Official Blogger | Female Entrepreneur Week

You might be reading the title of this post thinking; oh it’s another Feminist event. Yes it is a post dedicated to celebrating females and how successful you can be as a woman, to show you how you can thrive in your market. This Female Entrepreneur Week [FEW] is an incredible thing to have been created by amazing women across the global for many of us ladies to be a part of. Supporting each other is something we need to work on in all industries. We as women seem to judge each other either through the success of their businesses or the shape of their bodies to name just a few. Why do we feel the need to do this to each other, yes a bit of healthy competition is great, when it comes to putting each other down it’s just not right! So this is why I decided to join the FEW team as an official blogger; to share the amazing opportunity for all women to be successful in any niche. To show support and learn from other female entrepreneurs because the only way we can truly blossom as women is to stick together.

What is FEW?

FEW like I mentioned above stands for Female Entrepreneur Week; a week dedicated to helping us women to become successful in our fields of expertise, it was created by women for women. To help us learn and become the most successful entrepreneur we can be. The FEW provides you with a range of tutorials from each of the women on the FEW crew focusing on just the essential steps to build a business that will succeed.

What will it involve?

Well across the week they are planning to cram a lot of factual and informative tips and tricks into each aspect of the project. Covering things that include strategies to help you make money, PR plans to help increase your influence in the business, and Facebook Ads to drive traffic all to name a few.

You can sign up to receive all this here: http://www.femaleentrepreneurweek.com/

I am excited to be a part of this project and community of strong women because I seek to become successful in this field; I wanted to learn from the best & support those in the same boat as me. So that’s why I wanted to join the FEW and become an official blogger; supporting those who have decided to go out there and achieve their dreams to have a thriving business and be an entrepreneur showing us that no matter what you too can become what you dream off as long as you set your mind to it. This FEW is aimed to give us ladies the support we need to be a success in our fields. Are you one of the FEW?

What I want to achieve from this?

As you know from this website; I am a blogger, not a blogger who earns money from the work I do though. I didn’t just join the FEW to be an official blogger for the project I joined because I wanted the advice I needed to make my blogging monetised- I do receive products to review but get no money for my posts as of yet therefore learning from the experts is something I needed to do. I look forward to receiving the tutorials, workbooks and to talk to the female entrepreneurs that will be taking part in the FEW to expand my knowledge and learn how to turn my blog into something I could earn a little more cash from.
Not many people see the amount of work that goes into blogging; there is the writing, photography, promoting, replying to comments, keeping up with social media- and many of us bloggers have full time jobs on top of the blog, so if you could learn how to make a little bit of money from this would you? Enjoy the FEW and learn how to become your own entrepreneur in charge of your own business.

I would love it if you could join me and be one of the FEW as well, lets be successful together and learn from the best.

 

 

 

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*As an official blogger these graphics were sent to me as part of this project; I am not paid to promote the Female Entrepreneur Week, this is a voluntary collaboration.

10 Comments

  1. June 16, 2017 / 2:14 PM

    This sounds like such a great event and a great thing to be part of! I agree with you- not many people realise how much work goes into blogging especially when you have a full time job on top of it..I hope this helps you out x x

  2. June 16, 2017 / 4:31 PM

    Amazing post and this sounds a great thing to be a part of. I totally agree that not many people know how much work blogging is especially with school or work.

    • June 18, 2017 / 2:47 PM

      You should definitely sign up to it gal, it will be awesome x

  3. June 17, 2017 / 10:20 AM

    Really amazing post to read, This sounds like an amazing event. Thank you for this girl. Oh and I agree with the work that goes into blogging when people say oh blogging is stupid or like not much goes into I’m just HELL NO it is amazing and yes it does take so much work you have to be your own writer, photographer and everything you stated above!
    Megan http://itsmeganquinn.blogspot.ie/

    • June 18, 2017 / 2:46 PM

      I’m glad you liked it hunny! Yeah exactly there is so much to this blogging that loads of people have no idea about. Hope your day is going well.

  4. Lydia
    June 17, 2017 / 5:56 PM

    This looks so awesome-congrats on being part of the project! We need more events like this-I’d love to play a part in in.

    • June 18, 2017 / 2:45 PM

      You should be a part of it as well- sign up on the website hunny!

  5. June 22, 2017 / 12:37 PM

    This is great and definitely something I’m going to look into! You are so right, not many people understand the amount of effort and work that goes into blogging!

    With love, Tanya
    http://www.tantalks.blogspot.co.uk

  6. August 8, 2017 / 5:20 AM

    I love this female support is always something that I strive for. I missed out but I’ll look out for this event next year. I agree with you on the blogging is hard work. People don’t realize it takes a lot to run a full time blog, I’m still learning something new everyday.

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