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Episode 63: Blogging, Taking Risks in Your Business, and Working with Sponsors with Erica Dietz from 5 Little Monsters

Sharing is caring! Listen to the episode in the player, download the episode here, or subscribe on Google Play Music, iTunes, Stitcher, or TuneIn.  Erica Dietz from 5 Little Monsters had been blogging for less than a year when she started working with sponsors. We chatted at the 2016 Snap! conference about blogging, taking risks, how to …

Episode 58: How To Organize and Participate in Multi-Business Collaborations

Sharing is caring! Listen to the episode in the player, download the episode here, or subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, or TuneIn. This episode is all about multi-business collaborations, including blog hops, multi-designer make-a-longs, and in-person events. I share 4 reasons you might want to participate in such a collaboration, 7 tips for organization a multi-business …

Episode 43: 10 Tips for Attending (and Getting the Most Out of) Your First Blogging or Social Media Conference

Sharing is caring! This Week’s Episode I’m sharing 10 tips (plus a few bonus ones, too!) for attending and getting the most out of your first blogging or social media conference. As regular listeners know, this year I spoke at the #WeAllGrow Summit by Latina Bloggers Connect and #BlogHer15: Experts Among Us. These were my …

Episode 17: 5 Tips for Hosting a Successful Crochet-, Knit-, or Make-a-Long Online

This week, I share five tips for hosting a successful crochet-, knit-, or make-a-long (also known as CALs, KALS, or MALs, respectively) online.

1) Test or tech edit the pattern before the event
2) Engage sponsors and supporters
3) Seek out a co-moderator
4) Choose an appropriate length
5) Share the projects

You can find show notes for today’s episode at http://creativeyarnentrepreneur.com/17.

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