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|Interview with Angela Alcorn (Writer & Editor) : Journey of a Professional Blogger : eAskme|
Please share about yourself and your story to enter in blogging?
Now I'm an editor there and I write for all sorts of other publications too, as well as my own professional sites. It's great work and I love it, which is why I recommend it to anyone who can write intelligently on a given topic. It's also really flexible and has allowed me to live in France and have kids around my work, which you definitely can't say about most professions.
It really is the perfect job for travelers and parents of young kids, as it can be done any time of day and can be worked on in fits and starts when you've got a spare moment. I recommend it to lots of new mothers, but they don't seem to believe it's a real job. Can't blame them for being uncertain, but it really does work!
How the idea to make your own blog came in your mind? How you found the right people to develop it and what big obstacles you faced?
Eventually I decided to start two blogs based on my own expertise and passions: Online Careerist for remote workers online, and Write Revolution for freelance writers online. Write Revolution was always intended to be written by multiple people, so I brought on several of my freelance writing friends from the outset. With Online Careerist, I wanted it to be primarily written by me, but with occasional guests. The biggest obstacle for both blogs was getting them off the ground. There's a lot of hustling, monetizing and promoting that goes on besides the writing, and it's really hard to keep writing at the start when you know there's no-one reading yet. But you have to ignore that and think of what people will see when they eventually do read your blog. Then you can push on and write great content, and get back to promoting and monetizing.
Can blogging really change someone`s life?
What are your favorite Internet marketing tools?
What is your daily schedule? and how do you maintain your tasks?
Blogging have different definition for different person. What is it for you?
Which are your favorite blogs?
How much time do you spend on social media promotion and SEO of your blog?
How much time do you spend for blogging daily?
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