Apr 172014
 
ID 100207643 300x272 <h1>Calling All Bloggers – Guest Bloggers Wanted</h1>

Guest Bloggers Wanted!
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For the last couple of weeks, I’ve been giving tips on how to increase your blog traffic; today, I’m going to attempt to put one of those tips to use. I am opening up my blog to guest bloggers.

If you love to write blog posts and just can’t seem to find enough places to add your content—this is for you!

I am looking for blog posts that will help my readers—primarily work from home entrepreneurs—to grow their businesses. My blog is geared mainly to those involved with the company MCA (Motor Club of America); however, I also have readers who are running other work from home businesses.

Please take a look at my blog, and the type of content that I regularly produce, to see if you feel your expertise would work on my blog. All blog posts will need to be approved before appearing on this blog. I will include your name, a short byline, your blog link and two social media links.

I will be adding a “Guest Blogger” tab within the next few days. If you are interested now, please leave a comment and we can discuss the type of content you have to offer.

I am also available to guest blog if you feel that my knowledge would fit your readership.

Let’s work together!

Have a great and blessed day!

 Posted by at 1:25 am
Apr 112014
 

 

ID 100217496 300x300 <h1>5 Ways to Avoid Work at Home Burnout</h1>

Follow these tips to avoid work at home burn out!
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Before beginning our work at home careers, many of us had unrealistic expectations regarding the ease and simplicity of said career.

Examples:

Working at home will be way easier than working outside of the home!
I won’t have all of the stress I have now when I start my work at home business.
I’ll never get tired of my job when I am working at home.

To those statements I say – nonsense, hogwash, poppycock! Those of us with these unrealistic expectations—not everyone has them and not everyone has the same ones—quickly found out that working from home can be just as stressful and tiring as working anywhere else. Especially given the fact that you are now the worker bee and the boss!

Today I want to talk to you about ways you can make your life a little less stressful when you work at home and nip work from home burnout in the bud before it starts.

Balance Your Work at Home Life with a Social Life

All work and no play does indeed make Jack, or Jill, a dull, sad, stressed individual. You need downtime—everyone does. Don’t get so caught up in making your business successful that you don’t enjoy the rewards. Spend time away from your work with family and/or friends. Give yourself permission to have a life outside of work. Take the time each day to read a book, watch a TV show, take a walk or spend a quiet dinner with your family. Working all of the time can quickly lead to burnout and keep you from enjoying the reasons you decided you wanted more freedoms in your work life in the first place.

Learn to Relax During a Stressful Work at Home Day

The work that freelancers, home based business people and other work at home individuals do can be stressful? Well sure it can. For one thing many of us have deadlines that we have to meet—all while still being moms, dads, caregivers or simply living our lives. Stress comes in all sized packages and needs to be controlled so that we can stay productive. My suggestion is to know where your stress level is at—at all times. If you are feeling overwhelmed, walk away for a few minutes and evaluate the situation. You may want to take a walk, meditate, exercise or simply sit and think about something else for a few minutes. Find that one thing that helps you relieve stress (within reason) and do it. Don’t let your stress get the best of you. This is another reason people burnout when they work at home.

Don’t Continually Put Off Difficult Work at Home Tasks

I’ve talked to and interviewed work-at-homers regarding different elements of their work at home life. One of the things that seems to cause a lot of stress—and can lead to burnout—is the putting off of more difficult tasks.

Example: Sherri hates writing proposals; however, writing proposals is required for the type of work from home business she runs. Instead of starting on the proposal right away, Sherri always waits until the very last minute. This practice cause a lot of stress for Sherri. She has to stay up late a couple of days before her deadline to finish, which causes her to lose sleep. And, her proposals are never as good as they should be because she rushes to meet the deadline.

When we do this to ourselves we bring on a lot of unneeded stress. We don’t have to feel this way. Sherri needs to start earlier when completing any task that she sees as a problem. Sherri could also hire someone who is an expert at proposals to help her finish on time. There are always ways to find help in a situation. Don’t let these types of things cause you to feel burned out on a consistent basis.

