Sunshine’s Macro Monday #29

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These photos were captured on my iPad mini while browsing The Orchid Festival in Menton (15 Feb – 3 March) at Palais de l’Europe. There is always an amazing variety on display but if any were to be left in my tender care………….they’d all be dead within days. Yes, my digits of doom would strike!

This should delight the cooks amongst you! The Cote d’Azur is famed for its dried and glacé fruit.

I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your helpful feedback and kind comments on these posts – most encouraging.

Sunshine’s Macro Monday is a challenge hosted by Irene encouraging us to scrutinise the smallest of details by getting up close and personal and bringing someone or something to life in a photograph. It’s a one day challenge without prompts.  Irene posts a Sunshine’s Macro Monday post each Monday, just after midnight Central Time…

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Twitter Retweet Accounts for Bloggers: A List

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Twitter is a place of large potential.

When you send a tweet out, it’s entirely possible for it to go viral. A slim chance, but it’s possible.

This is because every single tweet has the potential to be seen by thousands of people. There’s no limit on how many people will see your tweet, and hence it’s the perfect place to reach new people.

It’s been a couple months since I started paying attention to blog marketing on twitter. And what I fully dived into is tagging Twitter retweet accounts in my tweets for more exposure.

Now, tweets have a short life on Twitter but it has a bigger chance at being seen if your tweet is sent to a larger audience. If you don’t have a large audience yourself, the retweet accounts have got your back.

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What are Twitter retweet accounts?

They are accounts…

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How To Write An Engaging Blog Post

So I did a post a few weeks ago about How To Write An Engaging Introduction and after receiving positive feedback from my audience and others I thought about writing a short post on How to write an engaging blog post.

I know most of you are great writers and some of you are trying this best because it might be the first time you are doing this. It doesn’t matter which one are you there is always room for improvement.

Here are the five quick tips you can try to write an engaging blog post:

Make A Map:

A map can be a great help for you to write an engaging a post and to stay on topic. What you can do is this before typing a word or so make a map write down paragraphs like what you are going to talk about in paragraph number one…

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15 Blog Post Ideas For Any Niche


Coming up with ideas for new posts can be one of the hardest and most intimidating parts of blogging.

You want to create things that are helpful and useful to your readers but also new blog posts that people will actually want and like to read.

Which is why I have complied the list of 15 blog post ideas (more like categories) that you can use for any niche. Just personalize and tailor the idea to whatever your blog is all about.

15 blog post ideas for any niche

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Bonus Tip: go get a wall calendar to plan out your content for this month!

1. List post

List posts (like this one!) are not only easy to write but they are also very SEO and Pinterest friendly. A win-win!


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5 Ways To Stay Motivated As A Blogger

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One question I always get asked by other bloggers is how to stay motivated to write blog posts and to work on their blog. This is something I also struggle with, there are days when I can write 2 to 3 blog posts within a couple of hours whilst other days I can’t even finish writing a post. I would be lying if I said that I work productively on my blog every single day.

I do work on my blog everyday but I’m not productive nor motivated to work on my blog every single day. It’s completely normal to feel unmotivated but you shouldn’t let that get into you and start to procrastinate. In today’s post, I wanted to share with you 5 ways to stay motivated to blog productively. As always, if you are interested – keep on reading!

Une autre question que me posent toujours les autres…

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Negative Approach Towards Blogging


Hey guys, first of all i apologize for not putting out more contents on blogging tips. As from now on I’ll be putting out two contents per week. Not just any kind of contents, but useful and effective one’s.

Without wasting your time, let’s dive into the negative approach towards blogging.

1. Failure To Finding The Right Or Unique Topics To Write About:

One of the basic and necessary requirements to making it as a professional blogger is writing unique contents. Not just anything that comes to mind, but contents that provides solutions to your readers, or contents that answers specific questions.

Examples of unique contents/topics providing solutions include;

A. Blog monetization using 5 basic tips.

B. How to lose weight in 30 days.

C. 5 businesses to start with just $200 e.t.c

The above topics mentioned are just few examples of what a solution providing content looks like.


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7 Things You Need To Do Before Starting A Blog

Before starting a blog you need to have a few things set up so it will be easy for you to start your blog journey. Although some of the steps might not be necessary for now soon they will be.

My aim on this post is just to prepare you for your blogging journey so, you don’t end up getting stuck in the middle of the track. I believe if you do follow these steps you won’t have to work hard and also they can help you choose if blogging is the right choice for you or not at the start.

Some of the steps contain advice so do read them out.

Seven things you need to know and do before starting a blog:

Pick A Niche:

If you are thinking to start a blog you need to pick a niche that is the first step. You can either choose…

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12 Things That Can Cause Bloggers Psychological Discomfort

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As a blogger, you will need to stick with the things that you truly believe in.


Because those things are part of you, my friend.

Also, conflict arises whenever we engage ourselves in something that is not harmonious with our core principles.

Therefore, we need to keep it real at all times (Our audience will appreciate it and our conscience will appreciate it too).

So, without further ado, let us explore some of the things that can cause a bit (or a lot) of psychological turmoil for a blogger.

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