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10 Simple Ways To Grow Your Twitter

The other day on Twitter, I reached 3,000 followers. This means Shaun is going to treat me to a turkey dinosaur dinner on Friday and I am a very excited about this. This also means that in just under three months of being on twitter I have 3k awesome people following me. How cool is that. I am so grateful for everyone that has pressed the follow button and all the amazing and supportive people I have met in the process. Today on the blog, I thought it would be a good opportunity to share with you 10 simple ways to grow your twitter. I know there are much much bigger accounts out there than mine, but hey, we all gotta start somewhere, right?

Tweet Regularly

There are no set rules to how many tweets you should post a day – just post whatever feels appropriate at the time but don’t be too spammy. Keep things varied and interesting and try to keep a balance of retweets and your own stuff. Since I have been on twitter, I have never actually scheduled a tweet. Yes, it’s hard to believe but all that wisdom is coming right at you in real-time (hah). Jokes aside, I’ve nothing against it and may try it in the future but just wanted to point out scheduling is not a necessity.

Create Lists

Twitter is such a fast moving social media platform it is impossible to keep up with everything! According to Moz, the average lifespan of a tweet is 18 minutes. So chances are if you are following a lot of people, you are going to miss tweets from your favourite accounts. Therefore, creating a few lists is so so helpful. You can make your own or subscribe to others and it makes it much easier to keep up and engage with people in your community.

Join In With Chats

Twitter chats enable you to meet like-minded people and find new friends. I love joining in with chats when I have the time, they are so much fun and you might even learn a thing or two as well. There are tons out there; the best ones which spring to mind are Bloggers Tribe at 7pm on Saturday, The Blogger Crowd at 8pm on Wednesday and LBloggers Chat every Wednesday and Sunday between 7-8pm (all UK time).

Support Others

Twitter can be a bit of a lonely place if you don’t engage with others. The quickest and simplest way to make friends is to encourage, compliment and support the people around you. Whether that is by a retweet, a like or a comment – it is so nice to give and receive positive feedback. If you find an opportunity to get involved in a group, go for it! These are places which offer continuous support, tips and advice whenever you need it.

Use Photos, Gifs and Emojis

In a sea of tweets, you need to make yours stand out. If you follow me on twitter, you will already know I have a bit of an emoji obsession. I just think a heart or smiley or dancing lady adds something extra and who doesn’t love a bit of colour and silliness every now and then! I also think gifs are brilliant for adding a bit of humour especially to a twitter chat or just simply for your own entertainment. I must have spent hours scrolling through cat gifs in the last few months.

Run Polls

Polls are a great way to engage with your followers and show that you value their opinion. You can run a poll on anything, whether that is blog related or just something you are curious about. A few weeks ago I ran a poll asking people how they kept up with their favourite blogs and 62% said it was through social media links. That tells me it is important to share your latest posts on twitter to reach a bigger audience.

Giveaways

Who doesn’t love a good old freebie? Giveaways are a fantastic ways to increase you twitter following! By offering a chance to win a prize so long as they are following you, you can gain more followers in a short space of time. I did a giveaway when I reached 1,000 followers on twitter last year, and a recent one to win a Paint Splash Map Of The World.

Participate In Threads

If you are browsing your twitter feed, it won’t take you long to come across a thread. These can be anything from blogger or Instagram follow trains to blog comment swaps. I have met so many awesome people through participating in follow trains and threads. Bloggers Tribe run two very popular blog comment swaps on Friday and Sunday at 8pm. Teacup Club Meetings are another one of my favourites on Monday and Thursday at 5pm. Also don’t forget to check out Rebecca’s very supportive New Blogger thread on Thursdays at 8pm. And of course, my Sunday Blog Swap which is my pinned tweet all day every Sunday!

Don’t Overthink It

If you feel uninspired to tweet, that’s okay, don’t force it. Twitter can be a bit of a overwhelming place at times with viral tweets and popular posts all happening at once. So sometimes you just need to take a step back from it all and not overthink it too much. Normally something stupid pops into my head at a random time and I think I wonder what would happen if I tweeted that hah. Or, I wake up feeling inspired and want to share a list of tips and ideas. Let it come to you naturally and don’t feel under pressure – just share whatever you wanna share.

