How to Write The About Page of a Blog – Casually or Professionally? – Lexi Lane

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Lexie Lane The Founder of, Co-Owner of The Social Media Panel, and Co-Author of the The Blogger’s Survival Guide Tips and Tricks for Parent Bloggers Wordsmiths and Enthusiasts

The Blogger’s Survival Guide: Tips and Tricks for Parent Bloggers, Wordsmiths and Enthusiasts – Interview with Lexie Lane

Interview Questions / Find the complete interview on www.BeEfficient.Tv

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The Full Interview Questions

Interview Questions / Find the complete interview on www.BeEfficient.Tv

How did you start blogging?
Before blogging what’s your background?
How many blogs you are running now, highlight for us the most successful ones?
Tell us more about voiceBoks?
Do you write all your blog posts?
How to blog consistently?
What are the must have tools to blog efficiently? – platform, plugins, networks,
What are the plugins that you always use for your blogs? – SEO, menu, custom contact forms, smush it, cache, genesis plugins (header, simple edits, hook)
Is the blogger about page has to be written professionally or casually?
Http or Https and why?
How to monetize a blog?
How to make the blog faster?
Best traffic drivers to a blog?
How often a blog posts should be published and at which days of the week?
What’s the best systems or tools to track the blog traffic?
Do you recommend to have a separate landing page for a product or 1 page on your blog with all the products that you have?
Which social media platforms you use to market for your blogs other than facebook, twitten, google+ or pinterest, which other social media platforms you recommend?
How much you charge as consultant per hour?
When you make money in what you like to invest? Do you think capital gain or cash flow? – Need both obviously, but capital gain is usually a gamble but can be quite good.
Take us through your typical working day?
If you are just starting today in your field, from where you will start and what are you going to focus on to be more successful?
3 things that you believe are the most important factors for any success? – 3 P’s – Passion, Patience, Persistence
What are the Top 3 apps that you use on your smart phone? – Twitter, iPassword, and Netflix
What are the habits that you are trying to develop to stay efficient?
What are the top 3 people that you are inspired by?
What are the things that make you happy?
How people can find you or contact you?
Websites & Social Media Links


Lexie Lane is the creator of, , co-owner of The Social Media Panel, LLC., and co-author of the upcoming book, The Blogger’s Survival Guide Tips and Tricks for Parent Bloggers Wordsmiths and Enthusiasts.

She began her education in computer science in 1997, but after many changes that took place in her life, she decided to “run with the crowd” and join the real estate/mortgage industry.

10 years later, Lexie Lane began exercising some of the skills learned through her Business Management degree and become an entrepreneur herself. In 2007, she co-founded REO Property Preservation Specialists, LLC and then sold her shares 2 years later to concentrate on what she was most passionate about – the virtual marketplace.

Lexie Lane’s close-knit online community, known as The Voice of Parenthood, has become a haven for many beginner bloggers. Bloggers worldwide are increasing in numbers and among them, a community of parents who wish to contribute a little more to their household by the possibility of earning an income through their blogs. The daily challenges and trials that many bloggers have are some motivational factors that go behind Lexie’s continued efforts to create a blog friendly environment.