Someone yesterday asked me how I manage to get my photos to all be the same size and fit into the content area. For instance, my content area is a bit over 700 pixels; something like 716.
So I go to Picmonkey and resize my photos to 700 pixels for posting. Click on the paragraph title above to get the info.
I was getting constant emails from frustrated readers who were not getting my emailed posts each day with Feedburner. I switched to Mad Mimi. And do you know I’ve garnered about 20 new subscribers a week since doing so?
I was quite surprised by this added bonus. I have had 468 new sign ups since switching to Mad Mimi back in late spring.
I don’t have an Etsy shop. But I know many of you do. Did you know you could sync your Etsy shop listings so you can easily add them to your newsletters? Another way to advertise! Read about that here.
I pay $26 dollars a month for the Mad Mimi services. It is well worth it to me. My readers are happily receiving their daily emails. I’ve only had three readers email that they were not getting theirs.
I got in touch with Mad Mimi on the Chat feature, and within minutes I was able to figure out the problem.
Where Do I Design My Blog Headers?
I use Picmonkey to design my blog headers. I pay for the premium, which I think cost me $24.99 a year. And boy do I get my money’s worth!
I take the graphics I buy on Etsy and bring them into Picmonkey under Overlays. You simply pay on Etsy and will then be given a download. I then take the download to Picmonkey and do what I want with it. Easy-peasy!
Click on the banner below to go see what I’m so excited about!
Where To Find Blogger Templates For A Quick Redesign?
Here is the link to Customizable Blogger Templates. This means they will work with Blogger’s Custom Designer. You will find this on the left-hand side. This is on Etsy.
Here is Envye’s URL.
Here is a tutorial on switching templates. It also gives a lot of other valuable information for bloggers.
Where Do I Find Blog Graphics For Blog Design?
I’m often asked this question as well. I just go to Etsy. And in the Search, I write something like “Blog Graphics.”
If I’m searching for a particular graphic, say for the holidays, I might type in “Blog Graphics For Christmas,” or “Christmas Blog Graphics.”
I love to support small business owners and Etsy. So I give my business to Etsy as often as I can. As Martha Stewart would say: “It’s a good thing.”
If you are just starting a blog, or want to start one, you can find information here, at StartBloggingOnline.com.
Now, for you readers that are not bloggers, the above info will be of no use to you. So I’ve found some printables to share for Thanksgiving…