When Pascale Rowe, a.k.a. @MsBlingMiami (who has 500k+ followers on Instagram), posted a selfie while wearing her bright yellow, green and blue maxi dress, it got more than 7,500 likes. Little did she know that... Read More
I've written before about why you should never copy photos from Google. Often those photos are protected by copyright law, and while cases that go beyond a cease and desist demand letter are rare, it only takes... Read More
When someone creates something and puts it on the internet, there is always a risk that people will take that creation and do whatever they want with it. On one hand it's costing a lot of people a lot of mone... Read More
So you found the perfect photo for your blog post via Google image search. It perfectly illustrates your trend piece about wearing harem pants to brunch (plenty of room for expansion). The model is even eatin... Read More
If you want your blog to be a serious business, it's time to get serious about how to protect yourself in the eyes of the law.
Now, I know this is going to sound strange, but I have to tell you something: Not everything about setting up a blog is fun. I know, I know, crazy right? Some of the boxes you have to check off as you prepare... Read More
This is the next post in a very exciting series we’re bringing to you on IFB in anticipation of the upcoming #IFBcon. Each day in the month of August, we’ll have a different post designed to help your blog be... Read More
Earlier this morning in our Wake Up Round Up we pointed you to a story on Fashionista about Bryanboy's vintage J. Crew sweater and a nearly identical knit from JW Anderson's Fall 2012 collection. Crazy, ... Read More