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Diary of a Failed Fashion Blogger

Hey everyone! This post is both a hello and a goodbye. Until about two weeks ago, I was editor-in-chief of IFB. It was a really fun gig. I worked from home, made my own hours, and was paid well for my efforts....
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6 Tips for Low Light Photography

Photography is always fun but not always easy. And trying to get great results with low light photography can be downright frustrating. Isn't it irritating when the potential picture is amazing but the ligh...
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Top 10 Photography Mistakes You Should Avoid

Both camera and memory cards play a significant role in photography with every professional photographers. For photographers to capture superior quality photos and videos, both these resources (i.e. camera ...
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It Takes Two: The Benefits of Blogging As A Pair

We all know that blogging is hard work, and that the actual act of blogging (writing, posting, editing) can be a solitary endeavor. Recently, though, we've noticed a proliferation of amazing blogs - run by pa...
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Why Bloggers Don’t Need Agents

If I had signed with an agent, I could 100% guarantee you IFB would not be where it is today. With a team of five, on the verge of a total website relaunch which you'll see in July, the IFB Conference twice...
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8 Ways to Be Insta-Awesome on Instagram

I'm loving all of your dialogue in using Twitter and Facebook pages for promoting your blog! I'm continuing the series this week with a look at how you can make the most of Instagram for your blog. With over ...
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25 Ways To Promote Your Personal Style Posts

This is the fourth in a 4-part post series brought to you by ASOS Fashion Finder, dedicated to helping you showcase and promote your personal style through photography, social media and smart spending.Whet...
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Why Blogger Isn’t the Best Platform for Bloggers

Some of the biggest bloggers use Blogspot/Blogger. The Sartorialist used it for years, as did Fashion Toast (both have since migrated off). Face Hunter, Man Repeller, The Glamourai, Keiko Lynn, Where Did U ...