Put the Times Your Work at Home Productivity is Higher to Good Use

You know you better than anyone. You know when you are the most productive throughout the day. Don’t waste that time! Use those hours to tackle your most difficult work at home tasks, and save the easier tasks for when you aren’t as motivated. Don’t try to multitask all of the time. Divide your time wisely and you will definitely see the benefits. If you are the most productive and motivated from 8am until 10am in the mornings, don’t spend that time reading emails. Use that as your writing time or planning time or whatever you feel you need to work at the most. You should also save this time for any work that has a deadline. Even if the deadline isn’t close, you will have more of the work completed and you can focus on other things.

Have a Work at Home To-Do List

None of us can remember every little thing we need to do on a constant basis. Forgetting tasks until the last minute, or completely, can definitely lead to work at home burnout. Don’t let yourself become overwhelmed. Make a list each night—or each morning—of all the things that you need to complete during the day. You may want to keep weekly and monthly lists as well. As soon as you complete each task, mark it off of your list. I know it sounds like too simple of a practice, but it really does help. It keeps your mind in check and you don’t have as much stress from feeling as if you have to remember everything.

I hope that you have found this list of ways to avoid work at home burnout to be useful. I would love to hear your tips for relieving stress and avoiding burnout. Leave a comment below and tell me how you keep from getting burnt out when working at home.

Thank you for stopping by and have a blessed day!

Apr 092014
 

 

ID 10079553 300x300 <h1>Boost Your Blog Traffic Tip #3 – Blog Commenting </h1>

Blog commenting not only allows you to give feedback to a blogger, but can also help you increase your own blog traffic.
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Last week I offered up my first two boost your blog traffic tips: The Ultimate Blog Challenge and Guest Blogging. Today I want to talk to you about blog commenting.

One of the things that sets a blog apart from a website is the ability to post comments and engage visitor interaction. Blog visitors can let a blogger know how they felt about their post. They may agree with the post. They may disagree. They may even have something unique and valuable to add to the conversation.
But how will blog commenting (you commenting on other blogs) help you bring in more traffic to your blog?

As a blogger you want to continually create more ways for blog readers to find your blog. One of the ways you can do this is by commenting on other blogs. Every time you leave a comment, and you fill out the comment form, you are leaving a way for blog readers to find you. They can click on the highlighted link and make their way to your blog—keeping them there is up to you and your blog content.

If the blogs you are commenting on have certain plug-ins installed—such as CommentLuv or Livefyre—a link to your last blog post will show up below your comment. This allows viewers to see the title of your last post and follow the link directly to it. I use CommentLuv on this blog. I love it! 

Blog commenting can also help you procure guest posting spots. As a blogger, I often follow links to posts of bloggers who have left comments on my site. I have found several blogs I know follow just from those comments. If a fellow blogger likes what they see (from your comment and your own blog posts) they may feel inclined to ask you to guest post on their blog.

I hope you have found this boost your blog traffic tip on blog commenting helpful! Please check out the first two boost your blog traffic tips listed below:

Boost Your Blog Traffic Tip #1 – The Ultimate Blog Challenge

Boost Your blog Traffic Tip #2 – Guest Blogging

Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed day!

Apr 042014
 
ID 100101766 300x300 <h1>MCA Motor Club of America Associate   What is Your Motivation?</h1>

MCA Motor Club of America Associate, What is your motivation? “Image courtesy of Stuart Miles / FreeDigitalPhotos.net”.

Are you an MCA Motor Club of America Associate who just can’t seem to get your business off the ground? Have you tried everything you can think of to make your business successful, but just can’t catch a break? Most of us feel this way, at one time or another, through out our careers–no matter what type of business we are in. One of the keys to being a success is to be motivated. Without motivation, we won’t build our business to a level of success.

So I ask you, MCA Motor Club of America Associate, what is your motivation? Do you keep this motivation in mind when you are working your business? Are you properly motivated to begin with?

You need to be setting goals in your business. Small goals that will help you reach your larger goals. If you are struggling with your MCA Motor Club of America business, or any business for that matter, please take a look at the video below.

If you are a member of my MCA Motor Club of America team, meaning you signed up under me, please contact me for information on how to grow your business. If you are looking to join MCA, please leave a comment or drop me an email at info@MCAworkfromhome.com and I will gill you in on how you can be a success with MCA.

Have a blessed day.

