Sunday, January 21

The One Blogging Subscription You Need

This​ ​is​ ​a​ ​paid​ ​for​ ​advertorial with​ ​Blogosphere.​ ​All​ ​content​ ​creators​ ​within​ ​the​ ​campaign​ ​are​ ​subscribers​ ​of​ ​the magazine.

2018 marks my 7th year in the Blogosphere. In that time, I've been writing, filming, editing, photographing, scheduling, tweeting, socialising, networking, travelling and most importantly, learning. I love that there are always endless opportunities, streams of advice and new ways of blogging. I pride myself on consistency, being authentic and putting out content I genuinely believe in and like. But I am always learning. I enjoy pushing myself to improve, whether that be my photography, upgrading my equipment or doing an online course, and having a subscription to Blogosphere Magazine is something I recommend to everyone and anyone who's interested in this little hub that we call blogging.


What is Blogosphere Magazine?
To me, it's more than a magazine. It's my blogging bible. It's my go-to grab for some inspiration. It's taken pride and place as my coffee table piece. It's a guide for independent minds who want to build their brands and social channels. Designed for bloggers, content creators and influencers, the team at Blogosphere have built the magazine to the best it's ever been. I can vouch for that myself, as I've been buying it since the beginning and the first copy was half the size in comparison to what it is now. With over 164 pages of advice, interviews, photography, events, Twitter chats and everything in between, it really is the ultimate Blogging tool. 

Why Subscribe?
This month marks my first year freelancing, and wow, what a year! I've been more selective than ever on where and how I invest my money, so when I say it's totally worth subscribing, you're hearing it from someone who's been genuinely buying it since the first copy, and actively subscribed towards the end of the last year. To be honest, I don't know why it took me so long, because I don't have a local stockist to get my hands on it so easily, and had to hunt them down individually. It's actually cheaper to subscribe, saves me the faff of remembering to get a copy, and is a lovely little suprise when it comes through my door. If that's not enough, you also benefit from:

- 4 issues a year with 164 pages
- FREE Shipping
- Lowest price guaranteed, save 7% 
- Secure payment online
- Be the first to read every issue, before it hits the shelves
- Delivered direct to your door (so you don't have to go and hunt it down!)
- Exclusive Subscriber Rewards including event alerts and posters


Editor-in-Chief and the brains behind Blogosphere, Alice Audley, is one of the nicest people I've met in the industry. She's created a completely unique magazine, and takes onboard honest feedback. At the Blogosphere Christmas Festival last month, we got the chance to discuss their hard work behind THAT interview with Casey Neistat, how big the magazine is becoming, and I thanked her for not filling it with 1000's of adverts. Alice, and her awesome team, make Blogosphere a really personal and positive space. With regular events they host throughout the year, weekly Twitter chats and even their own Blogosphere Network, these are the people who live and breathe the industry, and know bloggers and the blogging community more than any magazine ever has before. They certainly don't give themselves enough credit, and I truly love Blogosphere.

So, if you're a creator, new or old, and not subscribed to the magazine, what are you waiting for? Get yourself signed up for just £30. You won't regret it, promise!
*This post is kindly sponsored by Blogosphere Magazine.
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