Be Yourself

The most important thing is just to be yourself. If people like you, they will follow you, simples.  Don’t try and be perfect, just be real and relatable and people will like you for that.

I hope you enjoyed my ideas and suggestions! I would love to hear what works for you and your twitter, whether you are small or big, everyone is important. If you would like to follow me on Twitter – click here!

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10 Things To Include In Your Media Kit

Since I started my blog last October, I have been pretty fortunate that a couple of brands have already contacted me for sponsored posts and product reviews. I haven’t reached out to anyone yet (except to one popular hair dressing salon asking for a free haircut which they politely ignored) but anyway moving forward I’ve decided in 2018 that is all going to change! I have recently created my own media kit in the hopes that I can increase my blogging opportunities and collaborate with awesome brands.  If you are thinking about making your own here are a few things I think you should include.

What is a media kit?

It’s basically an online CV for bloggers and businesses to promote their services to potential brands for collaborations, sponsored posts, product reviews and more. It shows all the key information at a glance and gives an overview of who you are and what your blog is about.

How do I make one?

I used Canva Media Kit Templates to create mine as I wasn’t sure of the layout I wanted but you can design your own using photo editing software if that is your thing.

What do I include?

Your Logo and tag line

Use your blog logo or similar font so that your media kit and blog are consistent and easily recognizable. Make sure it is big, eye-catching and clear. A short tag line underneath will describe what your blog is about at a glance (eg. travel blog, food blog, beauty & lifestyle and so on).

A Photo

Include a recent photo of you – using the photograph which matches up with your blog and social media profiles will make your media kit easily identifiable.

About You

A short summary of who you are, where you live, what you enjoy will hopefully show your potential brand you are someone they would want to work with.

About Your Blog

Write a short summary on what your blog is about, a little background and the topics you cover. This will allow brands to see if their product would be a good fit on your blog.

Notable Collaborations

Share a few of the brands you have previously worked with and feel most proud of. They may even search for these posts so they have an idea of the sort of work you produce.

Services Available

List everything you feel you can offer – the more options the better! After all, you don’t have to say yes to everything but you may just stumble across an unexpected opportunity which could work for your blog.

Examples of Photography

If a brand is going to send you a product, they want to have an idea of what it may look like on your blog/instagram. A few examples of your photography will personalize your media kit even more and give the brands a quick preview of your skills.

Social Media Followers

Show your current social media follower count and keep updating this over time. Some brands will only work with bloggers who have a certain number of followers, which can be frustrating but keep putting yourself out there and you might just get lucky.

Blog Stats

In this section I have used the stats from Google Analytics. This will give a rough guide to your target audience and how many people visit your blog each month. I have also included my domain authority (DA) and you can check your own here. DA is a search engine ranking system which ranges from 1 – 100. This is another stat brands use to determine whether they want to collaborate with you. Jordanne from The Life Of A Glasgow Girl has written a very detailed and helpful guide on Increasing Your Domain Authority and she explains it much better than I can!

Contact Details

Finally, list all the ways in which you can be contacted such as e-mail address and blog link – don’t forget to include social media links too!

Where to find opportunities?

I am sure there are tons and tons of places online. The places I am currently checking are:

UK Blogger Opportunities Facebook Group

Bloggers Required Website

Also searching for #prrequest #bloggerswanted #bloggersrequired on Twitter will find up to date opportunities.

I hope this helped! I am now going to be brave and send this out to a few different brands so watch this space… Have you created a media kit? Do you have much success with it? I’d love to hear your thoughts and experiences!

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Paint Splash Map Of The World Giveaway

Two of my favourite things in this life are art and travel. So when the lovely people at Photowall contacted me and offered me a free print, I knew exactly which one I would choose. I ordered myself the Paint Splashes Map 2 canvas as it looked so awesome on their website. On 1st January, I ordered my print and on the 5th it arrived (all the way from Sweden!) impressive, huh?  I’ll be honest with you, I don’t really have much concept of dimensions, so just picked the biggest one available (150 cm x 150 cm) so I was slightly alarmed when I opened the door this morning to a HUGE package. I made a comment to the DHL driver that I was amazed how big it was and he said it isn’t often people say that to him. Ha ha ha…

Simba was also slightly alarmed at the new arrival in the flat. It took me a while to realise there were actually TWO maps here, so I thought this is going to be a perfect giveaway gift for my Twitter followers. (See details at the end of this post)

If you would like to buy your own print from Photowall, use the discount code HelloBexaCampaign2018 to receive 20% off your order (valid until 20th Feb 2018).

