Fellow bloggers along with St. Google and his close friend, Sister YouTube, have been incredibly helpful to me in finding my way around this foreign land called blogging. I always appreciate it when fellow bloggers pull back the curtain and share their tips and advice with me on how to be a successful blogger and freelancer. I feel like so much of this field is shrouded in mystery and finding these helpful posts is like finding gold.
Given that I find this information so helpful, I want to give back, too. In my mind, it doesn’t matter if you’ve been blogging for 4 days, 4 years, or just shy of 4 months (like me), everyone has some knowledge to share that someone else may not know. In this spirit, I’m going to kick-off what will be an ongoing series or topic area discussed on WHOLEistically Fit, blogging.
For non-bloggers out there, don’t worry, I’ll still be bringing you great content on topics such as healthy recipes, workouts, relationship tips, spirituality, etc. This will just be a little something extra for my fellow bloggers out there.
I’m starting the series off with a how-to tutorial on creating an awesome, personalized signature for your blog posts and emails. The great thing about this topic is that it actually applies to everybody, not just bloggers! It’s a great way to spruce up your work email signature or the signature you use on emails when applying to jobs.
The best part is that it is super quick and easy to do, and it’s 100% free. You don’t need any high-tech skills or fancy (and expensive) computer programs.
To create a customized signature like the one you see at the bottom of my post, visit My Live Signature. Then follow these simple steps:
Next, how to set up your personalized email signature using your awesome new My Live Signature!
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What are some blogging-related tips that have been helpful to you?
Disclosure: I was not compensated in any form or fashion by My Live Signature for writing this post. All the thoughts and ideas are 100% my own.