But just having a blog isn't enough, is it? If you're going to be brave enough to put yourself on the Internet, there's no point to do it if no one knows you're there, right?
When I started this blog, I didn't have big aspirations for it - in fact, I wasn't sure I was going to be into it enough to last a month or two. I had stumbled on a community of fashionistas interested in the same retailers I was and was attracted to the real-life styles and sense of camaraderie. I wanted to be part of it.
Getting people to know I exist in blogdom has taken a long time and hasn't been easy. I don't a whole lot to market my blog, so what have I done to put myself out there? I approach my blog as a fun hobby, but I still try to put together the best style blog I can with the time and "talent" I've got. And I try to be courteous to others by responding to reader comments and visiting new blogs. I think the only marketing-y things I do are also to have FB and Google + pages, but I really only link my posts there - and I'm still naive to the Tweet or Insta worlds, so I guess I am behind the blog-marketing times.
I'm curious, ladies, how do you get your blog "out there" to the world? Are there blogger marketing tactics that you find really helpful - and those you think are kind of annoying?
Top: LEC gingham poplin (worn here - sim, sim, sim)
Skirt: J.Crew no.2 pencil in double-serge wool (worn here - sim, sim, tweed)
Jacket: J.Crew tweed khaki moto (worn here - contrast, faux leather, all pink, floral)
Necklace: AT pearl & pave cluster (worn here - sim, sim, blingier)
Bracelet: AT pearl & pave cluster (worn here - sim, sim, sim)
Shoes: c/o ShoeMint (worn here - sim, sim, pricey)