The canvas comes with a DIY frame so that it doesn’t get damaged coming all the way from Sweden. I don’t even own a tool kit so I was a little concerned at how I would manage this… I need not have worried though.

After I examined the bag of bits and looked at the instructions I felt more at ease. I didn’t actually need any tools myself, everything I needed was included in the package.

Photowall have handy installation guide for building the frame which can be found here.

OK, how hard can this be. Let’s go!

Each strip of wood has peelable tape to reveal a sticky side.

First, you turn the print over and stick the frame along the edges. Ensure you leave a little gap each end.

This is so you can fold the corners of the cloth onto the frame. So far so good!

Repeat process for all for sides, then push the frame inwards so the wood is flat.

Now allocate 4 screws and a corner plate to each of the corners. No screw driver required, these little things just get twisted by hand. Win.

I found it was easier to screw in the two outer screws first then add the middle ones.

Ta-da! That is it! Do this for each corner and it’s done. How easy was that. Just flip the canvas over and go find somewhere to hang it.

Amazing! I’m pretty impressed at my canvas making skills if I do say so myself.

The print is such good quality and I think the paint splashes are just awesome! I love it!

Does it look better in the lounge or my bedroom? Let me know! I can’t decide.

As I have two of these, I am going to do a giveaway on Twitter. If you would like your very own paint splash map of the world, worth £168 then simply make sure you are following @hellobexa on twitter, like and retweet for a chance to win! I’ll pick a winner at random on Friday 12th January at 7pm GMT. You have to make it yourself like I did but it is very straightforward and can be done in no time at all. Good luck!

Thank you so much to Photowall for sending me the canvas, I absolutely love it! If you want to see more fantastic canvas prints which range from £40 – £168 and environmentally friendly wallpaper then go check out their shop: Photowall You can also follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

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Blogger Christmas Card Swap 2017

Back in late November, I signed up to Katie’s Blogger Christmas Card Swap and had fun creating my own DIY Christmas Tree Washi Tape Christmas Cards. Throughout December I have received so many thoughtful and beautifully designed Christmas cards I thought it would be nice to share them all in a blog post. Thank you to everyone who took part, it was so much fun and I will definitely look forward to do it all again next year. For now, here are the Christmas cards from my blogging friends all around the world…

Love Hayley Beth

It was officially the start Christmas on 23rd November when I received this pretty little card from Hayley from lovehayleybeth.  This card is so sparkly and glittery, its gorgeous! Hayley is a lifestyle blogger who blogs everything from body shop reviews to business. She lives in Gloucestershire, UK and had a love for all things Harry Potter. Oh yeah, we also share the same birthday (18th April) which is pretty cool. Go check her out! Twitter: @lovehayleybeth

Bella – Young Woman Big Dreams

I was excited to check the post on Saturday 25th November, exactly one month before Christmas Day, to see I had another Christmas card! This gorgeous card is from Bella who blogs at Young Woman Big Dreams. There was also a little gift of a Yankee Candle which I thought was such a lovely touch. Young Woman Big Dreams is a life experience blog which supports and motivates young people with their goals. Bella write about careers, travel, fitness and her dreams. Such a encouraging blog with beautiful photographs. Go check her out! Twitter: @YoungWomanB

Rosaleen – Majella Rose

My third card brightened up my Wednesday morning. I just love getting nice post, especially nice Christmas post from other bloggers. This adorable card is from Rosaleen and her family – aren’t those little bunnies with scarfs on are just the cutest thing ever. Rosaleen is from Manchester in the UK and blogs at Majella Rose about everything and anything that makes her happy. This includes mum life, travel, house & garden, beauty and food – there is really something for everyone! Go check out her fantastic blog! Twitter: @rosa1een

