Fast Track Your Indie Beauty Brand Blogging Strategy
Blogging is the secret weapon of the indie beauty brand. Every indie beauty brand should be blogging. I understand that blogging isn’t easy. It has taken me a few years of hard slog to understand how it works and that is why I am hosting an Indie Beauty Mastermind on July 20th where I am going to show you how to unleash the power of your blog. I am taking my years of experience and condensing them into a day to fast track you to blogging success.
I am hosting 6 Indie Beauty Mastermind Sessions this summer. The mastermind sessions are small group workshops designed to go deep on specific elements of your beauty business. Have a look at the sessions on offer choose the ones that suit you and drop me a message to reserve your place. email@example.com
I am so excited to be bringing you my Indie Beauty Mastermind Sessions. These are small group workshops for beauty brand designed to go deep deep deep on specific elements of your business. There are 6 sessions scheduled throughout July and August. Check out my blog for more details.
Beauty Trends & Innovations Conference. Looks like an info packed day for any UK indie beauty brands.
Clean Cult is a London based movement creating a space for key figures in the natural beauty industry to come together with beauty lovers adopting a cleaner, conscious and let's face it, cooler approach to their beauty regime.
An annual 1 day conference for beauty entrepreneurs hosted by The Red Tree Consultancy. The event always attracts an ecclectic mix of speakers that inspire and challenge. This combined with plenty of time to network makes it a 'must do' event.
5 Reasons Every Indie Beauty Brand Should Be Blogging
I believe (and know from experience) that blogging is the secret weapon of the indie beauty brand. In this blog I share my top 5 reasons every indie beauty brand should be blogging. I show you why it's so important, how it can differentiate your business and exactly how it will send your sales and profits soaring.
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