Blogosphere magazine is your guide to the influencer industry.
The December issue, which stars Lorna Luxe, includes exclusive interviews with content creators and industry insiders, as well as blogging how-tos and opinion pieces.
So, what’s inside issue 19?
We have an interview with Nimi Blackwell, who talks all about the importance of friendships and being transparent about rates with each other in the industry.
You can find an interview with Gemma Mason, of Superdrug, who talks about how the high street brand works with influencers and the importance of experiential marketing.
We interview Sylvia Mac, of Love Disfigure, who discusses the power of building a positive online community and the importance of showcasing all types of bodies on the internet.
In conversation with…
Our ‘in conversation with…’ this issue features the founder of Sixteenth Talent Danny Lowney and influencer Gabriel Sey. The pair discuss creativity, the embarrassing lack of diversity within the industry, and the best kind of brand campaigns.
Blogosphere Network member
We interview our very own Blogosphere Network member Porcelain Pixie, who talks about the evolution of her style, why she loves Instagram and why getting feedback from brands is so important.
We have a feature on Busting Instagram myths where Albertine Sarah discusses shadow bans, organic reach and engagements. Life of a Blind Girl shows us how to make our social channels accessible and Catherine Shuttleworth investigates the life of being a YouTuber. There is an interview with French illustrator Eugenie DB and Summer Gibson explores personal branding and finding inspiration where you live.
XOmisse explains the new Nofollow link building guidelines from Google, Brighton Girl shares how blogging has been her life raft and Vix Meldrew explains why community over competition will always win in the long run. Finally, our five minutes with… stars Style Me Sunday.
And, as always, there’s plenty more for you to explore. We hope you enjoy this issue and be sure to tag us in any of your posts of the magazine – whichever cover you’ve got!