Posts by NikkiLanta 4
Thanks to following the course on WA and implementing everything I've learned, I managed to get a new client for my Virtual Assistant business last week!She found my blog on my VA website - it was on page 1 at position 3 under the keywords 'Solopreneur VA + social media'. I was so surprised as I only started my VA blog in March and have only written two posts for it so far. Still, even with only two posts, people are finding my website and I made it onto page 1 of Google. I just checked the
I feel so dumb that this took me as long as it did to figure out... I've been adding affiliate links to my blog for a couple of months now but had problems with some of the code not showing the images. I got around it by saving the images to my computer, uploading them to my blog and then adding my affiliate link to the image. Some codes worked but quite a few didn't. After a while, I decided I really needed to figure out what the problem was.Eventually, I realised it was my ad blocker! DO
If you have an existing website being hosted outside of WA, it makes sense to transfer it over to WA to save yourself an unnecessary expense. This is what I decided to do with my Virtual Assistant website, but I have to admit moving websites around kind of scares me and I was clueless about how to do it. So, if you're in the same boat, this post should hopefully be helpful to you.I also wanted to redesign my website, and I decided to completely rebuild it by setting up a siterubix site with t
I'm loving this course and learning so much from it and everyone in the community. I had a blog a few years ago about my life as an expat living on Koh Lanta, in Thailand, but I had absolutely no idea how to blog well or that you could make money from it. I didn't even think to research how to write a good blog. It was more like a very public journal of my life here. Fast forward five years and I'm now a member of WA, learning how to set up a blog in a more strategic way and hopefully make