The Blog Societies is a cultivated community for influencers to unlock the resources, connections and tools necessary to grow their blogs.
Members of The Blog Societies gain access to an online community where they feel encouraged, supported and are connected to industry peers. This is a rewarding society where members will be exposed to prominent brands who come to The Blog Societies to seek out influencers to work alongside. Below is a glimpse of the benefits those unlock with their membership.
- Listed as an official member under our Member Directory
- Features on website and social channels
- Download free blogging resources in our Library
- Access to our private Facebook and Pinterest group
- Exclusive invites to state meet ups, workshops and annual conference
The Start of The Blog Societies
The Blog Societies was founded in 2013 by two fashion bloggers looking for a community where they can network. As blogging friends, they quickly learned that having someone in the same industry as you helps you grow, adapt and build a better blog with the support of others. In an effort to help their own blogging community as well as others in the Southeast, Southern Blog Society was created. After three years and 400 members later, Southern Blog Society expanded nationally to The Blog Societies in the fall of 2015.
About The Blog Societies’ Founders
Cathy Peshek runs the style blog, Poor Little It Girl. Named one of the “Top 5 Style Bloggers” by PEOPLE magazine and highlighted as a Washingtonian Style Setter in 2015. The former NYC fashion magazine editor turned Atlanta-resident continues to share her affordable shopping tips that all “it” girls can afford.
Jessica Camerata of An Indigo Day is a style blog based in Atlanta. She aims to provide easy to tackle tips to make your life feel more put-together. She was named top blogger of 2015 by Jezebel Magazine and has been featured as a style expert on shows like ATL & Co and Atlanta Plugged In.
The Blog Societies Press
Domino – Advice On Turning A Side Project Into A Full Time Gig – June 2016