I get it. Building an online presence is tough - especially when you're going at it alone. Without any help. Or advice. Growing your blog and online presence should be really enjoyable.
It shouldn't be you throwing every strategy at the wall trying to see if it'll stick. It shouldn't be you getting frustrated because you don't know what to focus on next.
Managing your online presence should be exactly why you started doing it in the first place - because you love it. Because you have a voice. Because you want to build a community.
That's why you need A Branch Of Holly.
I've been doing this for years. I deliver workshops on building an online presence and I've also won two national blogging awards. I have been exactly where you are right now. And I want to give you what I didn't have then - strategies that really work, the best tips you can implement right now and a thriving community to go along with it.
I spent three years drifting from job to job managing other people's social media account and writing other people's blog posts.
Before long, it hit me: maybe the 9-5 office life wasn't for me. I spent most of my days wishing things could be different, wishing that I could follow my main passion - helping people.
Why was I putting myself through this when the rest of my life was waiting for me to make things happen?
I knew I had to do something about it.
Deep down, I knew there was a different path for me. I knew I was made for more. I knew I started A Branch of Holly for a bigger purpose.
At the time when I wanted to make a change, I was lucky that my blog was really taking off. I was connecting with fellow bloggers and business owners on social media, and eventually built up my knowledge and skills enough that I could think about offering services. Then I got my first client. And my second. And my third.
For four months, I spent every waking minute working.
By day, I was just working my day job. By nights and weekends, I dedicated myself to my blog and new business.
Then came a point where I leapt into full-time self-employment. Since then, I've never looked back.
Today you'll find me living my dream of being a Magazine Editor, creating a monthly digital magazine - Blogging Breakthrough, as well as working with other bloggers and business owners to help them manage their content and analytics processes.
You'll also find me hanging out in our Facebook group, The Blogging Breakthrough community and creating content on my blog to help you get breakthrough after breakthrough with your online presence.
I love it. So much.
I'm so grateful that I get to do what I've always wanted to do - help people like YOU.
"Peonies grow through the dirt, and so do we. Why not grow through this together?"