Photography by Arielle Lewis Studios
New Blogging Series: That’s Money, Honey
My best blogger friend Dani from Blonde In The District and I talk almost every day. We like to bounce ideas off each other, share our victories, and discuss what is working or flopping for us. As as we were recapping our various highs a lows one day, we noticed a recurring theme. We both receive emails and DMS from aspiring bloggers and content creators asking for advice on the regular. From new bloggers asking about how to improve their Instagram game, to Facebook messages from friends or friends of friends asking our advice on how to start a blog. We joke that we would probably never have to buy coffee again from the amount of emails asking if we’d like to go for coffee to have our brains picked on our social media and blogging advice.
As much as we love coffee, it has come to a point that between the two of us, we DO have a respectable amount of experience in this sphere. Enough so that we have had the opportunity to create content for some amazing brands, land repeat partnerships, and attend exclusive events. We decided that the time has come for a new series on blogging, social media, and the business of being a content creater. Finally, a place where our advice will be permanent and searchable. And we’re calling it: That’s Money, Honey.
About The New Blogging Series
Each month Dani and I will post about a new and timely topic. Instead of writing the post together, we are each going to write a post, so you can get a sense of our unique perspectives. For our first post we’re going to advise on something that’s SO important from the get go: how to identify your brand.
Other posts down the line include how to step up your social media, how to work with a photographer, photo shoot basics, how we edit our photos for Instagram, and what to look out for in contracts.
Let me know in the comments if there is a particular topic you’d like us to focus on. Photography? Instagram? Working with brands? We are here for you, and want to help! If you’d rather not have the entire web see your question, please feel free to email me your questions: email@example.com.
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