Keith Keller: Twitter in 20 Minute Chunks and Why Do It

Twitter is a Global Village – Grow it Easily!

Podcast Episode 31  – Our second Interview featuring Keith Keller from Global Social Media Coaching

Keith Keller is a “Twitter Marketing Specialist” and has clients around the globe.

He is also a popular speaker on the subject of Social Media (especially Twitter) and has appeared on numerous keith keller aussie bloggers podcastradio shows, teleseminars and webinars across the United States, Canada, UK, Europe, Asia as well as Australia.

Keith’s latest project is all about focusing specifically on harnessing the global possibilities of Twitter in 20 minutes, which is a nice flow on from.


He also has a number of  Twitter training videos available with more titles being added all the time.


So if you’re wanting to be a Twitter Expert like Keith, head over to the Aussie Bloggers Podcast show and listen to our interview with Keith, the Twitter Guru of our time!

In this episode, you learn 3 Strategies to get more followers:

  • How to get people to retweet you
  • How Keith began his love of twitter
  • Steps you can follow to get more followers
  • Keith’s role in the world of twitter
  • Why you should be retweeting
  • How to find the cool people on Twitter
  • Why you need complimentary energy and should be joining up with people
  • What it means to do 3 x 20 minute chunks in twitter time
  • How to advertise to 3.4 million people for FREE

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Our Favourite Quote from the Episode:

 “Follow People in Your Niche”


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Kirsty Rice – Travel Blogger and Ex Pat!

Learn How to Build Relationships With Your Followers

Podcast Episode 30 – Interview featuring Kirsty Rice from 4 kids, 20 suitcases and a beagle

Kirsty Rice is an Australian writer and blogger. After calling 7 countries home over the past 13 years, she’skirsty rice aussie bloggers podcast embarrassed to admit she still can’t pack a suitcase properly and spends much of her time trying to remember her new telephone number and where she packed the can opener.

Kirsty writes mostly about the juggle of career and children while struggling through the geographical schizophrenia of expat life.

Kirsty’s four children have been born in four different countries and she congratulates herself on not leaving any of them behind in the moving process.

4 kids, 20 suitcases and a beagle has appeared in both the London Telegraph and The New York Times. Kirsty is a regular contributor on the enormously successful website Mamma Mia!

In this episode, you learn:

  • How 4 kids, 20 suitcases and a beagle began
  • Why you should write about what you’d like to read about
  • What ex pat life is really like
  • What Kirsty did when she was overwhelmed by trying to reach out to many people when she had breast cancer
  • Why people like to relate to you as a blogger
  • How to build relationships with your followers
  • How to be real and authentic when blogging


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Dale Reardon – Web Technical and Blogging Expert Shares!

My Disability Matters to over 40 000 Viewers in 4 Months

Podcast Episode 29  – Interview featuring Dale Reardon from Disability Matters

aussie bloggers podcast dale reardonI am 46 and have been blind since the age of 17. My seeing eye dog Charlie is 7 and is my fourth dog.  I am married to Jo and we live in Kingston Beach, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia – yes that little island down south of the main part of Australia!

I have a law degree with honours and have practised as a lawyer in Tasmania, WA and Victoria. I have owned several businesses and currently operate other businesses with my wife, Jo. I was born in Tasmania and have lived in many parts of Australia, and have travelled broadly. So far my favourite place to visit is France. The wine, food and culture are great.

Jo and I now live in the beautiful beachside suburb of Kingston Beach in Tasmania. Charlie is particularly happy that the dog beach is very close by.  I started using the internet for business purposes way back in 1996 when I used it to promote our various bed and breakfast properties. The internet, social media and marketing in general have changed a lot since then.

My Disability Matters was established as an idea in January 2016 and went live online in late March 2016. It currently gets around 10000 page views a month and publishes the latest disability news, opinion and discussion. We intend to launch a members only section soon and raise additional funds through a crowd funding campaign for this social enterprise.

