I’m Rachel Moffett, the creator and blogger behind Define Your Hustle. Define Your Hustle is a community of incredible women who are working to build thriving businesses that they’re passionate about and leave them feeling fulfilled.
It’s my firm belief that everyone should love what they do for a living, which is why I’ve set out to help women build a profitable online presence that allows them to finally ditch the 9-5 they dread every single day.
Having been a blogger since 2009, I now use what I’ve learned and the experiences I’ve gained to help others. I work one-on-one with bloggers from around the world to help them create amazing content that gets them noticed online.
My top blog post is the 12 Habits of Successful Bloggers. Because so many people are looking to find success with blogging to turn it into a full-time business, I believe they turn to this post for advice. It shares the top things everyone needs to know if they hope to build a thriving website.
The number one tip I could give to someone who wants to be a better blogger goes back to the basics.
You need to know who your audience is. If you have NO idea who you’re targeting, you’re setting yourself up for failure. Without an idea of the audience you’d like to attract, you won’t have a clue when it comes to choosing what types of content to create. Figure out who your audience is and deliver the content that they’re craving. Solve their biggest problems to truly make an impact in their lives. If you can do that, they’ll keep coming back again and again because you deliver the quality, valuable content they desire.
I actually started out as a fashion blogger back in 2009.
It was a time when fashion bloggers were really starting to get noticed by the mainstream media. They were being featured in magazines and even starting to sit front row at New York Fashion Week. As someone who loved fashion, I thought starting a blog would be the perfect creative outlet for me as I worked at my stepdad’s business. While I knew there were possibilities of turning it into a career, it wasn’t something I ever envisioned happening for me. I simply started blogging to share my love of fashion with the world.
Evernote has been one tool in my arsenal throughout every step of my blogging career.
I started using it when I began blogging back in 2009 and it’s been part of my blogging and business life ever since. I use Evernote to store ideas, draft blog posts, outline projects, save articles, and so much more. It’s essential to keeping me organised on a daily basis.
I work one-on-one with clients to help set them up for success in the blogging world. These services are designed to help you start, launch, and grow your blog so they’re helpful no matter which stage of the process you’re at.