As a WAHM (work-at-home Mom) myself, I know how hard it is to have enough time to do the work that helps pay the bills and also still have time to do all the housework and still have time for your family. I also know there are many Moms who run a business from home and started this business from the ground up while trying to keep the home going. I decided it would be interesting to talk to some of these hard working Moms and find out they got these businesses going and how they manage working at home and being a parent and homemaker. I have interviewed some Moms and here is the first Mom in my series of interviews. Crystal Unrau is the first Mom I spoke with.
When you submit a subpar post, your reputation as a blogger suffers and you may lose future clients, which will affect your business. Readers may lose respect for you as an expert and the blog owner will be less inclined to invite you back.
CE: Yes, however I’m still working on a better mindset all the time, that never stops. I still deal with some of the thinking problems that negatively affected me out there.
You will see that the most social media today are using the WordPress and Blogger.com platforms. Hosting one of these yourself is a good idea, but you might want to pay somebody to set it up for you if you are not comfortable doing that sort of thing or it.
As we get older our metabolism slows down. Guess what that means? That’s right. It gets a lot easier to gain weight and a lot harder to keep it off. Spending this much time sitting on your rear in a nice comfy chair does not help matters. I can assure you that your metabolism is even slower than it would be if you had a more traditional job.
The very first thing people need to do is start the process of branding themselves online. Getting signed up on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn as well as your own personal blog are the first steps in your journey to success in your business. You must own the first page in Google and the other search engines for your name. Joining these social networks is a start.
Write an attention grabbing resource box. Don’t be boring! Using exciting words and adjectives is what you should use in your author resource box. No one wants to read “Joe Brown is the owner of blah blah blah. Visit his site for more information”. That is totally boring. Spice things up!
If you can learn to make just five dollars a day, then you can make all you need. Simply repeat that same process over and over again. If you think you can’t succeed at this, then you need to strongly re-consider and know that if you want it, the how to will follow.