The Joys of Free Stuff
Comments I have heard lately:
Where do you get all this free stuff?
I’m always on Facebook; I might as well set up a blog and get some free stuff too!
Wow, blogging looks like a good gig, you get so much free stuff!
Ooh, you’re onto a good thing there by the sounds of it.
Quite right too. I'm amazed how many people I know think that blogging is just some self-indulgent, airy-fairy jolly. Like you, I take great pride in all my posts - it's a badge of honour for me to know that I have put proper effort into everything I write, and I'm still mortified whenever I look back on old posts and find typos. If a job's worth doing, it's worth doing
I think this is a great post for people who are thinking about doing blog reviews! I've thought about it before, but I know that I don't have the time to put in the work it would need and I don't want to do a second rate job! Once I'm not so busy I might reconsider. Thanks for the great advice!<br /><br />I found you through the G+ Love All Blogs Community :) <br />
The Brick Castle
People say it all the time. They think you get something 'for free', spend 20 minutes writing about it and keep it. What they don't see is the 3 hours writing, photographing, editing and promoting for a £12 item. They don't realise that on top of that you've spent 2 hours on a personal post, an hour on admin and anther hour trawling through emails asking you to write about
Emma T - Bubbablue and me
Well said. <br /><br />I've seen so many new bloggers recently coming on to blogging groups and saying, I've been going a couple of months and where do I get products and paid posts. Unless they've been very focused in that time and managed to hit a niche in that time, they're unlikely to have got the audience, the reach or the experience/examples of past posts to show prs. I