ShareThis social sharing buttons are the original embeddable share buttons for websites and blogs. See if these are right for your site!

ShareThis Social Sharing Buttons Review

Amy Social Media Leave a Comment

I’m in quite a few Facebook groups about blogging, and I find that one question comes up much more than others: “what social sharing buttons is everyone using?” To which everyone responds with their favorite – some that are free, and others that aren’t. Based on the variety of recommendations for social share buttons, I’m happy to bring you my …

If you've considered buying the online course Pinning Perfect to learn how to use Pinterest effectively, you need to read our honest review first.

Pinning Perfect Course: How To Use Pinterest (A Review)

Nicole Courses, Pinterest, Reviews, Social Media Leave a Comment

If you’re brand new to Pinterest, or you’ve been using it for years (like me), you’re probably using it less effectively than you could. The Pinning Perfect course from Blog Clarity could teach you how to use Pinterest the right way, like it did for me. Read my unbiased review and then decide for yourself. The Bottom Line I had …

My honest review of using Buffer for social media scheduling. Learn the ins and outs of this inexpensive tool and see what it can do for you.

Using Buffer for Social Media Scheduling: A Review

Amy Social Media 5 Comments

There are so many tools out there for managing social media – it’s really surprising when you begin to rattle off a list. I’ve been looking for one that does it all, but I’ve yet to find it. Nicole and I were discussing recently that for many bloggers, it seems that it’s important that a tool is intuitive and cheap. No one …

Board Booster is a low cost Pinterest scheduler that allows you to put your content on auto-pilot. Here's a thorough review of how it works!

BoardBooster Pinterest Scheduler Review

Amy Pinterest, Reviews, Social Media Leave a Comment

In the world of Pinterest schedulers, there are a few big names – BoardBooster being one of them. It varies by the blog and niche, but at the time of this writing approximately 46% of my blog traffic comes from Pinterest. You can imagine that constant maintenance of Pinterest accounts is important (yes, I have more than one) , and …