quick guide to bloglovin
#NewBloggers 101, Book blogging, Discussion

[NewBloggers 101] A Quick Guide To Bloglovin’ Post 10 of #NewBloggers 101, Guest Post By Aimee @ Aimee, Always!

Welcome to Post 10 of the #NewBloggers 101 post series! This time, we welcome Aimee @ Aimee, Always to share all her knowledge of how to become popular on Bloglovin’! Aimee herself has over 1000 followers on Bloglovin’ right now, so I’ve asked her to share her knowledge with all of us. And just in case you have missed some…

Continue Reading
intro to bookstagram
#NewBloggers 101, Book blogging, Discussion

[#NewBloggers 101] General Intro To Bookstagram Sophie @ Beware of the Reader Gives You A General Understanding

Welcome to Post 9 of the #NewBloggers 101 post series! In the last post, we talked about how to score cheap Bookstagram props and that not everything comes down to money. This time – I know, I know! This should have come before! But juggling guest posts is not easy! Anyway, so that we’ll be talking about is Bookstagram in general.…

Continue Reading
goodreads tutorial
#NewBloggers 101, Book blogging, Discussion

[NewBloggers] A (Mostly?) Complete Goodreads Tutorial Social Medias A Book Blogger Should Know: Part 1 #NewBloggers 101

Welcome to Part 9 of #NewBloggers 101, and with this we start a new #NewBloggers content series: on social medias! Me and quite a few of other book bloggers have worked really hard to bring  you a collection of posts, detailing all sorts of bookish social media you could be participating in. Now, don’t consider it as a must – it’s no…

Continue Reading
bookstagram props
#NewBloggers 101, Book blogging, Discussion

Bookstagram Myth: Props Are Expensive? Pamela @ Reverie Society Educates! #NewBloggers 101, Post number 6: How To Bookstagram Cheaper

Welcome to Post 8 of the #NewBloggers 101 post series! This time, we’ll be talking about an all-important topic – Bookstagram, namely – Bookstagram props. And we have Pamela @ Reverie Society here to write about it today! Before I let her tell you all about it though, if you want to read any of the older posts in the…

Continue Reading
linkups
#NewBloggers 101, Book blogging, Discussion

What Are Linkups All About? Nicole @ FYFA To The Rescue! #NewBloggers 101, Post number 6: What You Have To Know Before Linking Up

Welcome to Part 7 of #NewBloggers 101, and this time we will be talking about that thing we are all curious about… Linkups. And we have an incredibly experienced blogger today to help us get our footing – welcome Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction! So one more thing before I relinquish the stage today – if you want to…

Continue Reading
#NewBloggers 101, Book blogging, Discussion

So you want to move from Blogger to (free) WordPress? #NewBloggers 101, Post number 6, we have Lauren on board guest-posting!

Welcome to Post 6 of the #NewBloggers 101 post series! This time, we will be talking about the scary affairs of moving your blog from blogger to WordPress. If you want to see the other posts in this series, expand this list: This time, we have someone we all know from our Discord chat – our amazing mod Lauren @…

Continue Reading
social media and networking
#NewBloggers 101, Book blogging, Discussion

What Tools Can Help Me Be An Organized Blogger? Social Media And Networking #NewBloggers 101 Part 5.3: How To Efficiently Share Reviews On Social Media And To Publicists

Welcome back to the Organized Blogger series! This is the last part about efficiency and planning, and after this we will have some amazing posts about moving your blog, linkups and Bookstagram. The previous parts were about Blogging Calendars and Scheduling posts. If you want to read more posts from the #NewBloggers 101 post series, expand this list: So first of all, keep…

Continue Reading
writing and scheduling posts
#NewBloggers 101, Book blogging, Discussion

What Tools Can Help Me Be An Organized Blogger? Writing And Scheduling Posts #NewBloggers 101 Part 5.2: How To Save Time Writing, Why Schedule And How

Last week we talked about why you should keep a blogging calendar. Are you keeping one already? Now that you are, it’s time to think about how to make writing and scheduling posts more efficient to you. If you want to read more posts from the #NewBloggers 101 post series, expand this list: Why Should I Schedule Posts At All? It seems that…

Continue Reading
blogging calendar organized blogger
#NewBloggers 101, Book blogging, Discussion

What Tools Can Help Me Be An Organized Blogger? Blogging Calendars #NewBloggers 101 Part 5.1: Save Some Time And Don't Forget Your Commitments

So you might think this isn’t the best of times to talk about being an organized blogger when I’m borderline declaring a hiatus myself (blogging calendar? What is this, Evelina??) But I’ve been planning this post series for months, so I might as well share this with you now. Maybe some of it will be new, and some won’t, but I’m…

Continue Reading
a good edelweiss or netgalley profile
#NewBloggers 101, Book blogging, Discussion, Edelweiss, NetGalley

How Do I Make A Good Edelweiss Or NetGalley Profile? Part 2 of #NewBloggers 101 post series

Welcome to part 2 of the #NewBloggers 101 post series! Last time, we talked about when you should start requesting ARCs (advance reader copies) at all, and today? We’re going to talk about how to start doing it. So how do you make a good Edelweiss or NetGalley profile? Let’s start at the bottom and make it fun! Short quiz about…

Continue Reading
international book blogger
Book blogging, Discussion, Diversity, NetGalley

So You’re An International Book Blogger? DON’T GIVE UP! You ARE Needed In The Book World

In light of the things that have been going on in the book world, I feel like international bloggers might feel horribly betrayed and unappreciated right now. We’ve seen our share of sad posts already (I will agree that I feel incredibly sad too because of what’s been going on), and we need to keep seeing those and putting them out…

Continue Reading