Sue Bride is passionate about sharing resources for blogging and social media.
This is especially true as it also gives her the ability to work from home while she cares for her disabled son. The digital world also gives her the perfect platform for spreading Fragile X Syndrome awareness.
How did you get into blogging? What made you choose this path?
To spread information and awareness about Fragile X Syndrome, a genetic disability. There was very little online about it at that time. Blogging was new when I started so I also started sueblimely.com to teach others.
What do you know now that you wish you knew when you first started your business?
That earning online isn’t as easy as I thought!
To research well before joining anything that requires regular payments.
To develop trustworthy contacts who will tell you the cons, as well as the pros, about anything you are considering joining up with.
What is your most proud blog related achievement? How did it affect you and/or your business?
Being among the top 10 Australian bloggers. At that stage I wasn’t blogging for business reasons, but it boosted my confidence, and increased my site visitors
Please share a blog post that you want to highlight? Why did you choose this one?
I would like to highlight The Whys & Hows of Business Success with Instagram as it is accompanied by my first free-ebook and an infographic that I created myself. It took the most research, and most time, of any other post.
How do you manage time to run your business efficiently?
By restricting the amount of programs, social media platforms, and sites, I’m involved with. The sheen has worn off all those “shiny objects”. I’m not one for routine and schedules but I do work on important tasks first.
What aspects of your business do you want to learn more about?
Selling web images. I really enjoy working with Photoshop.
When you aren’t working, what do you like to do for fun?
I enjoy visiting somewhere new: different suburbs and towns, beaches, mountains, cafes, shopping areas… I’d love to do more international traveling.
What else do you want us to know about you?
I live in a beach-side town close to Melbourne, Australia. I’m mother to 3 wonderful, adult, children. As I’m a carer for my youngest son who has Fragile X Syndrome (including intellectual disability and autism), I work part-time from home.
Visit Sue at http://sueblimely.com
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