What it’s about:

Emma’s list of 20 things that are tried and true, and helped her gain 50K+ monthly blog views!

Who it’s for:

Aspiring blog writers, starters in marketing, start-up business owners, anyone interested in (mostly) organic growth.

What we think:

Engaging, very down-to-earth read. This is a list of strategies that Emma used to increase her subscription list. Best of all, most of them are free!
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eBook description by Emma Norris of  A Girl In Progress:

Have you just started blogging and are feeling overwhelmed by everything you need to do make it a success?

Or perhaps you’ve been blogging for a while, but it hasn’t quite set the world on fire — and that dream of being a full-time blogger feels like it’s slipping further and further away.

Take a deep breath and pour yourself a coffee, girl, because I’ve got you covered! In this comprehensive eBook, I cover the 20 tried-and-tested strategies I used personally to gain over 50,000 unique viewers in just three months of blogging — plus build a mailing list of 1000 subscribers and monetise my blog.

It’s packed with practical and easy-to-digest info about the things you can do TODAY to start driving boatloads of traffic AND make money off it.

About A Girl In Progress

A Girl In Progress is a lifestyle blog for women who are working on themselves, for themselves. We believe it’s possible to strive to become the best version of yourself, while simultaneously accepting yourself exactly as you are.

We’re for the uni student who’s still trying to figure what she wants to do after she graduates. We’re for the girl who works out 4 times per week, but still eats ice-cream daily. We’re for the girl who’s working a full-time job to pay the bills while starting her own business on the side. We’re for the girl who would sometimes rather stay in and binge-watch Netflix than go to that networking event. We’re for you, the girl in progress.

About the author

Emma Norris is a Sydney-based freelance writer, social media manager, fitness junkie and pizza addict. Her words have appeared in publications like Sporteluxe, Cosmopolitan, URBANSWEAT, The Cusp, Wanderluxe, Take 5 and TV Week. Having worked in the media industry, Emma noticed a trend of influencers and bloggers who present a polished, perfect image of themselves. As someone who worships at the altar of carbs, almost always has a bird nest-sized knot in her hair and falls over/drops food/says something awkward at least once a day, she couldn’t relate. So, she decided to start her own blog — one that celebrates being raw, real and perfectly imperfect.