Why Media is Important for Women
Who Want More Influence

So, you’ve done the hard work of breathing life into your business, and now you’re ready to share it with the world. The only question is — How?! How do you get your name out there? How do you stand out? How do you earn the world’s trust? The answer, my friend, is by tapping into the power of the media. Learn why media is important for establishing credibility, amplifying your brand, and women’s empowerment as a whole. Read More

Why Brands Must Take Ownership
of their Digital Real Estate

Can you access your audience if your social platforms implode? Yesterday, Facebook, FB Messenger, Instagram and Whats App went down, leaving millions of content creators and influencers without access to their largest audiences. Too many people – and brands – are relying heavily on social platforms without leading their customers down a path that they own. Read More

How to Create a Successful Blog
Part Five: It’s OK to Stop Blogging (Seriously!)

We’re coming to the end of a five-part series on how to build a successful blog. So far, we’ve discussed several things, including how to define what having a “successful blog” actually means to you. How to come up with a structure for your blog. How to drive more traffic to your blog. And more. And now, for the final installment of this series, I have some unexpected advice for you. I want you to know… It’s OK to stop blogging. Read More

How to Create a Successful Blog
Part Four: Get More Traffic

If you’ve followed along with parts one, two, and three of this series, then things are rolling for your blog and it’s time to build your audience. There are so many different ways to drive traffic to your blog and get more people reading your work. Here are 12 steps you can take. Read More

How to Create a Successful Blog
Part Three: Serve Your People

Blogging is a lot like giving a performance onstage. You get up there. You deliver your best material. And then, you want to see the audience react. You want to feel like you’re serving your audience—inspiring them, delighting them, and holding their attention, not boring them! But in order to serve your audience, first, you need to understand what they want and need. How can you figure this out? It’s not actually that difficult. Read More