I class myself as lifestyle blogger and I have noticed that most of my posts are beauty related .
Apparently according to some if you don’t know who a certain beauty blogger/vlogger is then you are not a very good blogger.So here is my two cents worth, if I may.I do my blog part-time so don’t have much time to hang around on youtube or reading other people’s blogs’ all day but it doesn’t make my blog any less worthwhile to read than the next.As a blogger one of your responsibilities for your blog is too market it,so it can reach many (I still ,after a year and a half still struggle with this.When I do my research for my posts what I do is, I check out the 3 blog posts and top 3 youtube videos regarding the particular topic , so if yours doesn’t fall within that range,does that,now make me a bad blogger?
I really don’t think so.It’s like this whole peer pressure (especially in the beauty blogging segment that bloggers face -as explained in full by kandy kane).
A blog is something personal.That persons opinion on whichever topic or product they choose to create a post about.Why don’t we rather help them by sending them an inbox or email if we think they can benefit from our advice than talk smack on social forums? I hardly get time to read others’ blogpost so rely on blog forums I am a part of to squizz through headings that catch my attention. Lets be there for each other and grow the blogging industry in SA rather than break each other down.I love constructive criticism because I am learning everyday so if you ever have a piece of advice for me that you think I can benefit from please don’t hesitate to pop me an email or send me an inbox message.