Launch of ‘Get noticed: A blogger’s guide to standing out online’


One sec bloggers, let me just pull myself back down to Earth… I’m celebrating my little “win” moment over here.

I am thrilled to introduce my brand new and exclusive free guide to you – Get noticed: A blogger’s guide to standing out online. Eeeek.

I wanted to create something more than a blog post for you, I wanted to give you something extra. So, a detailed, almost e-book type document is what I decided to go for.

It’s available for you to download straight to your computer over on my blog’s homepage. Alternatively, you can just click here!

So many blogger’s have approached me recently, seeking help with getting noticed online. They’ve asked all sorts of questions like, “how can I rank top results in Google?”, and “what really works when it comes to branding yourself?”. With over 2 million blog posts being published daily, it’s no wonder you feel yours is completely and utterly lost in a sea of others. Well my friends, I’ve packed everything you need to know in this handy six page guide.

And, getting noticed is actually far easier than you think.

If you play your cards right and follow my steps, you can get your blog noticed by a massive audience, gain public exposure and grow in popularity. Sound good? And all because your blog deserves some genuine love and attention.

And what’s more? You can start today.

I’ve made this guide super easy to follow, complete with a task for each point. Act now and see instant results.

Download Get noticed: A blogger’s guide to standing out online.

Happy reading!


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Clarina helps enthusiastic bloggers develop & stand out online, as well as reviewing popular products, discussing the latest beauty trends and quite honestly anything that takes her fancy. Oh! And she's on YouTube.

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2 comments on “Launch of ‘Get noticed: A blogger’s guide to standing out online’”

  1. Chanelle says:

    So useful Claire, thanks for sharing. I think one of the main reasons bloggers are on the fence about going self-hosted is because they don’t know the costs involved and who the hosts are.

    1. Clarina says:

      I’m so glad you enjoyed it 😊 you’re the first person that’s given me feedback on it so I really appreciate that. I agree with you on self hosting. There’s no straight forward guide to going self hosted, but always loads of options which can get confusing. Maybe I could do a blog post or another PDF on how I went self hosted and everything that’s involved.

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