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biz ladies: d*s videos from lavish

by Grace Bonney

Whew! It’s been a busy few days for us but today Amy and I are finally hopping back on a plane and heading home to Brooklyn. On Sunday morning I spoke at the Lavish conference in Atlanta and shared my tips for “going pro” with your blog (Thanks to everyone who came out at 9am- yikes that was early!). I promised that I would share them here so that people didn’t have to jot down notes really quickly and so that all of the readers here could share in the advice. I’ve re-recorded my talk into two 10 minute videos: Getting your Blog Ready for Going Pro (Content and Efficiency) and Diving into Advertising. If you’ve ever thought about trying to support yourself (or just a small side income) with your blog, this video will (hopefully) be a big help. Enjoy! xo, grace

Video 1: Getting your Blog Ready for Going Pro (Content and Efficiency)

Video 2: Diving into Advertising

*For more advertising advice: Click here for bloggers and here for advertisers (business owners)

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