A campaign report is a summary of all the hard work you’ve done and all the amazing results you’ve produced, all put together in a handy-dandy format to send off to your brand partner once your partnership has ended. You can create it manually or use a paid service (like Hashtracking or InfluenceKit) to help pull together and calculate your numbers.

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Do you know how to be visible right now? Amanda Berlin is on our blog today to talk about how even in times like these, it’s important to keep showing up.  

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What are the top 3 mistakes bloggers make on Pinterest? Kate Ahl of Simple Pin Media is on our blog today to cover the top errors she sees and how to fix them.  Pinterest….oh how we have a love/hate relationship with this search and discovery platform. It leaves some of us confused and wondering if we’re marketing “right.” But here’s the thing, when you worry so much about getting it right, chances are you’re making mistakes.

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In my last post, I introduced the basic concepts of website accessibility, and how making your website more accessible will benefit everyone. Based on that, here are six accessibility improvements that you can work on for your site right away.

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When I first started learning about website accessibility, I thought of it the way most people do — assuming that it’s about making websites more usable for people with disabilities. I quickly learned that this is only partially correct.

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By now you’ve probably heard numerous rallying cries advocating the need for diversity, representation and inclusion. It seems that each day there are new headlines either exposing the lack of diversity in X industry or celebrating the moves towards it in another. These aren’t just buzzwords or the latest trends in the business world. It’s simply a reflection of a very real flaw in our society that demands to be addressed. According to the US Census Bureau, America is becoming increasingly diverse with all racial and ethnic minorities growing at a faster rate than whites from 2015 to 2016. In fact, it’s projected that people of colour will make up the majority of America’s population by 2043 – that’s just a little over two decades from today!  And that’s just diversity in terms of race and ethnicity. That doesn’t even address the growing diversity in […]

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At Mediavine, we’re all about content creators building sustainable businesses. As that business scales, influencers must legally protect themselves, their audience and their intellectual property. You know when we start throwing around terms like ‘intellectual property’, it’s time to call a lawyer.  We’ve asked attorney and friend of Mediavine Jamie Lieberman to stop by the blog to give our readers the ins and outs of establishing an LLC. Jamie Lieberman is an attorney, podcaster and entrepreneur dedicated to making legal accessible and sharing the message that legal does not have to be scary. As the owner of Hashtag Legal, Jamie draws on her experience working with influencer marketing professionals, creatives and business owners to help her clients grow and protect their businesses. She leads an all female, virtual team focused on providing clients with advice on subjects such as intellectual property, contracts, privacy, FTC, business […]

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Baking a Difference: How A Publisher Found Her Calling in Blogging

Every day at Mediavine, our favorite thing is to hear how blogging changes lives.  Whether it’s learning new skills that can shape your career or earning a full-time income from things like sponsored work and Mediavine ad revenue, being a publisher is a pretty awesome job.  That’s why we loved hearing how our publisher Betsy Eves of JavaCupcake has been teaching others what she has learned about blogging.  Betsy currently works at Operation Gratitude as the Wounded Hero & Caregiver Program Director, but she also teaches blogging classes to the military community through her work at the Dog Tag Inc. Fellowship Program and the Elizabeth Dole Foundation Military and Caregiver Fellows.  She asked us to contribute by taking part in a recent Blogging 101 webinar and an upcoming workshop in Washington, D.C. (More on these below!) We in turn asked Betsy to come on the Mediavine […]

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changing blog platforms

Changing blogging platforms is a big decision, and not one to take lightly. Our publisher Laurence Norah of Finding the Universe made the switch from Blogger to WordPress earlier this year, and offered to share his experience with us. 

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3 Action Items That Will Get You Massive Traffic

Heya fellow bloggers! I’m Lena Gott, blogger at What Mommy Does and blog coach at Adventures in Blogging. I hope you’re doing well and not too weary from a summer traffic slump (if you experience this like I do every year). In case you missed it, I did a joint video interview (while you’re there, why not subscribe to the Mediavine YouTube channel?) with fellow MVP Stephanie Keeping of Spaceships and Laserbeams this month where we talked all things traffic. I highly recommend checking it out, as we tried to share some of our best tips for getting more traffic to our blogs. If we’ve met before, you know that I like to provide crazy specific advice on getting traffic. You won’t see generic advice here. I want you to be able to take these tips and get more traffic starting tomorrow. I’ll start out small with […]

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