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Blogging Talk 3- The Blogger Programme...

Hi Guys,

Today I've got another instalment of 'Blogging Talk'! It feels so great to have a recurring series! If you want to read the other posts you can find no.1 here and no.2 here! This time I will be talking (or writing?) about The Blogger Programme.

For those of you who don't know, the Blogger Programme is a website which helps brands connect with bloggers. It has a lot of brands (some small and some larger) who all want to find a blogger partner. This appealed to me because I think it would be interesting to join up with a brand to enhance both mine and their following. Also, I would love the opportunity to try new things! 

My initial thought was of the safety. As I don't own a P.O Box, items would be sent directly to my door and I was worried about who could get my address. Well, the only people who have access to your address are the brands that you would like to work with and approve. This was great for me as it meant I had nothing to worry about which just added to the enjoyment.

My second thought stemmed from a Youtube comment. It was on a video by Just Jodes (the link is to her blog) that included an unboxing from the blogger programme. Somebody said that to get any benefit from the Blogger Programme you need to have a high number of followers. This was immediately a concern because when I became a member I had only 14 followers.

The comment was not true. Yes, some brands do require a certain amount of followers (over different networks) to work with them but there are brands which you can apply to work with who chose their representative based on their blog;not the amount of followers. If you are still concerned: it's also a great way to get your blog noticed by other bloggers!

I hope you learnt something new about the Blogger Programme! If you enjoyed this post then please follow my Google + to help me reach 20 followers by the end of the month. I only need 2 more! Check out some of my other posts and don't forget to read again on Wednesday!

Thank you for Reading


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