Lianne – Lianne Williams

On the 1st of December I received this amazing Christmas Card from Lianne who is an artist and blogger. Wow. I’m super impressed that Lianne made this card herself, it’s brilliant and I love the amusing text too! Here is a little bit about Lianne and her work taken from her website www.liannewilliams.com –  I’m an artist and illustrator from the UK working primarily in colour pencil and watercolour to create mainly self reflective portraits, which often focus on the glamorous, fantastical or sensual.  My work frequently features abstract elements, glitter or rhinestone embellishments, and takes influence from nature, flora and fauna, science, cosmetics, beauty, fashion and costume design. To find out more check our her website! Twitter: @LWilliamsArt

Jordanne – The Life Of A Glasgow Girl

The second card I received on the 1st December was this gorgeous glittery card from Jordanne from The Life Of A Glasgow Girl. I absolutely love Disney so this card is an excellent choice. The Life Of A Glasgow girl is packed full of beautiful photography with posts on mum life, beauty, food, fashion and more! Jordanne is also the creator behind Bloggers Tribe – a hugely supportive and successful community which is an uplifting and positive space for bloggers, also ran by Katie and Claire. I love it! Twitter: @Ofaglasgowgirl and @BloggersTribe

Chloe – Chloe Lu Ye

On Saturday 2nd December, the postman delivered another Christmas card – yay! This beautiful card is from Chloe, a music lover who blogs at Chloe Lu Ye about travel, fitness, lifestyle and thoughts in general. Chloe is also the founder of the #unthinkstigma project – an online community to get more people talking and sharing experiences to fight the stigma of mental health illness. She invited myself, Kerry, Fern and Casey to take part in the project and I have met some great friends and bloggers through this experience! Check out Chloe’s blog and the unthinkstigma project! Twitter: @chloeluye

Shanna – Bald Bird Beauty

This is a lovely little card from Shanna – I love the Santa Claus’s Post Office Stamp! Shanna is a 34 year old welsh girl living in Manchester. She writes that she has an obsession with animals and makeup! (just not together). Bald Bird Beauty is her lifestyle and beauty blog which also has some brilliant posts on travel and tips for living with Alopecia. You find out more check her Shanna’s awesome blog here. Twitter: @baldbirdbeauty

Alina – Leenay Blogs

You can’t see it from the photo but this card is so glittery! I love it! It’s from Alina (Leenay) who is an 18 year old student studying Pharmacy Science and Health. Leenay describes herself as a travel blogger who loves skincare products occasionally doing DIY products. From her blog: I create crazy makeup looks and I try to put my style forward by carefully picking out pieces of clothing to create a outfit that represents me! Read more about Leenay here! Twitter: @LeenayBlogs

Melanie Jessica – Melanie With An Ie

This is such an adorable handmade card by Melanie! I love the reindeer – so creative! Melanie is a Worcestershire/Gloucestershire based Blogger and Medical Laboratory Assistant for NHS England. She blogs at Melanie (With An IE) and shares posts on lifestyle, beauty, food, fashion and so much more! Go check out her fantastic blog here. Twitter: @melaniejessiee

Ffi – The Essence Of Red

I’ve received so many gorgeous cards this year and they just keep on coming! I love this beautiful one from Ffi. Ffi is a student who blogs at The Essence Of Red about lifestyle and travel. Her blog has so many brilliant posts on fashion, beauty, travel, lifestyle and personal life – plus her photography is stunning! Go check out her blog here. Twitter: @TheEssenceOfRed 

Gemma – An Ocean Glimmer

Oh my! It’s a little Simba on a Christmas card! I love it – so cute and looks exactly like my little fur ball of mischief. This adorable Christmas card is from Gemma who blogs at An Ocean Glimmer. Gemma is a twenty-one year old student and blogger from Plymouth, Devon. She writes about Formula 1, Lifestyle and Beauty, along with documenting special moments her my life. There are so many great posts on her blog! Go check it out here. Twitter: @gcabray

Meera – Lone Teen Traveller

I absolutely adore this illustrated card by Meera. She is such an incredibly talented artist and I especially love the little cat – so sweet! Meera blogs at Lone Teen Traveller mostly about travel with some fashion and lifestyle bits too. Meera’s travels include her exciting experiences in Asia and Europe which are well worth a read! She also designs clothes and fashion sketches too. Check out her fantastic blog here. Twitter: @Meera_ltt

