeks ago, Twitter was down during the show and watching it just didn’t feel quite right without the chance to crack jokes about the z-list celebrities Mona Scott Young exploits to keep her pockets stacked. I also love to live tweet during Love

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