The Fashion industry was highly exclusive reserved for a clique, find out how Fashion bloggers disrupted this industry and why they continue to thrive
What does it take to build a great blogging brand? Afrobloggers interviewed multi award winning editor of Ceeces Travel. To get an insight read on
In our efforts towards Mental Health awareness, let us not leave men behind. Their trauma often finds undesirable ways of expressing itself, sometimes through domestic violence, sometimes through suicide
You may be questioning why you should continue with your blog. Perhaps, you feel like you were sold a dream of money-making because you do not see where the money is. Why should you suffer creating content when it seems no one cares to leave a comment nor press like? Blogging is hard work. Though… Continue reading 5 Reasons why your blog is important
Many blogs are on the verge of falling out for lack of posting, and blog owners tend to attribute this to not having time to write
African Blogger Spotlight Our interview series spotlights African bloggers from all over the globe who call home to slice on the internet; to see a little through their eyes and maybe draw some inspiration. In this edition of the Blogger Spotlight we bring to the limelight Josephine Amoako whose blog Joseyphina’s World is the definition… Continue reading Afrobloggers Spotlight: Josephine Amoako
Hello September Our tradition for September is a blogging challenge themed #MyAfricaMyWords September is Africa month, its Africa month every month but in September we choose to celebrate the best way we know how, through the stories shared. #BlogTember What is #Blogtember? Blogtember is a blogging challenge during the month of September to blog everyday… Continue reading Of Afrobloggers #BlogTember: MyAfricaMyWords
When art as an expression starts to appear, without prompting, all over the suburbs and villages of this country, what we are saying is: we are confident enough to create our own living, our own entertainment, our own aesthetic. Such an aesthetic will not be donated to us from the corridors of a university; or… Continue reading A tribute to all African creatives.
I believe to change Africa on all fronts we must begin by changing the perspective of its populace. There is no better way to positively shift this perspective than through the stories
Every Sunday we allow a blogger from our community to take over our twitter account so they can interact with other bloggers, sharing experiences, tips and networking. Here is how Mpho Mashita felt about the opportunity to tweet from behind the Afrobloggers handle:
I couldn’t believe it when I received the message from Afro Bloggers asking me to be their guest for their ‘Sunday Account Take Over’. So without even thinking twice about it, I said yes! It was such an honour to be recognized for the work I do on my fairly new blog and I knew instantly what I desired to engage the community about, and boy did they come to the party!
I planned my topics for the day around the issues that I wanted to discuss. First of all, I saw this as a great platform to engage fellow bloggers on issues that I have been struggling with on my blog and they were able to give great insight into my issues. I’m always asking myself these questions: ‘Does my content resonate with the people that follow my work?’, ‘Should I be more niche?’, ‘Do I want to be…
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As the curtain comes down on #WinterABC, here is to celebrating everyone who took part in the challenge