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  1. hudapervez says

    Really interesting post! I feel like I need to work on understanding exactly who my target audience is as I don’t necessarily have a niche because I blog about beauty and lifestyle! I agree that you don’t NEED to have a niche as it can be restrictive for some of us! xx

  2. Lea says

    At first I was shy about telling someone I was a blogger but the sooner I realised I was always proud of my blog and what I do, I started calling myself a blogger. (Hope that makes sense). I love how you wrote about the whole branding yourself thing. Thanks for sharing. xx

    • emibeccamarven says

      Yasss gal! Go You! I totally get it though it’s so hard to explain what you do. You’re so welcome glad you enjoyed it! xx

  3. rebekahgillian says

    This is such a good post. So many people are nervous about referring to themselves as bloggers and they needn’t be. I’d argue that all you really need to do to be a blogger is own a blog–whether that be a free site, or a self-hosted website. You post content on the internet that others read, or that your family and friends are willing to share? You’re a blogger, girl. Own it and flaunt it. Thanks for writing such a thought-provoking post!

    Rebekah Gillian | https://rebekahgillian.co.uk

    • emibeccamarven says

      Aww thank you! Yess exactly! Ahhh you’re so very welcome I’m so glad you enjoyed it!! x

  4. Samantha says

    Loved this post. I totally agree, I personally think having a “niche” is an outdated viewpoint. Of course there are bloggers out there who write about a specific subject and that fine, but for me, I prefer not to restrict my writing to one area.
    If asked, I tend to say “ I write a lifestyle and beauty blog” rather than “I’m a blogger” that seems to work for me!

    Samantha x


    • emibeccamarven says

      Yes exactly! There’s so much more lenience to be a all round blogger! Ahh that’s a good way to put it! x


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