Georgina Fox is like she sais on her blog a "David Dickinson wannabe"... a fan of fake bake and a lover of bargains. Keep on reading to learn more about this upcoming blogger.
P.S. She is a recently Uni graduate, , with the success of graduation comes more challenges and opportunities in life. Face them both with the same zeal and determination so congratulations Georgina! ;)
What motivated you to create your own blog?
I was introduced to the world of blogging when I did an internship at a big media agency when I was in my second year of uni. It sounds insane to me now it's such a big part of my life, but before then I didn't even know blogs existed! It was sites like Media Marmalade and In The Frow that first got me hooked. I was completely bedazzled by these women who created these addictive online worlds and I wanted a slice of the action! Remember back in the day when everyone had a Piczo site? Well I was obsessed with mine back then and blogging kind of just feels like a grown up version of Piczo!
I started a couple of blogs in the months that followed but never really got it right until I went to visit my boyfriend for a while when he was living in America. He played football out there so whenever he was training I worked on a new site that was more me and eventually Fox on the Hunt (under a different name back then) was born - and I've stuck with it ever since!
What are the things that inspires you the most to create new content?
Out of all the things that can be tough to deal with when running a blog, coming up with content is probably the one thing I find pretty easy. I see inspiration everywhere! For example, I was looking at my friend Adam's eyebrows the other week (they're pretty impressive) and found myself coming up with a post based around a bunch of different brow shapes from people I know. I literally just take everything I'm excited or intrigued by and see how I could shape it into an article.
And whilst I enjoy product reviews and round ups that are more bite size I've been leaning towards more long form content that strikes a different note lately - stuff that you'd hope your readers might bookmark for later or email to a friend.
As a perfectionist I find the transition of blog content quite a tough thing to manage - the quality and direction constantly changes and lots of the time I feel like I wish I could have launched it with a stream of perfect content, with the perfect design etc. But that's just not how it goes and I think it's important to embrace that!
What would be your ideal working environment?
Every blogger looks up to other bloggers. Who has inspired you in the blogging community and why?
If a new blogger walked up to you asking for your advice and you only had five minutes to give him/her your best tip, what would it be?
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