 Posted by at 4:56 pm
Apr 042014
 
ID 100100989 300x225 <h1>How to Generate More Leads for Your Business Using Your Blog</h1>

Three tips to generate more leads for your business.
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If you are an online marketer, odds are you are constantly trying to find new ways to generate more leads for your business. Gathering leads can be tricky; however, it is your job to find people who are interested in purchasing your product or service. But how do you effectively generate quality leads for your business using your blog? Check out these 3 tips to help you with lead generation.

Write More Content

Whether you are trying to bring more traffic to your blog, raise your search engine ranking or generate more leads, writing useful content is one of the most important things you can do. Let me point out that just any content won’t work—you need to ensure that your content is top quality. Your content needs to be useful to your readers, not just give them fluff to read. Providing useful, keyword rich content—and lots of it—will provide entryways (urls) to your blog. The more entryways you have floating around the web, the easier your blog is to find. If you are writing just one post per week, you probably aren’t pulling in a lot of leads. If you don’t think this tip works, try increasing your blog posts to one post per day for several weeks (during the Ultimate Blog Challenge is a great time to try this out). Track your results. The more visitors you have to your blog, the more likely hood of reaching those who are interested in your product or service.

Make Sharing Your Content Easy

If you are looking to generate more leads for your business, you will want to make it super easy for blog viewers to share your posts. Add social media sharing tools to your blog. This allows readers to Tweet your posts on Twitter or share your posts on Facebook with ease. The easier it is to share your content, the more often people will take the time to share what you have written. While they may not be interested in what you have to offer, someone on their social media sites may be very interested.

Comment On Other Blogs

If you are looking to generate more leads for your business, you need to consider commenting on more blogs. When you leave a comment on someone’s blog, you generate a link back to your blog by filling out the comment form on the blogger’s website. If they utilize “CommentLuv”, you will also leave a link to your last post. If you are comment on popular, good-quality, blogs it can definitely help you to gain readers and generate more leads for your business. Try commenting on three to five relevant blogs per day for about a month and see what this practice can do for your blog.

There are several other ways to generate more leads for your business, but these three tips can definitely put you on your way to increasing your leads.

What lead generating tips do you have to offer? How do you generate leads?

Thanks for reading and have a blessed day!

Apr 032014
 

 

ID 100211047 300x225 <h1>Boost Your Blog Traffic Tip #2 – Guest Blogging</h1>

Guest blogging helps boost your blog traffic. “Image courtesy of Stuart Miles / FreeDigitalPhotos.net”.

If you stopped by my blog yesterday, you may have read the first post in my Boost Your Blog Traffic Series. I hope you enjoyed it. Today I want to offer up tip #2 in building your blog traffic – guest blogging. Guest blogging allows you to make new connections with other bloggers and to increase the amount of people you reach with your posts. Whether you are working a work from home opportunity, such as Motor Club of America (my personal work from home choice), or running a “mommy” blog, increasing the amount of people you reach with your posts is crucial. Here is how guest posting can help increase your traffic and build a bigger following for your blog.

Guest blogging helps build your standing as an authority figure.

When you guest blog, you write a post that will appear on another person’s blog. It will help you gather links back to your website and help build your presence as an authority in your field. After all, the person you are guest blogging for most likely doesn’t choose just anyone to post on their blog. Their readers trust their opinions and decisions, which is why they follow the blogger’s blog. By allowing you to post on their blog, the blogger is saying “Hey, take a look at this person’s post, they have something to offer you.”. This helps build your standing as an authority figure and someone who can be trusted.

Guest blogging helps spread the word about your blog

Your guest post will reach people and allow you to gain new readers. The readers of the the blog you are guest posting on have most likely never even heard of you or your blog. It allows you to spread your knowledge and information to individuals who aren’t familiar with what you have to say or what you do. If they find value in your guest post, they will follow your link over to your blog to see what else you have to say. This is a great way to build readership and make new connections.

Guest blogging drives traffic to your blog from search engines.

We all want search engine love, but it isn’t always easy to get. Guest blogging can help you gain traffic through the search engines—if done correctly. First off, you want to ensure that your content is quality. Second, you want to ensure that you aren’t guest posting for just any old site that will accept your post. Links from spammy, low quality, websites aren’t going to help you and will be looked poorly upon by the search engines. Chose websites that offer quality content and provide real worth to readers—then, do the same yourself.

If you have content you feel would engage my readers and grow their businesses, please feel free to drop me an email at info@MCAworkfromhome.com.

