We’re back with a bumper issue of Blogosphere magazine – 194 pages!
In This Issue
We're back with a bumper issue of Blogosphere magazine - 194 pages!
Issue 21 stars Suzie Bonaldi of Hello October, our Influencer of the Year 2019. Suzie talks about finally being her authentic self online, the struggles she has faced in her personal life and how she wants to be an ally and help improve brands’ use of diverse creators within their campaigns.
Also within this issue, you'll find an interview with Michelle Elman, of Scarred not Scared, who talks about activism, body positivity and the importance of knowing your worth as a creator. We speak to MakeupbyTammi about collaborations with brands, press trips and how to grow on Instagram. Our ‘in conversation with…’ features Mr Carrington and Luke Catleugh who discuss and competitiveness, comparison and content evolution. And we chat with all of our #BlogosphereAwards2019 winners!
Features include advice on rebranding when moving across the globe, the importance of switching off from your device, and top tips on choosing your WordPress host.
I just wanted to say thank you for such a fantastic evening. It was such a great night, and so well organised! The food was delicious, the hosts were brilliant, and the atmosphere was electric. It was the best-organised award show I have attended, and ran a lot more seamlessly than most. The performer, El Sam, and the sponsors were also superb!
I don’t even buy magazines anymore but a subscription to Blogosphere is a must. Packed full of useful info and with new blogs to discover, you’d be mad to miss out!
I wouldn’t be where I am today without this magazine, but what I love most is that it’s written by bloggers for bloggers which is just amazing reading about some other bloggers. When I finished reading the first couple of magazines I knew that I needed this magazine in my life, so I decided to purchase a bronze subscription. So overall guys it is definitely worth buying this magazine, but it’s even better to do the yearly subscription.
It’s THE magazine that everyone wants to be a part of. There are in-depth interviews with all the cover stars in each issue and you get to find out interesting info like; why they started blogging, what motivates them, where they see blogging going in the future and getting to know the person behind the blog. I recently subscribed and got the Zoella issue (11) through the post the next day!! How’s that for amazing service?
This magazine has given so much to the community, it’s so powerful, it just goes to show how bloody brilliant we all are and we deserve it. It showcases what we can do, what we are capable of, how we help eachother and how strong blogging really is. I’ve found tons of amazing bloggers since subscribing to this magazine that I now adore. It’s lovely to know that people are getting the exposure that they truly deserve even if they don’t have the unbelievable stats that take years to build. It’s empowering and inspiring.
If you’re a blogger, aspiring to start up your own blog, or simply interested in the online world, then this magazine is perfect for you. Each of the 164 pages are jam packed with inspiration and I am sure it will make you love blogging even more than before!
Blogosphere is always one of my favourite magazines. From the design to the photography, it is so beautiful and inspirational.
It’s so good! It’s so nice to read a physical magazine that’s all about blogging and it features some amazing bloggers, too. Can’t wait for the next issue!
My first ever encounter with the magazine was issue 7 with Samantha Maria – I remember watching her cover reveal party on YouTube. From then, I was in awe that there was a Blogger-themed magazine to support bloggers and influencers like me. So unique!
It’s an amazing magazine! It’s packed full of useful stuff and helps me find new blogs to read!