So if you want to know how to design and back up your website and gain insight into how you can gain more readers, head over to the Aussie Bloggers Podcast show and listen to our interview with Dale Reardon, blogger extraordinaire!

In this episode, you learn:

  • How he went from lawyer to blogger
  • How he managed to get over 10 000 page views from a blog less than 6 months old
  • Which way to go when you first design your website
  • Why Dale uses the Avada Theme
  • Which are the best fonts to use when building your website
  • Which security is best for your website
  • Why you need to back up your website and how
  • Where you should back your website to


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Lauren Paris – Mummy Mentor and PR Queen of Blogging

Learn How to Get Known in the Media

Podcast Episode 28  – Interview featuring Lauren Paris from ‘The Mummy Mentor’

aussie bloggers podcast lauren parisLauren Paris is a multi-award- winning journalist and businesswoman with more than 15 years of experience working in the media, publishing and communications industries (magazines, newspapers and digital)

She’s a proud Mum of 4 children in 3 years (the youngest are her 2-year- old twin girls), and is a social media maven also known for her blog Gold Coast

She juggles her family commitments with her work dealing in all things business, blogging and babies (& enjoys an occasional outing to sing karaoke and dance – not necessarily well – to all things 90’s/00’s and RnB).

Dubbed ‘The Mummy Mentor’ Lauren’s a Social Media Manager, Content Writer and Director, Proof reader and Business and Communications Consultant – who helps business owners, entrepreneurs, mums in business with everything from social media strategy and website content to media exposure and proofreading eBooks.

Lauren’s also passionate about helping new mums/mums-to- be navigate their journey into parenthood (parenting coach/support/breastfeeding empowerment).

Lauren has held the title of Editor for magazines for the Australian Institute of Management and Lexus, among other high profile brands, was News Editor for a popular weekly celebrity gossip mag, has her work – and her clients’ work – published in various print and online platforms, and loves helping clients via workshops, coaching and project work.

So if you’re wanting to learn more about Lauren, head over to the Aussie Bloggers Podcast show and listen to our interview with Lauren, our very own, Mummy Mentor!

In this episode, you learn:

  • How Lauren’s passion became a blog
  •  Where you too, can enjoy your own success and opportunities
  •  Ways you can engage with your community
  •  How to promote yourself without relying on a Facebook Page
  •  How to find time to blog when you’re a Mum
  •  Ways to get your blog known with the media

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Learn All About Engagement and Blogging as a Business

Podcast Episode 27  – Interview featuring Helen Edwards from Recycled Interiors

aussie bloggers podcast helen edwardsHelen Edwards is an ex social worker and charity founder, turned writer and blogger at Recycled Interiors. With an online following of over 100,000 people, she is one of Australia’s top bloggers.  She has had a number of successful blogs and businesses, has published a children’s picture book and a number of e books. She was a state finalist in the Australian of the Year Awards 2016 and the Telstra Business Women’s Awards 2015 for her work in diabetes. Helen launched in 2013  and is a passionate and genuine lover of both people and the planet. She is also an eternal optimist.

Her blog has grown rapidly, and she now has a large online community who are passionate about sustainable decorating and living. She has spent her life helping, nurturing and loving human beings, animals and our earth, and describes herself as a tree hugger (and she hugs trees most days!).

A Mama of 3 gorgeous sons and a wife to Mr Recycled, her goal is to help you to feel good about yourself, your home and your everyday. She wants to inspire you to think before you buy, reduce your waste and lighten your footprint on the planet, while you create a happy, healthy home and a life you can love.

So if you’re looking to blog about the planet and it’s people and you want to know how to do it, head over to the Aussie Bloggers Podcast show and listen to our interview with passionate, happy and healthy Helen!

