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Crafterminds: A Creative Blogger’s Resource

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I know that a lot of you who read blogs are actually bloggers yourselves – and given that you are here at The New Home Ec, you might even be a creative blogger. Being a creative blogger myself, I know how hard it can be to find resources on how to blog, special considerations for craft bloggers and even a community to be part of.

That is why I wanted to introduce the Crafterminds site to you – it fulfills all of the needs I mentioned and more. Started by Heather Mann of Dollar Store Crafts fame, Crafterminds is a great online resource for educational articles from writers all over the blogosphere (including yours truly). In addition, there are two weekly Twitter chats to connect with other likeminded bloggers (every Monday at 4pm and 8pm EST, hashtag #crafterminds).

There are so many great articles on Crafterminds that you’ll be reading for days . . . but I thought I should give you a taste of what to expect by choosing my ten favorites.

  1. Why Pinterest Makes Me Want to Cry Sometimes
  2. How to Review a Product You Hate
  3. Dealing with Craft Block and Writer’s Block
  4. How to Blog to Reach Your Readers
  5. Help! Someone Stole My Blog Post
  6. Blogging For Bucks
  7. Craft Room Confidential: Real Work Spaces
  8. 10 Ways to Promote Other Blogs
  9. Creating a Media Kit
  10. Crafting a Blog Mission Statement

Don’t just stop at these ten though, because there is so much more. Take a peek at the site, and then come join us this Monday for our Twitter chat! To keep up with Crafterminds on a daily basis, don’t forget to like the Facebook fan page.

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