Thank you for stopping by and have a blessed day!

 Posted by at 3:10 pm
Apr 022014
 
UBC bannerbox Boost Your Blog Traffic Tip #1 – Join the Ultimate Blog Challenge</h1>

Boost your blog traffic tip #1 – take the Ultimate Blog Challenge!

Looking to increase your blog traffic, gain more followers and increase your sales? If so, you will want to follow along with my boost your blog traffic tip series. Over the next few posts, I will be offering valuable information to help you increase the amount of traffic to your blog, which can also help increase the amount of products or services you sale—depending on the business of your blog.

For today’s boost your blog traffic tip, I want to introduce you to a online quarterly event that can help you increase your blog traffic. It is the Ultimate Blog Challenge, hosted by Michelle Shaeffer and Michele Scism. This event challenges the participants to post one blog post per day for a month. Now you may be asking why you should take this challenge and how it well help boost your blog traffic. I’m glad you asked. Let’s explore.

1. Keeps you disciplined.

Anyone who runs a blog—personal or business—knows that it can be difficult to stay disciplined where writing blog posts is concerned. When you begin your blog, you are excited and ready to post almost every day. Then the excitement turns to monotony. You start focusing on other parts of your business and you forget to post regularly. Or, it just doesn’t seem important. If you want to continue to bring visitors to your blog, you must write blog posts. The Ultimate Blog Challenge will help you build that discipline; you may not continue to post every day after the challenge, but you will better understand the importance of frequent blog posts. Frequent blog posts bring more traffic to your blog.

2. Builds your blog readership.

When you join the Ultimate Blog Challenge, you agree to read and share posts from other bloggers. At the same time, other bloggers are reading and sharing your blog posts. This helps to build up a following. Whether you gain a follower from the list of bloggers, or someone they share your post with, someone along the way will enjoy what you have written. Then that person will share your post—and so on, and so on. You need blog readers, you want blog readers. Working together the Ultimate Blog Challenge bloggers help to build a larger blog readership for each other.

3. Builds connections.

There is just something about connecting with other bloggers that I find…ummmm….helpful. Most of the people who read my blog are individuals interested in signing up with Motor Club of America or Motor Club of America associates who need help with building their business. I need these people to read my blog. It grows my business and increases my income. However, I also feel I need other bloggers to read my blog as well. Bloggers see your blog differently than potential customers. They have an understanding regarding how this whole thing works and how it needs to work in order to grow your business. Even the best blogger in the world can benefit from feedback from others with the same goals—to increase our readership and grow our businesses. We need the interaction that can come about from taking the Ultimate Blog Challenge.

4. Creates a habit.

Humans are creatures of habit—which also includes bloggers! If we participate in an activity long enough, it seeps into our brains and develops into something that simply becomes natural. If you are determined to blog long-term, you need your blogging ritual to become a habit. Participating in the challenge, even if you only post 20 out of the 31 days, creates that type of habit. You want to get into a routine with your blog. A routine where writing a blog post is as common as checking your email. Once you have built that habit, posting to your blog won’t seem like a chore—it will simply be an activity that you complete in order to grow your blog and your business.

It isn’t too late to join the Ultimate Blog Challenge. Just click on the link provided and follow the instructions. I am sure that you will find this first boost your blog traffic tip beneficial.

As always, if you are interested in learning more about Motor Club of America, leave a comment or send an email to info@MCAworkfromhome.com.

Happy blogging. Have a blessed day.

Mar 262014
 

 

ID 100116072 300x199 <h1>5 Reasons Your Home Business Will Fail</h1>

Confused about why your home business is failing? Check out these 5 common reasons home businesses fail.

No one starts building their home business with the philosophy that it will fail. Most people begin their new businesses full of excitement and vigor. Ready to take the world by storm, with hopes of becoming successful early on. Unfortunately, this doesn’t happen for most entrepreneurs. While excitement toward their home business is a wonderful thing, every home business owner needs a good dose of realism and to embrace the concept of hard work and strategy.

Any business is only worth the time and hard work put into building it up. It won’t become a success over night. If you are a home business owner and you want to ensure your success, you first need to come face to face with the most common reasons that business may fail. Believe it or not many of those reasons have to do with not treating your business like a REAL job. Your home business, if you are working it to earn an income, is a real business. Let’s break this down a little and examine 5 reasons your home business will fail if you don’t take it seriously.

