Today we’re joined by someone I love a great deal, a blogger who’s pregnancy has had Twitter on the edge of it’s seat: Alice Spake of Annie Writes Beauty.
Fun fact, I recently made a post about blogger friends and people I’ve connected with online, I wanted to include Alice but didn’t as I didn’t think we were there. She promptly tweeted me with an ‘AHEM’ and I realised we are well and truly there.
D: What is it you do online as a creator?
A: I run my blog, Annie Writes Beauty talking all things beauty and lifestyle, mostly recently I’ve added in a baby category to document my pregnancy. I also run Southampton Bloggers, a blogging hub on the South Coast.
Welcome to INTERVIEWED, a series of discussions and chats with creators of all kinds.
Today we’re joined by lifestyle blogger extraordinaire who knows what she’s talking about: Amanda Bootes!
D: What do you do as a creator?
A: I am a Food, Fitness and Lifestyle Blogger and freelance writer for Huffington Post Blogs and DailyFocal.
Welcome back to #INTERVIEWED, a series of interviews with people from all over the internet + creative world.
Today we’re joined by one of the current pioneers in the blogging world,creator of the #GirlGang, Jemma of Dorkface.
DG: Could you tell me a bit about what you do online?
DF: I’m little bit of a ‘Jack of all trades’ type of girl; I write both freelance for various brands and websites, and for my own blog. I also run my own Etsy store where I sell my illustrations as prints and other cute merch, and also designing custom illustrations for people. I have my own YouTube channel and podcast, where I try to regularly put out content too! It’s fair to say I’m kept busy!
Today we’re joined with my friend Jack of www.mytakeonlife.co.uk I’ll let him introduce himself:
D: What do you do on your section of the internet?
J: As an outreach executive, I work with bloggers on a daily basis and I started to get a feel for blogging and wanted to be part of the community. I set up My Take On Life in March 2016 to share with my readers what I enjoy in life. When I first started blogging back in March, my main aim was to build my blog’s reputation and hopefully be at the stage where people would regularly visit my blog and enjoy reading my content as well as find it interesting, and of course it would be great if brands started to get in touch and wanted to collaborate with me.
As I’m still new to blogging, I’m currently trying to create good quality, engaging content as well as building my social following, in the hope that I will attract more visitors to my blog.