While this most certainly is a homestead focused show, the whole reason I’ve been able to sustain and grow my homestead is because I took the time to establish other businesses. Whether you’re currently pursuing another business or have been thinking about venturing out on your own, growing an online presence is a necessity at this point. Case in point, many of you listening arrived at my podcast only after following my blog, my website, or my social accounts.
On today’s episode I address the most important aspects of starting and growing a blog. This means finding your purpose, deciding the type of blog you want to run, and what you share with the world. If you’re ready to shift your blog into high gear, click play now!
>> Are you interested in my mentoring program I mentioned on the show? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to see if you’re a good fit!
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