Have you ever wondered how to send viewers straight to a pertinent piece of information in a post/page? We call those jump links or anchor links, and they frequently occur within a table of contents or as a way to direct viewers to recipe cards, lists, or a different page. Creating a jump link is quite easy and a great little trick to have in your arsenal.
The proper use of relationship tags is a vital part of SEO. Most people first learn the concept when inserting text links within a blog post or page. But, there are also times when it may be beneficial to use nofollow tags in your navigation menu links.
What is an employer identification number and do I need one? Both are really great questions. It can be a bit confusing sometimes to understand all of the ins and outs of being self-employed.
Because there are so many possible scenarios for this topic, I will try to be as general as possible. However, you should note that I am mostly speaking to bloggers, freelancers, and the like. So, take that into consideration as you read through this post.
One question many bloggers have about what they do is how to label what they do. Am I a blogger? Am I a graphic designer who just happens to blog? Am I a travel expert? etc. Normally, it is nothing more than a bothersome dilemma that occurs when one is developing their elevator pitch. That is until you’re filling out your tax return and the IRS presents you with that empty box requesting a business activity code. WHAT???
Did you know that blogger’s insurance and insurance for vloggers, influencers, and other media publishing jobs is a real thing? Well, it is. And if you are actively doing any of those, you may want to consider investing in coverage for yourself and/or your small business. Here’s why.