For me success isn’t a final destination, it’s the peak points along a continuous journey and I’m happy to say I’ve had a lot of them during my blogging career and hopefully more in my future. I’ve been blogging since 2006, originally to a huge audience consisting of my best friends and my Mum who all lived far away, I thought blogging was brilliant even back then. Now social media, content creation and networking has become my full time job and I feel immeasurably proud that I created this job, out of passion, for myself.
I was so happy to meet Susanna Scott and Jennifer Howse, founders of the BritMums.com and BritMumsLive.com, when I was in London last month. They are doing great things in the UK with bloggers and brands. It’s always great to meet with them. When I asked Susanna and Jennifer recently what they believe makes a great blogger Susanna said: “Be yourself. Be a part of the community. Be nice. Be edgy.” Jennifer Howze said: I think what makes great bloggers is the impulse to innovate. It’s not always about doing something that’s going to attract a gazillion page views, but focusing on quality, trying new things, blogging with wit and intelligence. And of course every…
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