The I Teach Blogging podcast is meant to help you on your blogging journey. This podcast in includes tips ranging from getting started with your first blog to WordPress and content upgrades. In this podcast Renee’ Groskreutz shares tips on Social Media, SEO (Search Engine Optimization), her affiliate marketing journey and everything in between. If it involves the digital life, she is going to talk about it.
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In this episode, we discuss - What does it mean to relaunch a podcast and to relaunch a blog?
Alright, so systems are getting easier to deal with. The tech is improving. WordPress is improving. Blogging is getting simpler BUT it is NOT easier.
Renee’s enthusiasm is contagious. She is a wealth of information and presents it in a such a personable way. If you are interested in blogging this is the blog to start listening too. Thank you Renee, I hope we will speak soon! Blog On!
Great thanks! :)
Renee, thank you for your work on this podcast. I am trying to get started this year with my own blog. Your advice is practical and easy to implement. I feel like we are just shooting the breeze. I hope everybody gives this podcast a chance.
Renee tackles a lot of issues with a motivational and optimistic attitude. I always look forward to hearing her insight as she inspires me to BLOG ON!
Renee is awesome at teaching people how to blog. I've been in the blogging space for several years and still learn something from most episodes! I will definitely be tuning in for future episodes. Keep it up Renee and to everyone reading this review, you should subscribe and check an episode out!
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I Teach Blogging: Blogging launched 10 years ago and published 241 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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