iBlog – Everything You Need to Know About Blogging

Oh how I wish I had a how-to manual when I started blogging! Guess what friends? YOU can!! It’s available now…

iBlog: everything you need to know about blogging from 30 top bloggers iBlog is like having access to a mastermind group any time you need advice. From basic instruction on social media and planning to time-saving tips – what a powerful resource from ladies I trust and admire!

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Two Chapters by Tricia Hodges: Time Saving Blog Tips and Running A Group Blog

  • I’m so very often asked the question, “How do you blog AND homeschool?” How do you balance it all? Well, first of all, without Him I would be nothing. In one chapter I share my very best time management tip – how to blog in 15 minutes and keep those priorities in order. Because keeping my priorities in order is definitely a priority.

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how to homeschool and blog Who is iBlog for?

  • Behind all the roles the Lord has gifted me with: being a child of God, a wife, a mother and a homeschool teacher, blogging is my ministry. I’m passionate about it. Blogging is my mama outlet: writing and photography.
  • Although this book mentions homeschooling, iBlog is written for everyone. Are you a writer? A blogger? Thinking of starting a blog? Take a gander at just a few of the chapter titles: Building a vision, blog design 101, WordPress basics, writing an elevator pitch, how to offer freebies, blog photography 101, building a brand, using Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest; selling your own products, balancing motherhood, marriage and blogging and so much more. Thirty-eight chapters in all!

Advice from 30 top bloggers for just $7.99

What a bargain! All that time devoted from 30 bloggers, all their best advice in one spot. Because I wrote two chapters, I will get a portion of any sales when you purchase through my link.
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I’ll be sharing a giveaway soon – but if you purchase now, then win, the full amount will be refunded to you.

What would you like to learn about this blogging journey?


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    Gina says

    Getting this for my 15 year-old daughter. She has been working on starting a blog for some time now. Thanks for the info on this resource!

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    hi Tricia, I’ve enjoyed your site for years so I think I’m completely overdue to stop by and say thank you!
    I’d seen the iBlog book on lots of blogs but it was this post that inspired me to click through and buy it – and I’m SO glad I did – what a blessing to have so many of you experienced bloggers generously sharing your wisdom!
    Thanks again – for everything.
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