What is an attribution and do I have to?

Connie Jo Miller, founder, and president of Enigma Bookkeeping Solutions asked, “Some of my blog ideas come from other things I have read or heard. Should I try to source the idea? Most of the time I’m not sure where I read or heard something and I feel bad/guilty because the spark for the blog came […]

Finding Readers for your Amazing Blog

Connie Jo Miller, founder, and president of Enigma Bookkeeping Solutions asked me, “I read your fantabulous e-Guide, 5–Steps to Publishing Client-Attracting Posts. So, I’ve written my awe-inspiring blog posts. How do I get my ideal clients to read them? Where do I put them to get the most readers?” This is such a great question! […]

When Connections are Strong, Time Doesn’t Matter

This week, I had the great fortune of reconnecting with two long-time friends with whom I’d fallen out of regular contact. Over 25 years elapsed between gathering at my apartment and grabbing dinner at Maxwell’s on Main. Back in the day, we were like the Three Musketeers. Well, that is if the three musketeers had been […]

Read when you’ve lost that loving feeling

Cue the Everly Brothers. Or, my favorite, Hall & Oates version of “You’ve Lost that Loving Feeling.” Picture Goose and Maverick lamenting their lost love. Yes, lost love is tough to get through (hugs). We’ve all been there. But the love I’m talking about is the one you’ve lost for your blog. Remember when you […]

5 Reasons Retreating is Great

Last week, the first BlogBuster Retreat was held with the goal of planning a full year’s worth of posts and writing the first months worth — for all those who attended. Seemed like a tall order even as I insisted it could be done. We held the event at the gorgeous Frederick Inn Bed & Breakfast […]