10 Types of Great Blog Content {Blogging for Makers Podcast}

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Grab a cup of coffee and hang out with Tim and Kim for the next thirty minutes as we talk about 10 Types of Great Blog Content. These 10 ideas combined are all the “formula” you need to build an outstanding blog!

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    • says

      Thanks so much, Nicole! I really appreciate your feedback. Since it was the first one we didn’t know if anyone would even listen. :) Great shop!

      ~Kim

  1. says

    Hi Tim and Kim, You guys have done a grrrrrreat job with EverythingEtsy’s blog, which I consider a trustworthy and reliable. Off to check out handmade tickle.com
    Have a terrific week!
    M

    • says

      Hi MCatherine!

      Thanks so much for your sweet comment! I feel like we’ve known each other for years, and I enjoy watching your Etsy shop grow!

      Have a fabulous week!

      ~Kim

  2. says

    Tim and Kim ~ Thanks so much for this podcast! I just listened to it this morning and took notes! I have slacked with blogging and would like to be more consistent this year. Last year I had the bright idea of having an art blog (Lana Manis) and an everyday blog (Honeysuckle Lane)… and now I am doubly overwhelmed. I think I need to condense them again. I just have to decide which one to use. I look forward to putting your tips to use! :)

  3. says

    Hi Kim and Tim !
    I thoughly enjoyed your podcast . I blog for our favor site and sometimes am just stumped on content. I, too spend a lot of time on images. I’m glad to know I’m not the only one. I also have 2 etsy shops http://www.etsy.com/Reimaginations and http://www.etsy.com/ReimagineVintage. Everything I heard today will be of tremendous help and I plan to begin implementing your ideas today! So I’m off to add handmadetickle to my home page. Thank you! Paula

  4. Sarah Fitzmaurice says

    Thank you both so much. I love listening to you. I find it so much more effective to learn stuff this way. And you have a nice relaxed, approachable style, there’s a good dynamic between you too. Thanks again!

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