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[OVER] BC Stack is Back – $9000+ value for $27!

BC Stack 2017

As a blogger or business owner there are a lot of products and services out there that you can purchase to further your business. It’s a risk each time because you don’t know if you will really get value out of what you buy. Especially if you aren’t yet making a lot of money you might not be able to invest in a course, book or service.


I get it. I am really picky when it comes to what I invest in for my business but I never pass up the BC Stack because it’s only $27 for tons of products worth thousands of dollars.

NOTE: I’ve written a Review and Download Guide that goes over EACH offering and what they are really like.

This post contains affiliate links. I will make a small commission if you purchase through these links. I only recommend what I would recommend even without the link.

BC Stack 2017

The 2017 edition is for over 65 products/services worth over $9K!

There are so many things available this time around that I want but even if there were only two or three that interested me it would still be worth it.


Some of what I plan to enjoy:

  • Traffic Avalanche Strategy Course
  • Lifetime access to a premium WordPress plugin
  • Stretched Too Thin: 10 Days to Overcoming to Hustle and Thriving as a Working Mom
  • Small Blog Big Income ebook
  • Course from Pajama Affiliates
  • Social Media H.I.T Kit
  • Blogging for SAHMs ebook
  • Convert Kit MasterClass
  • The Unofficial Book on HootSuite
  • Media Kit Smash
  • Google Analytics Training
  • and MUCH MORE!

See What All is Included

BC Stack 2017 - How Much Could You Grow for $27?

How does it work?

Once you purchase you will get 60 days to access/download/signup for each product/service that is available. You don’t have to signup for the ones you aren’t interested in. You will be giving each contributor your email address so I suggest creating a new one just for this stack so it doesn’t flood your other emails. You can always unsubscribe from each of their emails afterwards if you don’t find value in them but I’m sure at least some of them will be worth it.

Make sure you backup any ebooks or digital documents that you save to your computer to a disk so you don’t lose it all if your computer crashes.

NOTE: I’ve written a Review and Download Guide that goes over EACH offering and what they are really like.

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You won’t regret it.



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Skyrocket Your Pageviews Ebook

Skyrocket Your Pageviews

Are you looking for ways to skyrocket your pageviews on your blog? Stuck at a certain traffic number?

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I recently bought an ebook from the #LearnToBlog gang (Kelli Miller & Crystal VanTassel-Lopez) called Skyrocket Blog Pageviews Using Google Analytics. I’ve been following the tasks in it to make small changes to my blogs to help increase the pageviews.


Skyrocket Your Pageviews

The book has 30 actionable tasks designed to take the knowledge you can find in your Google Analytics account and apply simple changes to your blog to keep your readers on your site. If Google Analytics has been confusing for you or you know how to understand the data but you don’t know what to do with the data, this book is up your alley.

I taught myself how to use Google Analytics and I definitely know how to use it more than the average blogger so I figured I might not learn much but I’m learning new ideas I haven’t thought of in my 10+ years of blogging. If I’M learning something, then YOU’LL learn something.

The authors of Skyrocket Your Pageviews have more than a million pageviews so they know what they are talking about. If you are struggling with getting readers to stay on your site and view more than one post, this book will help you with that.

The book will help make sure you have the perfect settings set in Google Analytics to get the most data, how to grow your social channels, improve your site layout and grow your readership of course.

UPDATE April 2016 – I’ve been working through this book with a group of others and it’s too early to see results but I’ve been finding the tasks an easy quick task that I can fit into my day. Have you ever wondered how to update old posts for SEO and Pinterest when there are so many? Using the methods from this book you will know just which ones to update first.

The book currently retails at $19.99 which is about 66 cents per task!

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Blog Resources for 2016

Use These 6 Blog Resources (Free and Paid)

At the end of December a lot of people offer ebooks, ecourses and other things for cheaper in preparation for the new year. Here are the blog resources (free and paid) that I am using in 2016.

Blog Resources

Use These 6 Blog Resources

2016 Ultimate Pinterest Planner – from Simple Pin Media (FREE)

This really is the ultimate Pinterest planner and you can get it free. I printed it out and put it in my blogging binder and I will be using it to ROCK Pinterest in 2016.

