I recently saw a few other bloggers on twitter being insulted by companies asking them for a blog post as part of a competition. A few months ago I wrote a post about ‘When to say NO to a brand’ , and I still believe in saying no when it doesn’t fit your niche, or you don’t get anything in return.
There is a lot a debate recently in the blogging community about how you should run your blog. You’ll often find advice article, even I post one a week – check them out here. I am the first person that will read those types of posts, I love learning new things and ways to improve my blog. But what if you don’t?..
As instagram is becoming more and more popular bloggers and companies are upping their insta-game. A lot of bloggers are having a ’theme’ for their instagram, I jumped on the bandwagon and started editing my photo to fit in with a white theme.
You may notice that when you first start a new blog on the blogger platform, you’ll automatically be given a toolbar that runs across the top of your blog. It looks like this:
I’m not going to lie beauty blogging can get expensive when you start, because well you need things to blog about right, but there are ways you can cut costs and today I’m going to share with you my tips:
Podcasts aren’t for everyone, but recently I’ve been enjoying them. Rather than just listening to music I feel like I’m learning something and being more productive with my free time. Here is a list of my favourite podcasts for bloggers: Read more
You may or may not already be using twitter for your blog (if you’re not, you should be), it’s a handy way to get your posts out there, but it’s also hard to get heard amongst all the chatter and to readers. I’ve put together a little guide to help you get the most out of using twitter for your blog.
There will come a point in your blogging career when companies will start asking for your media kit. I’ve had to do this recently, so I thought I’d share with you how to create one:
Whether you’re just starting out, or been blogging a while – finding your niche is an important part of your blog journey. Once you’ve refined what you’re truly passionate about you’ll attract more readers and your blog will grow.