Allowing Yourself to Simply Not Work Because You are the Boss

When you are your own boss, it can be easy to decide to let yourself take a few hours, or an entire day off from work. I mean who is going to say anything to you for skipping work a little here and there? You might think that missing a little work time won’t effect your business, but you may be wrong. We all know that we need a little time off from time to time; however, we have to be choosey in when we take that time off—and to what length we can afford to be missing in action. Missing a day of work every now and then won’t destroy your business. It is when those days become frequent and we become accustomed to taking a lot of time off. While being your own boss can be freeing, you must ensure that that freedom doesn’t turn into recklessness with your home business.

Not Setting Regular Work Hours for Your Home Business

I can’t think of any (outside of the home) business that lets you come in and work whenever you want—without having regular business hours. So, why do you think you can do this with your business? Building a home business takes hard work. You are going to have to put the time in before you see any real results; that won’t happen if you are working 3 hours today, 1 hour tomorrow and 8 hours the next day. Set regular business hours and stay consistent. It doesn’t mean that you can’t change your work time if you have an appointment or an emergency. It just means that you are dedicated to running your business and making it a success.

Wasting Time with Busy Work or Insignificant Tasks

Do you obsess over checking your email? Do you spend far too much time on Facebook? Are you more of a blog reader than a blog post writer? While all of these things need to be done during the course of your business day, it is very possible to spend too much time on each task. You want to ensure that you are getting to the real work at hand and not just spending all of your time with busy work. Don’t check your email every hour. Set aside a specified time, maybe twice a day, to check your business email. Plan your Facebook posts ahead of time, so you can complete your posting and move on to other productive tasks.

Let Yourself Become Easily Distracted

When your office is also your home, distractions are all around you. Not only can you become distracted by things you find online, but also by things in your home. Television is a big distraction for many home business owners. Maybe housework and laundry are a big distraction for you. Whatever your main distractions may be, you need to set aside a time for these things and refuse to allow any distractions to cut into your work time.

Not Properly Tracking All of Your Work Activities

If you are running a home business and you aren’t organized, you need to pick up some organizational skills. It is important to know exactly what activities and tasks need to be completed each day and work through each of those items in a timely manner. If your home business requires you to meet specific deadlines, you need a way of tracking each item to ensure it is completed on time. Try keeping a list of all of the tasks you have at hand and check each one off as you finish that task. If you start letting tasks fall between the cracks, your business may not last long.

Thank you for stopping by and reading today’s post. If you would like to learn more about Motor Club of America, please leave a comment or send an email to info@MCAworkfromhome.com.

Have a blessed day!

Feb 262014
 

ID 100207656 300x249 Top 3 Reasons You Need a Blog for Your Business

If you aren’t using a blog for your business, you are losing sales. “Image courtesy of Stuart Miles / FreeDigitalPhotos.net”.

Let me begin by asking a question; do you have a business blog? If you answered no to this question, let me guess why you aren’t utilizing a blog for your business.

1. I’m just not into blogging.

2. Blogging is just too time consuming.

3. I don’t think that blogging is really worth it. It really isn’t effective.

4. I wouldn’t know what to blog about.

Did I get it right? Are these some of the reasons you haven’t decided to start a business for your blog? I have heard many other excuses as to why people don’t want to start a blog for their business and I normally leave the conversation shaking my head. While it is true that blogging can be time consuming, if you want to increase sales, find more customers and grow your business—you need a blog. I am going to give you 3 of the top reasons you should blogging. Ready? Read on.

A blog gives you authority.

When consumers look for a product or service they want or need, they look to an authoritative figure—be it a business or a person—to help them make their purchasing choice. They want to know that the business they are purchasing from is credible and trustworthy. This is where having a blog for your business comes in. If you are posting interesting, and relevant, content regarding your product or service you’re knowledge on the subject matter. As consumers read your posts, they come to understand you know what you are talking about and you become the go-to blog when they want to find information about the product or service you offer. You now have authority. You are the guy, or gal, with the information. This type of scenario also happens with word-of-mouth; however, individuals can’t run back to you every time they want to go over what you originally told them. If you have a blog set up for your business, they can revisit anytime they want.

A blog helps customers find you.

