I’m not the bravest of people, that’s why I mainly hide behind a keyboard. For a lot of bloggers a conference is the first time you’ll actually be face to face with people who know you as your ‘blog persona’. People who understand what you do. It can all be a bit overwhelming and that’s before you even consider going over and talking to any of the brands.
A media pack is a great way to introduce your blog to PRs and brands, with all the vital information about you and your website. It is a great way to help control the “first impression” they get of your blog, and help to “sell yourself” when pitching a collaboration idea without having to send an awkward email.
We all anticipate what our photographs will be like in colour but do you visualise in black and white too? Black and white images produce very different emotions to colour so it’s good to train yourself to see in tones. Check out our top tips to perfecting the art of black and white photography:
Whether you’ve been Blogging for 5 minutes or much longer you’ll come across the follow link or no follow link question at some point and while it may initially sound confusing it actually doesn’t have to be.
I’ve been blogging for over 7 years and I attended my first ever blogging event back in 2010. Many moons ago. It was fab and if you can believe it was my first ever trip to London. Yes I know? I’m a small town Scottish girl at heart. Now I’m no “pro-blogger” but I do love my blog, it’s my space to write an my space to love. This is why I go, to build on and make my blog better each time.
I know many bloggers have delved into the art of vlogging at some point since starting their blogs. Many of whom have given up at the first hurdle, some have managed to mix the two merrily and others have given up the written blogs completely in favour of the vlog life.