In this episode with Helen Edwards, you learn:

  • Why she left the area of social work to begin in the digital world
  • How she began her recycled interiors blog and turned it into a business
  • Why people will engage in a group rather than your FB page
  • Why you need to monitor who comes into your group
  • How to use your groups to engage with your blog
  • How often you should post to your group
  • The best way to plan your content
  • Why your blog needs fresh content
  • How to make money from blogging
  • Should you use sidebar ads on your blog?
  • How to make your log a vehicle for your business


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Tan and Amanda Reflect on the Last Six Months

Aussie Bloggers Podcast 6 Month Anniversary!

Aussie Bloggers Podcast was born 6 months ago.  Tan and Amanda take a trip down memory lane and pick out the highlights from each episode. Each blogger from the last 6 months is highlighted and Tan and Amanda’s favourite parts of each episode are remembered.

Who is your favourite? Perhaps you were enchanted with the MerryMakers – Emma and Carla Pappas, or Adam Franklin and his wise words about web marketing. Maybe you enjoyed Mel Telecican talk about being a business customer coach or Keith Keller and his Twitter Magic!

Whoever you were inspired by, this fascinating round up is well worth listening to and revisiting to pick up new tips and tricks from each episode that you may have missed first time round.

Featuring Linda Reed-Enever, Trish Springsteen, MerryMaker Sisters, Jema Lee, Adam Franklin, Amanda Kendle, Mel Telecican, Jo Saunders, Lauren June McFarlane, Amanda Smyth, The Dadinator, Carly Findlay, Jennie Gorman, Jody Danson, Karyn Hogan, Kim O’Gorman, Alison Laverty, Keith Keller, Lisa Cox, Jay Crow, Kelly Exeter, Carly Jacobs, Christina Butcher and more!

Visit iTunes, Buzzsprout or our home page to find your favourite episode!

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Christina Butcher: Romancer of Hair, Love and Travel!

Learn What it’s Like to Blog with Your Husband!

Podcast Episode 25 – Interview featuring Christina Butcher
Hair Romance Aussie bloggers PodcastChristina Butcher is a full-time blogger and New York Times bestselling author.

When she’s not fighting bad hair days at Hair Romance ( or inspiring adventures with her husband Jim at Mr & Mrs Romance, ( she’s helping bloggers grow their

Little Blog Big ( with live workshops and networking events.


So if you’re wanting to be a full time blogger, head over to the Aussie Bloggers Podcast show and listen to our interview with Christina!

In this episode, you learn:

  • How Mr and Mrs Romance work together online and offline
  • Christina’s passion and how it has helped her to make money from blogging and you can too!
  • Why an E-Book can launch your blog even further
  • Diverse ways you can monetise your blog
  • How to schedule your ideas
  • How many ideas you need to come up with for your blog
  • How to come up with new blog post ideas
  • Why you need to go “Back to the Basics”
  • Where to go to find “Trending Topics”
  • How to achieve a work/life balance and why Christina doesn’t believe in it
  • How the Hair Romance blog began


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Carly Jacobs and Smaggle

Where Did Smaggle Come From? You Need to Know This!

Podcast Episode 24 – Interview featuring Carly Jacobs – Life Hacker!


Aussie Bloggers Podcast Carly Jacobs

Carly is the founding editor of Smaggle which launched in 2007 back when blogging was weird.

She has appeared in The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Cosmopolitan and Cleo magazines. She’s the co-founder of of blog school Little Blog Big and co-host of podcasts Straight & Curly (for life improvement junkies) and Sweet Teen Club (for those of us who can’t leave the 90s behind).

Hoop earrings are totally her thing, Benedict Cumberbatch is her Beyonce and she almost got run over by Myf Warhurst while out jogging one day.

So if you’re wanting to be a blogging sensation like Carly, head over to the Aussie Bloggers Podcast show and listen to our interview with her and find out all her saucy secrets on how to make it as a blogger today!

