Join the Tailwind Tribes for the Teacher Blogger Seller Network (It’s Free!)

July 8, 2019 by kelseynhayes No Comments

The Teacher Blogger Seller Network set up Tailwind Tribes in order to better amplify each other’s content and to work smarter with our Pinterest strategy. The tribes are open for collaboration with any teacher bloggers or Teachers Pay Teachers sellers, so I wanted to post them all here to invite you to join! If you aren’t familiar with Tailwind and want to read why it’s a…

Why You Need Tailwind If You’re a Teacher Blogger or Teachers Pay Teachers Seller

July 8, 2019 by kelseynhayes No Comments

It is no secret that the majority of many bloggers’ traffic comes from Pinterest. For me, 95% of this blog’s traffic comes from Pinterest!  With a bit of luck and by paying attention to trends, one can have a pin go viral. However, while that is awesome, it is not a sustainable model for a blogger or TPTer to bank on. For a blogger or seller…

How to Move a Blog to a Self-Hosted WordPress Blog with Siteground

December 31, 2017 by kelseynhayes 5 Comments

*This post contains affiliate links* Hey y’all! A common conversation I have with teacher bloggers is that they want to start a self-hosted teacher blog as they become more serious about their blog and/or Teachers Pay Teachers store, but they’re nervous to make the switch because they don’t want to “lose everything”. If this applies to you…I have some GOOD NEWS! When you decide to move to…

How to Start a WordPress Teacher Blog on Siteground in 15 minutes

December 31, 2017 by kelseynhayes 16 Comments

*This post contains affiliate links* Hey, y’all! If you’ve been following along on my blog for a while, you know that I have really enjoyed helping other teachers learn to start their professional blogs to help them achieve whatever goals they may have, whether they’re wanting to become a thought leader in their niche, share ideas with teachers in their area, or to showcase their products…

How to Triple Your Teacher Blog’s Email List

December 21, 2017 by kelseynhayes 2 Comments

*This post may contain affiliate links* Some questions I get emailed to me a lot are “How can I grow my email list for my blog?” and “How do you offer free things in exchange for someone subscribing to an email list?” My answer to both of those questions is the same: ConvertKit.  When I started on this blogging journey and decided it was something I wanted…

Ed Tech Tip of the Week: PlayPosit

July 7, 2017 by kelseynhayes No Comments

Hey, y’all! I’m back for the fourth installment of “EdTech Tip of the Week” and this week I’m featuring PlayPosit! You can find all of the other EdTech Tip of the Week posts here. What It Is PlayPosit is a website that allows you to add interactivity to streaming video content—yes, like YouTube! You can literally have a streaming video stop, and you can add questions…

How to Grow Your Blog in One Simple Step

July 7, 2017 by kelseynhayes 3 Comments

*This post may contain affiliate links* Hey y’all! If you’ve been following the blog this summer you’ve seen that I’ve been writing about How to Start a Teacher Blog and have been helping people through the process of getting started. Over the past couple of weeks I’ve talked to not only brand new teacher bloggers, but also established bloggers who want to grow their brand and…

Want to Start a Teacher Blog? You Must Do This First

June 28, 2017 by kelseynhayes 3 Comments

Hey, y’all! I wrote recently about Why You Should Start a Teacher Blog This Summer and that post has sparked some questions from some of you regarding how to get started. If you’re convinced you want to start a teacher blog already, you must do this first: figure out your “What”. In the blogging world, this is usually called your niche. Once you figure out what…



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