|Company Magazine's blogging forum panel|
COMPANY MAGAZINE'S GUIDE TO BLOGGING
*Finding a unique niche and angle for your blog will work wonders, from photographic content to style of literature. You don't want your blog to be a carbon copy of another blog.
|Me with Susie Bubble!|
*Quality if always superior to quantity. This will enable you to hold the interest of an audience so that they'll return to your blog and inevitably grow with you.
*Social networking is of the utmost importance. It's crucial to build and keep a genuine relationship with the brands you work with.
*Linking social networks is vital, so readers know where to find you on all your social media platforms.
*Nothing puts people off more than bad punctuation and grammar. Proofread!
*Always make sure to credit photo sources. You'd prefer not to receive an angry email telling you take an image down.
*YouTube seems to be a great platform to build your social media 'personality'. I was asked a couple times, if I had my own channel. Of-course, I've been thinking about it for ages and know exactly what kind of videos I would want to make. Just a case of getting started!
I feel like us bloggers are sometimes considered a rare breed of species that our 'normal' friends don't understand, so I felt content in making new friends who were just like me. It also felt good having people staring at me with envy on my way home as I sashayed unapologetically with my Company goody bag :)
|Treats in the Company goody bag !|