In this episode, you learn:

  • What made Carly begin blogging 9 years ago
  • How to make a living blogging
  • Why you should begin with an Agency to build your brand and Monetise
  • Carly’s next big step
  • How Carly became ‘Blog Wife Besties’ with Christina Butcher
  • How to work with a partner in the blogging world
  • Where the name “Smaggle” came from


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Kelly Exeter: A Blogger Less Frantic

Learn How to Whitespace and Stop Blogger Overwhelm

Podcast Episode 23 – Interview featuring Kelly Exeter!

kelly exeter aussie bloggers podcastKelly Exeter is the author of Practical Perfection and Your Best Year Ever, Editor of Flying Solo, owner of Swish Design and co-host of two podcasts: Let it Be and Straight and Curly. She’s also a runner, reader, mother, wife, daughter, sister, friend … the list, it goes on! Can someone that busy really lead A Life Less Frantic? That’s what she writes about on her blog at

So if you want to find out exactly how Kelly fits it all in and still has a life, head over to the Aussie Bloggers Podcast show and listen to our interview with Kelly Exeter!

In this episode, you learn:

  • Why every blogger should build a personal brand
  • Why Kelly goes to Problogger each year
  • Kelly’s framework she developed around Passion, Prioritising, and Productivity and how these 3 give you Practical Perfection
  • What to do when you fall into overwhelm
  • The concept of white space and how you can use it in your life to become for efficient
  • Why Kelly began blogging during a stressful period of her life
  • Why Kelly decided to go from 4 blogs back to 1 personal blog and how it helped her

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Lisa Cox: The Writer Who Says “No Excuses”!

How to Stay Grateful and Don’t Let ANYTHING Limit You

Podcast Episode 22  – Interview featuring inspiring blogger and author, Lisa Cox

Lisa’s Amazing Story

After my brain haemorrhaged at the airport one morning, I spent the next three weeks in a coma and two month on life support. Pneumonia, heart attacks and uncontrollable seizures took hold of my body as all of my organs shut down.

Technically, I died twice in hospital but was resuscitated (obviously!) to keep living out a life I loved. My family Lisa Cox Aussie Bloggers Podcastwas told they might have to turn off my life support but then my brain started to recharge and every single cell in my body regenerated.

So that was bad but then it got really crazy. I spent over a year in hospital, the first time and underwent over a dozen operations and procedures. This included, heart surgery, the amputation of one leg, all my remaining toes and nine fingertips. I’ve since returned to hospital for a total hip replacement and open heart surgery.

The permanent damage to my brain has affected my speech and memory, left me over 25% blind, epileptic and frequently fatigued.  Osteoarthritis has set up home in nearly every joint throughout my body as well.

I’m not a victim and I’m not sharing what happened as part of a “poor me” story of woe. But I understand what it’s like to start over, to start with really small goals and go from there. I understand what it’s like to feel different or know that the future seems overwhelming and exciting at the same time.

I’ve worked hard to continue living a life that I absolutely adore. My days are very different now but I still love each one and I want the same for you!

Since I hit restart, I’ve had many personal and professional achievements. Learning to write and speak again was just the beginning. I’ve started my own business, written two books, become a professional public Speaker, met and married an amazing man, returned to study, bought my own place and travelled overseas.

I’m on a mission to motivate your body and your mind into action. There are things we can control and things we can’t. Let’s focus on what you can control – today.

Live without fear of failure and live with genuine gratitude and enthusiasm for every day. Live with the knowledge that challenges are just choices waiting to happen. I know it can be done!


In this awe-inspiring episode, you learn:

  • How she structures her day
  • Why she began blogging
  • How you can develop gratitude in your life
  • Her very own blogging tips
  • About her books
  • Why you should listen to your readers
  • How to blog successfully
  • Who the influential people are in her life
  • Why you need to KISS
  • How to get her FREE e-book – Find Your Fearless


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Where You Can Read Lisa’s Blog:   

Here’s an article I wrote about writing and creativity –

This was just published on Mamamia recently:

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