Hi Heather! What’s the name of your blog.
Where are you from?
New York, New York.
Tell us a little bit more about you and your blog, Heather Rose Blog.
I have a lifestyle blog and focus on affordable fashion for women, home, men, and kids daily sales.
Give us your best tip to staying on top of the blog/work/life balance?
Keep lists and utilize an assistant if you need to outsource tasks and need extra support.
What are three things you wish you knew about blogging before you started?
SEO, keywords, and the time it takes to write and produce content.
What has blogging taught you/given you that no other career or job has before?
Freedom to do whatever I want to do with my career and go in any direction.
What’s one piece of advice you would give to someone just starting out in the blog world?
It’s slow to grow but worth it when you stick with it.
What topic do you most enjoy writing about?
What does a typical work day for you look like? Whether you’re a full time blogger or not, we’d love to learn what your schedule looks like and how you manage it all.
I work on creating content from 7am-10pm. A lot of it goes on Facebook which back feeds to my blog because that’s where I get the most traction. I have two assistants that help with different aspects of the content I create.
What would your dream partnership look like? From the brand, the content, all of it! Dream up your perfect collaboration.
Working with more fashion brands on long-term collaborations instead of just short-term ones.
What’s your most recent WIN with your blog?
Signed two collaborations with Walmart this week for a lot of income!
What is one thing in the blogging industry that frustrates you that you wish you could change?
Being seen! Instagram and Facebook decide what gets shown and what doesn’t based on algorithms that don’t make a lot of sense.
How has your content changed since you first started blogging?
It’s clearer and not all over the place.
What’s your favorite blogging memory or highlight?
Scoring big collaborations. It never gets old. It feels like the first one every time I get a request.