Kaelah Bee, the blogger behind Honeybean Boutique has put together a new PR & Marketing ebook to help bloggers.
Here's what Kaelah had to say:"My PR + Marketing E-book was written to help the dozens of bloggers and small business owners that I get emails from every month. While I don't feel any more "successful" than the next person, I understand the appeal of seeking advice from others who are in similar situations. Personal experience and insight can really go a long way. I began brainstorming on this e-book in March 2011, but didn't actually start making it a reality until Autumn. I had read so many other e-books on similar topics that really only seemed like an outlet for the author to show off a bunch of pictures of him or herself. I felt like many of the e-books I had been reading took a "I'll teach you everything you know, but not everything I know" approach and I wanted an outlet to share what I had learned along the way. It's a first-person account of my varying experiences as a life + style blogger, as well as an indie biz owner. I touch on important topics such as choosing a name for your brand, dealing with criticism and haters, monetizing your blog and etiquette while working with large brands and companies. I wrote the e-book in the very same way I write my blog so there's still some grammatical errors here and there, and anecdotes sprinkled around. Hopefully if this e-book does anything, it'll help you realize that your blog can be a huge asset to your personal branding and business!"
Win a copy of the ebook
We've got three copies up for grabs and to be in with a chance of winning, simply leave a comment below telling us what makes your blog unique with a link to it!
Congratulations to our winners Johanna I, emilylynnharris and Catherine F.
You can find out more about Kaelah and pick up a copy of the book from Honeybean Boutique now. Cut Out + Keep members can get 20% ($5) off with the code CUTOUT»
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I think my blog is unique because it is about struggling with infertility BUT using a more natural approach to trying to conceive - I make jewellery containing fertility enhancing crystals, so far no followers
I really wish that one day I could turn it into a business!
I don't blog often, but that's because I only blog about things that I'm particularly passionate or excited about. My blog has really kick started my craftiness and motivated me to teach myself loads of new things.
Let's see, how is my blog unique? I try to be authentic and true to myself, which I think is so important when trying to stand out among the thousands of lifestyle blogs. I steer pretty clear of product reviews and fashion and focus on what I'm passionate about: cooking, craft projects and documenting my daily adventures. I'm obsessed with things of miniature nature, so I dedicate each Tuesday to a tiny wonder, whether it be animal, artwork or small object.