Victoria Austin

Wow! Another handmade card! I am so lucky to receive so many gorgeous and well-made cards! This one is from Victoria who is a 20-something creative blogger based in Devon in the UK. Her blog has a general mix of lifestyle related content such as fashion, beauty, homeware, books, diy creative makes and places to visit or go walking in and around Devon. She also loves stationery, lipstick, eyeliner, coding, digital art and of course photography. There is something for everyone on her blog so go check it out here! Twitter: @victoriaxaustin

Michellé – Chelle MUA Blog

Wow! I absolutely love this card from Michellé. It’s so creative and I really like the patterned paper she has used for the Christmas tree branches. Michellé blogs at Chelle MUA, she describes herself as a makeup artist, blogger, Au pair and coffee snob from South Africa. Michellé is lovely and she has so many great posts on her blog, go check them out here! Twitter: @chelle_muablog

Em – Out Of Tea Bags

This is such a fun and cheerful card from Em! It’s brilliant! It’s also a charity Christmas card to help raise money for CLIC Sargent – the UK’s leading charity for children and young people with cancer. Em is a second year graphic design student at Norwich University of the Arts, Disney lover and occasional traveler. You can read more about Em on her fantastic lifestyle blog here. Twitter: @OutOfTeaBag

Ocean Hayward

This is such a beautiful card from Ocean Hayward. She writes in the card that the painter is Trevor Wells, so I looked him up and was even more astounded. Trevor Wells was permanently paralyzed after playing rugby and painted this entire scene using his mouth! How incredible is that. This is from Ocean Hayward’s blog: Ocean Hayward is an Atlantic Canadian writer. She lives in a small town on the coast with her husband. Her day job is teaching high school students. When she’s not teaching, she’s either writing or ranting or both. Sometimes she even teaches, writes and rants all at the same time! She is one incredible lady. Check out her awesome blog here. Twitter: @OceanHayward

Rachel – Wondering Why

One of the most amazing things about being a blogger is making friends with people all over the world. I was so excited when I received a postcard from Nevada – all the way in the United States. This was sent from Rachel from Wondering Why: a personal and lifestyle blog. Rachel is a student currently working towards a career in Criminal Justice. Her blog is an online diary with lots of appearances from her two adorable dogs, Lucy and Rudy. Check out her lovely blog here. Twitter: @WonderingWhyWP

Fernie – Life With Fernie

This beautiful Christmas Card arrived with two green tea bags! I absolutely love green tea – thank you so much Fernie! I met Fern a while back through the  #unthinkstigma project and have been friends ever since. Fern blogs at Life With Fernie and describes herself as a 20 year old lifestyle blogger, napping enthusiast, Mental health Survivor and perfect housewife wanna be. Life With Fernie has fantastic posts on beauty, fashion, home, life and health. Check out her brilliant blog here. Twitter: @LifeWithFernie

Lena Dee

I met Lena on Twitter and she is my brilliant blogging friend all the way from Barbados! She sent me this amazing homemade card which has Simba from the Lion King on the front. She knows me so well! I am so impressed at her artistic talents and creativity. Lena is a Freelance Artist & Blogger with fantastic posts on lifestyle, fashion, beauty and food. She is such a friendly and supportive blogger! Go check her blog out here. Twitter: @LenaDeexo

Rebecca – Rebecca Reviews

Rebecca was one of the first people to chat to me on Twitter. She has been such a lovely and supportive friend ever since. I absolutely love the handmade robin Christmas card and the adorable cat postcard which came too. What a sweet and thoughtful touch! Rebecca is from Cambridgeshire, UK and runs Rebecca Reviews, a brilliant blog which reviews a wide range of products which includes, beauty, lifestyle, travel and food & drink. Rebecca is passionate in supporting local or independent businesses and brands which I think is a fantastic thing to do. Go check out her awesome blog here. Twitter: @RReviews_Blog

Kerry – Mummy Thomas’ Blog

Oh my. Look at this adorable cat in a scarf! I love it! This cute little card is from Kerry who blogs at Mummy Thomas’ Blog. Kerry is another blogger friend I have known for a while now, and she has always been so positive and supportive. Kerry describes herself as is a mummy, wifey (and cat mum!) who blogs about her experiences with mental health, PTSD, PND and birth trauma. She shares her ups and downs of parenting and I’ve always admired her honest and open approach to blogging. Check out her inspirational blog here. Twitter: @KTMummy 

