I personally like to think of myself as a relatively open person, who doesn’t shy away from speaking in my own voice, as opposed to using a voice that’s specifically targeted towards a certain audience.
However, this is a particularly hard question for me to answer, as I haven’t really done very much blogging-wise. I’ve recently just launched a personal blog for myself this weekend dedicated to fashion and styling. It’s the first time I’ve really dived into something that’s truly and uniquely me, that’s me producing my own content, on my own.
It’s extremely daunting, as I have a seven year background in modeling. It’s daunting to me in the sense that, I’ve started promoting my blog to my existing followers on Instagram and Facebook who have followed me for my work in modeling, and to keep in contact with me. So, basically I have legitimate industry professionals directly viewing and judging my content. Gulp.
So far, after just one day, the feedback I have received on my blog from both interested followers from my prior accounts and new followers entirely have been positive, which I’m thrilled about. It really makes me feel very vulnerable to put out content that’s just so personal to me, you know? So I was relieved to see approval on my content and writing skills from people who have been working in fashion for years as well.
With that said, I haven’t had a whole ton of time to really answer this question, as I’m still developing my storytelling abilities, and hoping to develop them through the feedback I receive from my blog readers, and using the tips and tricks I learned from lesson 6.
Thanks for reading!
And if you happen to be interested in fashion at all, please feel free to check out my blog: utterly-mal.com 😉