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Beth Walker

Beth Walker

Beth Walker is a wife and mom. Her daily life currently includes cheering on her three guys from the sidelines of multiple athletic events as well as balancing work as a virtual assistant and writing on her blog Lessons from the Sidelines and contributing to The Glorious Table and Sisters in Sports. She usually has a cup of coffee close at all times.

Recent Posts

A Simple Social Media Strategy for Bloggers

Do the words Social Media Strategy stir up frustration? There is so much going on with social these days it’s hard to know what to do and who to trust. It seems the only thing many people can agree on is that there are a lot of smart people who.

Frustrated with Inconsistent Website Traffic? Try Blogging

The most frequent comment I receive from fellow bloggers is “Ugh! My numbers are dropping again!” It’s great to see so many people begin to take steps to understand and track their analytics with Google’s free tools, but I find that similar to.

New Blogging Trend: Short Form Blogging

Have you noticed longer posts from people you follow on social lately? Instead of taking the time to craft a blog post and then link it to social, some bloggers are choosing to use every character available to them on Instagram or Facebook to.

Favorite Digital Marketing Blogs Round-Up

Whether I’m looking for inspiration or to solve a problem, I’m more likely to seek out a trusted source than to hunt for an answer through a search engine. Still, it’s great to learn from a variety of authors instead of just depending on one or.

How Clickbait Headlines Hurt Your Website

Have you ever clicked on a link that made you wonder if you had just downloaded a virus? Ever read a blog post and double check the title confused as to why you clicked on the link in the first place? Have you ever encountered headlines that over.

Why (and How) to Prioritize Blogging

Building a business is hard work. There are hundreds of decisions to make every day. As the owner, you are the expert and final decision maker, but there is only so much time in each day. Prioritizing tasks is necessary, but when it comes to.

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