Friday, 31 January 2014

Blogging: helpful sites.

 Hello everyone, having a fun Friday? 
I have wanted to do this post for the longest time, but I've only recently worked out how to save screenshots in order to get them onto blogger (thank you paint!) so with that conquered, I got straight to it. 

I use all of these sights on a regular basis in order to help run my blog, they are all gorgeously laid out, easy to use, and most of all- inspiring! 


Ah, the site that dreams are made of! I use Pinterest for everything and anything; if I need a pretty picture for a post (try saying that six times), some inspiration on a dreary day, or even for school work - I must say it has been invaluable for textiles! I have nineteen boards on the go and I love them all. I'll warn you  now - it's dangerously addictive if you are a fashion photography lover like me...


I use Bloglovin to follow all the blogs I read, frequently using the like button (something that isn't available on GFC) to support my favourite blogs. I check it regularly throughout the day and genuinely look forward to reading new posts. It is also not just for bloggers, I wish I had known about it before I started mine because it would have made things a lot easier. If you don't use Bloglovin' then I assure you - you should! 



This is the site I use to edit all of my pictures (even this one- ohh Inception!), and even created my banner on it so I love it to bits. It has countless filters, overlays, fonts and collage options; I would honestly now struggle without it.  It is so easy to use, and they always update it and add fancy new effects. It is free, but you can get all the shiny buttons and whistles on the `Royale` version which costs a few pounds a month - however it you can currently get a weeks worth for free!


People are so creative on Polyvore, creating gorgeous sets of interiors or drool worthy outfits. I personally like to use it to create my wishlists and trend posts. It took a little bit of getting used to for me (I found things were not in the most obvious places) but now I think I have mastered it. It is fab for us bloggers because it has the ability to automatically post to blogger- perfect!

Feel free to follow me on these platforms buy clicking the links above the images. I hope you found this post helpful or interesting- I love discovering new sites so let me know your favorites! 

13 comments:

  1. I love pinterest- it's full of the most beautiful things! ♥

    Sharlotte // Sharlotte

    ReplyDelete
  2. I love Polyvore! Pinterest is also great! I haven't heard of PicMonkey, I'll be sure to check that out! xx

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. They are both so useful! + I love it :) x

      Delete
  3. I don't think I'd be able to survive without Pinterest, I just love it so much!
    Eden from edenroses xx

    ReplyDelete
  4. I should really use Pinterest more it really is so useful, I've never used Polyvore before but the fact you can post to blogger from it sounds really interesting x

    EmmiHearts

    ReplyDelete
  5. nice !
    http://www.ilonazakrzewska.blogspot.de/

    ReplyDelete
  6. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...