Book Blog ARC Tracker – from Book Bumblings (PAID)

This Tracker is a spreadsheet designed for book bloggers to keep track of ARCs and other books for review and when you have reviewed them, promoted them and everything else. I hope it will help keep me organized for my SMS Nonfiction Book Reviews blog.

Lead Magnet Challenge Package – from Candidly Jules (PAID)

I am ready to up my email list game and I hope this package from Candidly Jules will help me do just that. The package has every email, worksheet, video and such from her 8 day challenge that she hosted in December.  It includes making a lead magnet, choosing its’ format, creating opt-ins, branding, creating ebooks and more.

Facebook Group Post Planner (FREE)

Someone was sharing this in a Facebook group so I downloaded it. I’m still trying to figure out how to use it but thought I’d share it here.

The Business Brainstorming Workbook from Little Eternities (FREE)

If you are getting serious about your blog as a business, this workbook should help sort out your thoughts and get to business.

The Epic Free Blog Planner from Create if Writing (FREE)

This amazing planner is about the past and how you will improve in the future. You can mark down your stats, where you traffic comes from, how your email list was doing and SO MUCH MORE. I highly recommend this one.

I hope these blog resources help you out.


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Blogger Tool: Gleam

Blogger Tool: Gleam

I am guessing that if you are reading this, you are a blogger. That also tells me, you are reading this because you either have heard of Gleam and are curious what it is or how it works; or you are curious if this new ‘thing’ (e.g. Gleam) is something that could benefit you or your blog. Let me introduce you to Gleam.

Introducing You to the Blogger Tool: Gleam


As a blogger who offers giveaways and a person who enters giveaways; I have found Gleam to be my favorite entry form.

As a blogger who offers giveaways… I feel it is a little time consuming to initially set up, but if you use the same entries over and over, you can copy the entries and make the necessary changes without redoing the entire form. (This is the same for any entry form I have used in the past.) Note, I said time consuming; not difficult, because it really is easy to set up. The set up reminds me of multiple choice. There are multiple choices for entries that you can choose, fill in the information necessary for that entry, and you’re done. One of the nice things I like about Gleam is that an entrant can ‘sign in’ using Facebook, Twitter, or their email. You can also have them input their birth date, making sure they are old enough to be entering your giveaway. In addition to different entry options, it also has templates set up for giveaways related to different social media (e.g. Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, etc.)

As a person who enters giveaways… I like to log in via my Twitter. Once I’m logged in, entering is a piece of cake and takes much less time than any other entry form I have used to enter a giveaway. For visiting a Facebook page, you do have to click it and it takes you to the Facebook page. Once you authorize Twitter and Instagram, all you have to do is click the entry button and it will automatically follow without having to leave the blog post. Tweeting a tweet for an entry is just as easy. One click of a button and done. I have to tell you, as a person entering giveaways using Gleam, I have become a little spoiled and actually get frustrated with the extra steps of copy/pasting my information while entering!


Have you ever gone onto one of your favorite blogs or another website and that box pops up, prompting you to subscribe via email or like their Facebook page? That, my friends, is called a capture. Gleam’s capture feature is in beta, but I have been using it for a couple weeks. I started using it after hearing many bloggers share how their subscribers increased after installing a capture; but let me tell you, finding a capture that was a good fit for me and my blog were not easy to come by! There are different captures, different layouts, different capture locations – too many decisions! I had tried a couple and wasn’t satisfied with how they look or how they acted. I ended up trying a few different options on Gleam and finally found one that fits perfectly for me and my blog. I was able to personalize it with my logo. I was able to set it up to capture what I wanted. I was able to place it where I wanted. It does what I wanted. (Mine is set up to pop up in the lower right hand corner so it does not take up the entire blog page and frustrate people. It is easily exited out of, and once you subscribe, it doesn’t return.) All in all, I have been extremely pleased using Gleam. Gleam is definitely at the top of my ‘must have blogger tools’ list!

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