Blog Beginner 911 - Savvy Sexy Social with Amy Schmittauer
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Blog Beginner 911

If you’re a brand new blogger, don’t think you are the only one asking those basic questions.  Us bloggers were just as clueless when we started out.  It’s hard to make sure that you are doing everything “right” or that you are effectively reaching your ideal audience.  That’s why I want you to check out Heidi Cohen’s post, 20 Blog How-Tos.  She gives you some quick answers to the usual variables like:

  • What the heck should I blog about?
  • How can I optimize for search engines?
  • How can I get some comments?
  • and much more

Savvy Takeaway: In one of her tips, Heidi links to a great resource for blog topics if you are struggling to come up with content.  Everyone can use a good list to get their creative juices flowing and I think you will find it very useful!

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Amy Schmittauer is producer of Savvy Sexy Social, a YouTube series dedicated to helping you lift your day so you can love your life. This proactive lifestyle channel has amassed a community from over 179 countries whose members have contributed more than 3 million views. Follow her on Twitter.
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2 comments
LesBush
LesBush

Hey there! I am about to start blogging and was wondering about your intro music. I'd love to have some sort of intro/exit music, but I didn't know if I needed to find music that is copyright free? Can you help?

schmittastic
schmittastic moderator

@LesBush  You should definitely look for music that you have the right to use and still be able to activate ads on your videos. I like istockaudio.com for this. There are also great artists that will allow you to use their audio in return for credit such as danosongs.com. Also know what you're allowed to use before you stick with it. Hope that helps!