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Lori Mcnee has been voted one of the top 100 most powerful women on Twitter. She's built an extremely popular blog and she'd done all of this in the span of about a year by focusing on a targeted niche. Here's a few of the highlights from our conversation:
  • The Importance of having 10 or more Articles on Your Blog to Start
  • How To Use the Look of Your Blog to Connect with Your Audience
  • How Your Twitter Username can Impact the People Who Follow You
  • Why Automated Twitter Tools Suck
  • How to Brand Yourself Online Based on Your Unique Selling Proposition
  • The Importance of Paying Attention to Your Personal Interests
  • How to Effectively Use Video on Your Blog
Lori McNee is a professional, nationally recognized working artist & blogger. On her popular art blog, FineArtTips.com, Lori shares her unique artistic perspective, art tips and art business, and Social Media advice for her fellow artists.  Lori currently ranks as one of the "Most Influential Artists" on Twitter.

Originally aired about 6 years ago.

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