Blogger Q&A – 5 Favorite Sites For Blog Tips

Blogging can feel a little like unchartered territory for many (including myself!) as it’s a new industry that’s ever evolving. I have found that learning from others has been insanely important and really crucial to my existence as a blogger. After 5 years of running My Style Vita and three years of The Blog Societies, I feel like I know quite a bit of what the heck I’m doing. I’ve done my fare share of Blogger Q&A’s where I provide insight on blog topics that I’ve learned and feel like I’ve mastered myself. However, I’m still learning. Even this weekend in Providence, I learned so much from spending time with other bloggers.

I recently redesigned my site and had never used tags before (I think I did on Blogger, and it never translated over to my WordPress habits). I had my categories all out of whack and White Oak Creative (she made this pretty little site) straightened me out. I do love to learn what I can and have found several sites that really nail it right on the head for bloggers. I also recently took my search for the best sites for blog tips to Twitter and have now added a few to my bookmarked list. You can never learn too much and as a business owner responsible for my own bottom line, I think it’s really important to make it more of an effort and even a weekly or monthly habit. Click through the slideshow to see what bloggers and experts I look to for information.

I’d love to know who you turn to for advice when it comes to blogging. And don’t forget to sign up for my newsletter. As you’ll see in the slideshow, a spring style guide is in the works exclusively for subscribers! Sign up right here and be sure to check ‘newsletter‘.

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11 Comments | March 8, 2016
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11 thoughts on “Blogger Q&A – 5 Favorite Sites For Blog Tips

  1. Josh | The Kentucky Gent

    I’ve definitely found myself unfollowing some of the other bloggers that I constantly compared myself to, and went to their site to beat myself up instead of going to get inspired. The Nectar Collective is always full of good info!

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        1. Jessica

          I say unfollow a BUNCH of folks, and start following from new industries. I started following stylists, prop styling, photographers etc.

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          1. Josh | The Kentucky Gent

            Agreed! I still follow all my friends, but I started to unfollow those people I felt obligated to follow and instead followed more up and coming folks in the food, home fields. Gives me fresh ideas, and it’s always great to connect with new friends!

  2. Lindsay

    Thank you so much for including me with all these talented ladies, Jessica! I enjoyed working with you on your new site design, and getting to know you! I’m very inspired by your creativity!

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  3. Krista

    Thank you so so much for including me! I feel bad that it took me so long to see it! I’m really happy to hear that you enjoy my content and like the editorial calendar plugin!

    Krista 🙂

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