Fashionistas around the world are going to get a pretty good shot at spending hours of their day researching and writing about fashion for an already-established audience through The Guardian. It looks like the website is also doing ad revenue sharing for writers, so if you can get your name up in pixels, there's actually a chance to make a living off blogging about what you already love.
Typically the provenance of digital ad companies and internet-ambitious print media, fashion blogger networks have, over the past four or five yeas, become a popular tool for brands looking for a quick way to expand their online presences without assuming a staffing burden. In exchange for reach—media companies and publications such as Glamour and Lucky, for example, have tremendous influence and a huge audience—publications license independent fashion bloggers' content on either an exclusive or non-exclusive basis, usually for free. Read More