How to Write an About Page (No. 2 Pen reblog)

Now that you’ve written your Blogger Bio, it’s time to really dig into your blog and what you hope to accomplish with it by creating an About Page. Although many blog templates include a sample About Page, you’ll want to do more than just pull out the boilerplate text (that would be the Latin or nonsense text that shows of formatting but is essentially useless). Fellow Blogathoner Sara Lancaster of No. 2 Pen has some great advice on crafting About Pages for individuals and business blogs at: How to Write Web Content for an About Page | No. 2 Pen Blog.

I couldn’t say it better myself, so I’m not going to try (yet, anyway). Prolific bloggers will want to pay particular attention to the concept of an About Section. Even if you don’t have enough content to fill and entire section right now, it is an excellent roadmap for developing your blog in the future as you become more and more successful.

Ask The Headhunter: 4 Best Ways to get a Job

Ask The Headhunter: 4 Best Ways to get a Job

This advice works for freelancers as well as for those looking for a full-time job. In fact, it might work better for freelancers.  

Ask The Headhunter: The Four Best (Not Easiest!) Ways to Land a Job | The Business Desk with Paul Solman | PBS NewsHour | PBS.