07 Jul

BlogPRWire Featured Blogger Busy Bee Lifestyle

Posted by BlogPrWire Categories: Featured Bloggers, Uncategorized


BlogPrWire’s featured blogger this week is:  Susan of Busy Bee Lifestyle

Susan’s blog was created to share fabulous ideas that would make it easy for busy women to add special touches to family life! The blog covers topics like entertaining, cooking, gift guides, trends, parties for children, fashion, books and much more.

You can tell she loves her blog – the attention to design and navigation makes visiting a pleasure (which wasn’t so great for us at BlogPrWire as I spent much too long browsing and browsing).

The Busy Bee Lifestyle blog is managed on a hosted WordPress platform. When asked what WordPress plugin tops their list, Susan shared that the Quick page post redirect plug in for WordPress is a must have for every WordPress hosted blog.

What are the goals you have for the Busy Bee Lifestyle blog this year?

“One of the most optimistic goals that I have for Busy Bee is to be featured on a national television or cable show! On a more reasonable note, I am continuing to seek FaceBook fans, Twitter followers and subscribers to our newsletter. “

Can you share a blogging tip with other bloggers reading the Blog Pr Wire blog?

” The best thing that I have done is to develop a terrific relationship with the NBC Philadelphia television studio where I have been filming live segments for The 10 Show for the past two years. It’s been great exposure for the site and our blog readers really seem to enjoy the filmed segments that we post online.

Also, one of the most popular features of Busy Bee is our “Tip of the Week” which is mailed to our subscribers on a bi-monthly basis. The tips vary widely in subject matter, but are always informative and fun! Here are links to two of my favorite, recent tips:

Upgrade the Classic Cheese Tray:
Take a Virtual Tour of Your Favorite Art Museum



 

 

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