Amber and I came across a new app called Likewise. Have you heard of it? It allows you to give and receive book recommendations. Read our blog for the full review of this new app!
Canva has a wealth of possibilities and can make anyone look a professional designer. And really, isn’t that what we all want? With all these possibilities I constantly find myself going, “Wait, I can do that?” or “Wish I knew about that earlier”. So, here are 5 things you may not have known you can do in Canva.
You cannot use the exact same post for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and so on. It is important to know what tone and voice to use. Know your audience!
Writing and planning for your various social media accounts can be tedious. Let’s make your life a little easier with this social media content calendar hack! Now, you’ll have more time for the things you love.
Understanding how to use Pinterest can help you skyrocket your blog traffic, grow your email list, and grow a dedicated following in ways Instagram and Facebook can’t do. Here are five steps to setting up your profile, boards, and pins to get 150 000 Pinterest views in your first month without using Tailwind or any other scheduler.
Being able to take incredible photographs using only your phone is one of the best ways to stand out and build a strong presence on any social media platform. Here are 6 quick tips to taking beautiful social media ready photos on your phone.
Tagging, folks. Don’t be afraid to tag people to see your content and help your account grow. Here are some tips on best practices of tagging on social media.
Using the right hashtags can make or break your content on Instagram. Here are 6 quick and easy tips to get your started on hashtags.
Taking gorgeous Instagram photos of books that gain follower attention and likes doesn’t need to be that hard. Here are 5 tips to get you on top of your Bookstagram photo game.
If you are on Instagram and you are a book lover, you are familiar with the elusive #shelfie. Yes, the one where people take pictures of their perfectly manicured bookshelves. Here are 4 tips to help you take that photo.