Got a new blog?
Twins Mommy is barely two months old.
Start your blog, grow your traffic & earn money fast!
Raise your hand if you’re a newbie blogger and you’re doing some affiliate marketing?
For me, I didn’t start promoting products or services until after a year of doing freelance writing. My focus online – at the time – was to build my freelance writing business so that I can earn a living from it.… Continue reading →
It sucks doesn’t it?
You finally have subscribers and you faithfully send out a newsletter every week. But, what ends up happening?
Less than half of your subscribers are actually opening up your emails. And what’s worse, even less are clicking through to your site to read your awesome tips on your blog.
What gives?… Continue reading →
My twins turned three this year and I’m still amazed I survived the first year!
I was up every 45 minutes for the first year of their lives. I was a zombie. I pumped milk every three hours around the clock. I changed about 40 diapers a day. When both babies cried, I struggled to hold them both at the same time.… Continue reading →
Welcome to my series, Mom to Mompreneur Blog Growth Update! Wow! that was a mouthful.
For those of you who are new, my name is Elna Cain and I’m a freelance writer and a mama to twin toddlers.
You’ve been thinking and dreaming about it for months now.
You’ve finally decided you want to start a side business, but you just don’t know how to start it. You don’t mind working at your day job, but you know you don’t want to be working there forever.… Continue reading →
Do you have a new blog?
It’s frustrating isn’t it?
You’re putting out all this great content, you’re involved in Facebook groups, Twitter and Pinterest and still no one is coming to your site.
How come it’s easier for other people? They start a blog and in three weeks they have 100 subscribers and about a million comments. What gives?… Continue reading →
Are you a working mama but long to stay home to be with your child?
Maybe you’re already a stay-at-home mom – loving it! – but you still have passions and creative ideas outside of doing laundry, cleaning up spilled milk or changing a diaper.
It’s okay to want to be more than just the person that cooks, cleans and cares for your child all day.… Continue reading →