A real blogger who learned the hard way.
(Now you don’t have to…)
Jacqueline started blogging in 2005, way before blogging was even cool. It’s just been in the past few years that she decided to transition her blog into a business. However, her experience helping others make money and improve upon their business goes way beyond that. She’s been consulting and writing for individual bloggers, small businesses and big brands and corporations for the last 14 years.
In 2011, Jacqueline started PrimeParentsClub.com, a parenting site focusing on connecting and celebrating parents in their “prime”– ages 35 and up–when she noticed a hole in the market that left out parents in prime ages. The brand has grown into a popular network for prime parents in less than a year using many of the tips she writes about in this book.
Jacqueline’s experience includes over 15 years of writing and editing for a large variety of industries, and 14 years of professional consulting, training and speaking experience, with a strong background in marketing and sales. She worked in the technology industry for five years. As a former independent bookstore owner, Jacqueline also has a unique perspective on independent publishing and has consulted and spoken on the industry. Jacqueline’s combined industry experience has allowed her to become the “go-to gal” for questions on blogging, marketing, sales, web content and design, technology and social media.
Jacqueline has written print and online courses and published academic books on various topics for well-known colleges and corporations, has written for popular sites like Technorati and Examiner, and has been featured in print and online media. You can find her on the web writing on her personal blog at WritRams.com: Writer Ramblings on Parenting Imperfectly, on her parenting site at PrimeParentsClub.com: Connecting and Celebrating Parents in Their Prime, and on her charity project site at MonkeyDoProject.com.