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Monday, 28 November 2016

3 WAYS TO MAKE YOUR BLOG POSTS STAND OUT.

SLIT SIDE SUEDE COAT c/o SHEIN // SIMILAR
CROC EFFECT HEELS | SIMILAR
MOM JEANS |  TOPSHOP
SCOOP NECK BODYSUIT | NEW LOOK




USE KILLER HEADLINES & BE PROLIFIC
The main aim of a blog post is to lure readers in. Without a killer headline, you won't attract many readers. I also think that it is important to stay accurate, it's critical when trying to finesse a title because it sets clear expectations for your readers.

You'll also need to ensure that you make a real impression on your readers when they keep 'bumping into you'. Have a voice, have something to say and make sure that you say something that makes your follows want to hear more from you each time a new post is uploaded. 

PRETTY PHOTOS:
As some of you may know, I don't live in London like most bloggers, but instead I live in the West Midlands. This means that it is very difficult to find pretty locations to take photos in front of, in comparison to the abundance of backdrops that may be available in locations like Chelsea, or Notting Hill. I have been taking a lot of my photos on the top floor of a car park lately because you simply can't beat the lighting and because it looks so pretty. 

I've actually got a funny story to tell that happen in order to achieve this pretty post. After shooting this look, a random man with a clipboard came up to me and my boyfriend and asked us to leave a public car park. When then went onto say to him that it isn't private land and asked if there is anything that said people could not be there he had no responce to these (obvs this showed that he had no legal standing to ask us to leave) - so I WILL be going back there on my next shoot because you can;t stop my hustle ;).  Anyway my point was, even though you may go through a lot of things whilst trying to get the perfect shots, it's all worth it because pretty shot draw me to most blogs and I am sure that I am not alone in this standing. 

DON'T POST JUST FOR THE SAKE OF POSTING
I see every post as a representation of who I am and the direction that I would like to take my blog,which is why I at times want to upload blog posts that are perfect, but I have writer's block or am uninspired by the looks shot. This was a hard one for me, but in time I learnt how to be patient, I learnt that it's ok to wait and I that I don't have to upload a post until I am 100% happy with it, afterall I am my own boss. 

Take this uploaded look for example, I initially shot a look for this coat from my collaboration with SheIn wearing a gold satin dress and white tee, but I was not happy with the photos at all. Instead of using them anyway, I decided to completely restyle the look and go out and shoot for the post again -  the second time round we created MAGIC. 


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