I know many of you have requested that we have more mom bloggers on the show. First, let me say one of the reasons we haven’t had as many as you would like is because I’m a 33-year-old bachelor - and I simply don’t know who many of the mom bloggers are. If you know of some you think would make great guests for the show, let us know!
Fortunately, when I do find them, I find people like Danielle Smith who are really at the top of their game. Danielle is absolutely brilliant and I think you’ll love this interview.
Here are some highlights from our chat:
Having a Mission and Message Behind Your Blog - Regardless of What You’re Writing About
How to Organically Incorporate Brands into Your Content to Get Their Attention
An In-Depth Look at Working at Big Brands - Like Procter and Gamble, ConAgra, and Others
How Danielle Leveraged Her Background as a Television News Anchor to Create Killer Video Content
Amazing Opportunities that Emerged Just By Staying the Course
How to Rapidly Improve Your Video Skills - In just 10 days
Why You Need to Operate from a Place of Abundance
The Importance of Thinking About Your Next Move
Why Instagram Creates an Amazing Relationship With Your Online Presence
The Untapped Gem of Live Video
A Look Inside Danielle’s First Book that She Co-Wrote With Aliza Sherman
Insights into Getting Media Attention
Some resources and people mentioned in this episode include:
Some takeaway action tips from this episode include:
Record one video each day for the next ten days
Create a Pinterest board for five things that interest you
Danielle Smith is a connector, believer in good, drinker of wine, lover of high heels, correspondent, speaker, host, author, former TV anchor, and Mom. She writes at Extraordinary Mommy. You can follow her on twitter @DanielleSmithTV.If you liked this article, would you share it with your friends? Just click here to post it to Twitter.
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