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Sharon Ojong shares Tips on “What You Need to Get Started” as a Fashion Blogger on a New Episode of ‘The SO Series’ | Watch



Thinking of starting a fashion blog and don’t know where to start from? First, what’s your reason? If your answer is something along the lines of ‘to get famous, to make money and get free stuff, get more traffic for yourself, quit your job so you can work from home and be your own boss’, then you are on the wrong track, according to Sharon Ojong.

She says “But if you are passionate about writing about something, need an extension of yourself and would love to create a space online to share your thoughts, work and style with others’ then you’re on the right track.”

So apart from passion, commitment, and organization, there are five things you need to know to get started.

Watch below.


  1. samantha

    April 26, 2017 at 3:40 am

    anytime someone tells me they are a fashion blogger or a MUAi ijust roll my eyes like what else is new.. No i am not a hate. i just like interesting new things every new year
    Linda Ikeji and BN make some money in blogging from their copy cut and paste, everybody wants to be a blogger – and everybodys content is the same as the other. Then everybody wants to be a MUA, then everybody wants to sell hair, then everybody is an events planner, Like wtf, Surprise us for once


      April 26, 2017 at 12:39 pm

      I don’t copy and paste on my blog. Everything you read there is solely based on my thoughts, feelings and opinions. I read this comment and I really wished that were the case; that people actually want something different but alas, it isn’t so. When you see something different, you change your mind and say ”NOT THAT KIND”.

    • Nene

      April 26, 2017 at 2:56 pm

      Do you happen to have a job for them or dictate where their passions should lie? Smh. Nigeria is tough, leave people to do what they want, it’s better than runs and prostitution

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