I’ve been creating content as my full-time job for more than three years now, but it’s taken seriously hard work, long hours and a rollercoaster journey to get here. Oh, and let’s throw in a global pandemic for good measure.
It’s such a new industry so there’s been loads of trial and error involved in making my way up as a content creator, but it doesn’t have to be that way!
After years of constant research, testing, failing and succeeding, I want to share my secrets and help you build your blog faster and more easily.
This is a one-stop-shop to setting up, growing and monetising. I hope it’s helpful!
I have been with FastComet for about three years now and I cannot recommend them enough, they are absolutely brilliant. They’re lesser known than the big hosts but I have found them to be excellent value, they offer 24/7 live chat service, and they go above and beyond to help with issues (even those that aren’t directly related to hosting).
I edit all my photos using Adobe Lightroom on my laptop which requires a monthly subscription, however the Lightroom mobile app is free.
For videos I generally use Adobe Premiere Pro or if I’m just doing an easy Reel I’ll use the InShot app.
I have my own presets that I use on my photos when editing in Adobe Lightroom, but I have tried many presets in the past and can recommend some good ones. These are some of my favourites:
If you need any web development work, here are some of the superstars I’ve used in the past:
2021 was my self-appointed Year of Learning, and I told myself I’d say yes to signing up to any course that caught my eye. And it was a great success! While it was the worst year of all-time in terms of travel and tourism, I smashed my goals around web traffic, monetisation and upskilling.
There are so many courses out there and I know it can be difficult to know what ones are worth the money, so I wanted to share my honest reviews of some of the different courses I have invested in recently. I have looked into most major courses that focus on blogging, Instagram and photography, so if you’re considering a course that I haven’t mentioned, it’s quite likely that I researched it and decided not to purchase it for whatever reason. Feel free to flick me a message on Instagram with the course name and I’ll let you know if I decided against it or just hadn’t heard of it 😊
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