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FASHION BLOGGING | WHAT YOU NEED TO GET STARTED


Fashion blogging is a full-time job.
fashion blogging

Thinking of starting a fashion blog and blowing up ? What’s your reason? If your answer is something along the lines of ‘to get famous, to make money and get free stuff, get more traffic for myself, quit my job so I can work from home and be my own boss, then you are on the wrong track. But if you are passionate about writing about something, need an extension of yourself and would love to create a space online to share your thoughts with others’ then you’re on the right track.

So apart from passion, commitment and organization while considering fashion blogging, there are five things you need, to get started. (WATCH NOW)

DID YOU MISS MY FIRST EPISODE? THE BASICS OF SHOOTING A FASHION AD CAMPAIGN (WATCH HERE) 

ABOUT THE SO SERIES
The SO series focuses on business sense and style for creatives, entrepreneurs and challenger brands. The series will cover the business of fashion, TV and digital content production, creative skills, branding, public relations, social media, image and wardrobe management, the media industry, how anyone can get involved, build a brand or career in the fashion industry.

Critical analysis of red carpet looks, look books, campaigns, editorials and latest fashion news – from a critical point of view; not just what SO likes, but how and why it works from a brand-to-consumer stand point.
Style tips and inspirations on how to re-rock familiar trends and learn how to develop your own sense of style.

New episodes of THE SO SERIES every Tuesday. Please subscribe to my channel – www.youtube.com/sharonojong to be amongst the first to get new content directly to your inbox. Let’s hang weekly and discuss work on building a brand and style confidence for yourself.

If there’s a topic you would like me to talk about, send me a note.

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