You may think that having a website is all you need to gain traffic—and your ½ way correct. When you build a website each page on that site receives a unique URL that will be broadcast (hopefully) across the search engines, allowing potential customers to find you. If you have a 10 page website, that means there are 10 different gateways by which you can be found. Now, let’s say you don’t have a static website (check this link for the differences in blogs and websites), but you have a blog that you regularly update. And let us say that you post 72 blog posts over the next 6 months—which means you updated around 3 times a week. Now you have 72 additional gateways by which customers can find your business. Like web pages, blog posts receive their own unique URLs that potential customers may stumble upon through the search engines. Ensure that you are providing relevant, useful content and your readers will keep coming back for more.

A blog makes you approachable.

When you are attempting to attract customers, you don’t want to seem like just another impersonal company. You want your customers to relate to your products and services. You want them to feel like your company is accessible and that it cares about its customers. A blog can help you do just that. Your blog posts allow you to show off your company’s personality, as well as offer quality information to your customers. Because individuals can leave a comment on your blog posts (if you don’t have comments enabled on your blog, change that like yesterday) they can ask questions and give you feedback on the services and products they have already used.

I could continue this blog and offer tons more information about why you need a blog for your business—there are so many advantages. If you have any questions or would like to know more reason on why you need a blog for your business, please feel free to comment below or send an email to info@MCAworkfromhome.com.

Thanks and have a blessed day.

 Posted by at 9:35 pm
Feb 172014
 

I get a lot of questions about how I’ve used a blog to market my business. In answering these questions I have found that many people are confused about the differences in a blog Vs. website. If you are one of these people, don’t feel bad; I too was not completely educated about the differences when I began my work from home journey. 

Let’s just start by pointing out that blogs and websites are completely different creatures. They can, and do, have similarities, but contain different elements and have very different purposes. To know which creature you need, blog Vs. website, you must first understand how each differs from the other so you can decide which one is best for you and your business. 

Content

When you frequent a blog, you will notice that the content changes—if it is updated properly. The content (or blog posts) will change depending on the blog writer’s content schedule. They may update their blog once per day, twice per week, twice per month—but the content will update and change. If you visit entrepreneur Michelle Shaeffer’s blog, the first page you see will contain a summary of her latest posts. Click on the title of any of the posts from that day and you can read the entire post. Blogs showcase content in reverse chronological order, meaning that the freshest content will be at the top of the blog summary page—with older posts being being underneath based on the post date.

At the bottom of each post you will also find a place where you can comment on her content. You can share your opinion, ask questions or simply thank her for the information. Comments make a blog interactive. They give the reader the opportunity to share their views on the content and can allow the blog owner the opportunity to expand their thoughts and begin a real conversation on the subject.

When you visit the main page of a website you will see static information. I’m going to use the Jenny Craig website as an example; only because it is that time of year when everyone thinks about getting healthy and geared up for Summer. The website shows off information about the Jenny Craig program. When you click on the tabs at the top of the page you are taken to pages of “static” information that tell you all about the program and offer tips and hints for your weight loss journey. While the content will most likely be revamped over time, it doesn’t include content that is updated on a regular basis. I do want to point out that this website does host links to weight loss blogs, although it isn’t an actual blog. 

Unlike a blog, there is also not a place to leave a comment regarding the information on each page. This website is here to show information about the program and to sell products and services. It is an online advertisement. And other than the forum that this particular website offers its viewers, the communication only goes one way—from the website owner to the website viewer. 

Overall Feel

Websites normally have a more professional feel. The content is often written more formally. Blogs, however, are often written in a less formal way. The goal of a blog is to put out informative/educational information about a topic. The topics may vary depending on what is going on in the blogger’s life or what topic the blogger wishes to educate her readers about. While websites can also offer educational/informative content, it is normally geared toward the service or product the website is showcasing. 

Conclusion

Simply put, think of a website as an online storefront—where you go to purchase a service or product—and think of a blog as an online magazine—where you go to read regularly updated information about a topic or somehow related topics—example: a parenting site that talks about topics related to babies and children. 

I hope this has helped clear up some of the differences between blog Vs. website. If you still have questions, please leave a comment or contact me at info@mcaworkfromhome.com.

Have a blessed day!

pixel <h1>Blog Vs. Website: Arent the Two the Same? </h1>