Are you looking for someone to explain about blogging and how to do it simply and easily?

Can you relate yourself to any of these below?


Midlife bloggers

Slightly-older bloggers who need the digital world explained in the kind of words they can relate to


Non-technical bloggers

Bloggers who can't cope with code or anything digital and need extra help in understanding their blog


Slower paced bloggers

Bloggers who need to learn at a pace that suits them, with plenty of opportunity to go back and check


Nervous bloggers

Bloggers that need lots of reassurance of each step taken with everything explained

For all you would-be and even practicing bloggers who are struggling on your own in a fog of bewilderment, or even pulling your hair out trying to make your blog work properly, don't worry, you've come to the right place.

Alice Elliott

Hi, I'm Alice Elliott, and I specialise in helping people understand about blogs and blogging.

Blogging is my passion, but it hasn't always been easy for me. When I started blogging over a decade ago, there wasn't much help around for bloggers who were non-technical, so I had to teach myself.

And one thing I noticed is that technically-minded people don't know how to teach real beginners. They make a lot of assumptions of what is already known, they miss out chunks as they don't consider it important to show every tiny step, or their videos are at breakneck speed with very little explanation.

So I set up Fairy Blog Mother® to explain blogging in a simple and easy way. The difference is that I go back to Level 0, the real beginning. To me it's vital to properly understand the basics of blogging, as this will help you with any mistakes you come across as you progress through your blogging journey.

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“Alice is one of those rare people who can explain a paragraph of complex technical data in one brief English sentence. She has put together Slideshares of simple instructions which even I can understand. I am also grateful to Alice for always getting back to me with answers to my many questions about WordPress and she is happy to write new solutions based on those queries. A really friendly and most generous ‘techie’!”
Jo Sandelson
John Doe UI/UX Designer

My blogging training methods are well-known for "explaining things really simply":


Easy to understand

I specialise in simplifying the learning process for all bloggers at any stage in their blogging journey


Step-by-step learning

I show everything, however small, that happens as before and after, to reassure you of each step


Everyday, ordinary language

I explain any blogging jargon we come across, especially within the context of the tutorial's outcome

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Using visual examples

Each example is shown with clear arrows and circles to make it easier for you to relate it to your blog

"Alice has a practical attitude to blogging which is refreshingly free of techno speak. Her motivational approach comes from a deep understanding of why blogging is important, as well as her design experience. Plus she has the great virtues of being patient and friendly as well."

Jean Wolfe
John Doe UI/UX Designer

This is what I can offer you:

Blog Review

Complimentary blog review

In your blog review you'll find out the good, the bad and the indifferent elements of your blog

Blog Consultation

Blogging consultation

A consultation extends your review by discussing what is working or needs improving towards success

Blogging Training

Blogging training

A chance to properly understand your blog, plus you'll learn tips and tricks that will save you time

Blog Design

Blog/website design

Get a blog that is not only looks good, but performs well to win business and more readers

"If you're thinking of taking the plunge with blogging and/or WordPress, Alice is brilliant at demystifying the concept, understanding your needs and holding your hand through the process with lots of cheerful aftercare."

Alice Prier
John Doe UI/UX Designer

Check out my latest posts below:

[Case Study] The benefits of modern web design and an updated homepage
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Expert proof why failing to focus on blog commenting can be detrimental to getting readers and traffic
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5 ways how to deal with persistent spammers
I've been plagued by a bunch of persistent spammers recently. They have been busy this morning as I found I've had another[...]
4 tips how social trends can increase your blog audience
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22 most common mistakes found in WordPress websites

How many mistakes have you made in your blog?

Whenever you start a blog, there will be some things that aren't done properly. These 22 mistakes usually arise because nobody's told you what they are and what to do about them. So to stop your blog from looking amateurish or performing badly, get this e-book and start making improvements right away!

  • Perk up your posts
  • Advance your navigation
  • Perfect your pictures
  • Optimise your interaction
  • Protect your security
  • Improve your appearance
  • Boost your performance

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