28 June 2012

Me me me....

Morning! I'm spread around the internets a bit at the moment, with two pieces recently going up on other people's blogs.

The first one is an interview with moi for the awesome Elena Cresci of Seamless. Remember that name, as Elena is destined to become a famous journalist very soon. Plus she writes a fabulous blog and has been sewing herself a very stylish wardrobe.




The second piece is a list of blogging tips that PR wizz Lissa Cook asked me to write a few months ago so she could teach them on a social media training course she runs for... erm... a sports development consultancy (!). She's now put the tips up on her blog for all the world to see. I'm a little embarrassed... but it's fine! Regular readers will recognise Lissa's name from the Day in the Life interview she did for me. My blogging tips were written with organisations rather than individuals in mind, as in my day job so often I see companies trying to jump on the blogging bandwagon but for purely promotional reasons, without considering it a two-way conversation. But maybe you'll find it interesting to compare your own blogging style... and do share your own tips in the comments here, I'd love to read them!

 

[Soundtrack: 'Ringing in My Ear' by Adem]

9 comments:

  1. Ahh you do so many great interviews with other peeps it's great to see you actually in one yourself! Enjoying it immensely :)

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  2. I loved reading both of these, Tilly. I do find it fascinating, the different approaches people bring to blogging and which parts of their brain are engaging. I feel that there's very little rhyme or reason to my blogging!

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  3. Great interview. I love your "A Day in the Life" series by the way. Always inspiring. A girl can dream, right?

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  4. Lovely! I'm now inspired to: re-work the blog, sew a skirt, insert photos. Thanks!

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  5. I thoroughly enjoyed both these Tilly, thanks for sharing them with us.

    Thanks to your gorgeous blog (and a couple of others, it has to be said!) I've been inspired to step up my sewing and also to start a blog of my own to document the process.

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  6. I really enjoyed reading your blog tips and hearing how you got started on Seamless. Very inspiring!

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  7. congratulations! I'm headed on over to check you out on both blogs! Congrats!

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  8. I loved your blogging tips - I am new to blogging, originally I wanted a way to document my sewing and to help me make plans, but now I have become addicted to the online world of sewing, I am making more things than ever and feel inspired every day. Like you, I also don't have friends in the real world who sew. I love this new energy for sewing that I am sure I would not have found if it was not for yours and many other sewing blogs out there. Thanks so much! Liz

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  9. That's really awesome! I have been following your blog for awhile and I think it is very entertaining and inspiring. I'm trying my hand at blogging now and hoping I'll be able to update as regularly as the sewing bloggers I follow do!

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