Jess Clare

This is such a sweet and thoughtful handmade card from Jess. I love that when I opened it loads of multicoloured stars just burst out. I think the sparkly stars and colourful presents are fabulous! Jess writes at Jess Clare and is a lover of animals, music, coffee, travelling & books. She loves Harry Potter and all things Disney and has a varied music taste from pop punk to cheese. He he, this describes my music taste pretty accurately too. There are loads of interesting posts over on her blog, so go check her out here! Twitter: @jessxclare

Betsy Lulu

Betsy Lulu is my writer friend from Canada. We met on Twitter and she has always been so kind and encouraging. She sent me this awesome card which says Warm Thoughts & Merry Wishes from Canada. That is so cool! She also sent me a grapeseed and licorice facemask too, what a sweet and thoughtful gift! Betsy Lulu is currently working on her debut novel, a romance/drama which will be published in 2018, how exciting! Follow her on twitter for more announcements! Twitter: @BetsyLulu1

Amy – Finding Serenity

Hot chocolate AND marshmallows, what a fantastic treat to find inside today’s Christmas card from Amy. And what a gorgeous Christmas card too! Amy blogs at Finding Serenity – a beauty, fashion, fitness and lifestyle blog. Amy also uses her blog to raise awareness of mental illnesses and shares her experiences to inspire others. She has so many helpful articles on fitness motivation, personal development and amazing travel destinations all with fantastic photography. Go check out her beautiful blog here. Twitter: @amyold_

Vicki – Miss Vic LB

Aw what an adorable Christmas card from Vicki! Vicki is a Southampton blogger and runs a fantastic blog focusing on lifestyle, television, travel, food and animals at Miss Vic LB. Her two main hobbies are writing and video editing being a graduate in Television and Video production. Vicki loves going to new cities, watching British comedy, adores animals and good food. Check out her brilliant blog here. Twitter: @missviclb

Tiffany – Food and Other Loves

I love this amusing little Christmas card from from Tiffany, it’s so sweet! Tiffany is a lifestyle blogger with a love for baking and London who shares her thoughts at Food and Other Loves. Tiffany’s describes her blog as somewhere to talk about beauty, food, or something more personal to me, literally anything. There are plenty of delicious food related blogs and many other fun and interesting posts. Go check out her fantastic blog here. Twitter: @TiffanyRawling

Lisa’s Notebook

This is a great card from Lisa and it came with little dinosaurs wearing Christmas hats, what is better than that! Lisa has been a lovely blogging friend for a little while now and is always so kind and supportive. Lisa is from Bath and blogs at Lisa’s Notebook and shares a whole range of brilliant posts on beauty, blogging, books, family, garden, lifestyle, and reviews – there is really something for everyone! Lisa describes herself as a mum of one, concierge to 3 cats, a keen & clueless gardener, book & tea lover, and Plantagenet enthusiast. Check out her fabulous blog here. Twitter: @LisasNotebook

Becky – The Owlet

I am so lucky to have received so many awesome Christmas cards this year. This is such a nicely designed card from Becky. Becky is a Bristol / Birmingham plus size fashion & lifestyle blogger, YouTuber, photographer & radio presenter. Becky’s blog is called The Owlet – she describes herself as being owl obsessed, a photographer, wanderer and beauty addict. She posts everything from fashion to food with bits of my life thrown in for good measure. Check out her brilliant blog here! Twitter: @theowletblog

Lauren Ann Beauty

This is such a gorgeous card from Lauren! I love it!  Lauren is a Blogger and Designer from the UK who writes at Lauren Ann Beauty – a blog full of lifestyle, makeup and beauty posts. Lauren shares tons of brilliant beauty reviews and life updates all with fantastic photography. Check out her awesome blog here. Twitter: @laurenannbeauty

Thank you to everybody for all these fabulous cards! I have met so many new bloggers through this swap so thank you Katie for organizing this.  I will look forward to reading all your blogging adventures in 2018!

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