If you’re a blogger, aspiring to start up your own blog, or simply interested in the online world, then this magazine is perfect for you. Each of the 164 pages are jam packed with inspiration and I am sure it will make you love blogging even more than before!
Blogosphere is always one of my favourite magazines. From the design to the photography, it is so beautiful and inspirational.
It’s so good! It’s so nice to read a physical magazine that’s all about blogging and it features some amazing bloggers, too. Can’t wait for the next issue!
My first ever encounter with the magazine was issue 7 with Samantha Maria – I remember watching her cover reveal party on YouTube. From then, I was in awe that there was a Blogger-themed magazine to support bloggers and influencers like me. So unique!
It’s an amazing magazine! It’s packed full of useful stuff and helps me find new blogs to read!
I’ve been loving dipping in and out of it every few days; just settling down with a cuppa and having a read of an article or two at a time.
I feel like I’ve found some great new blogs to read and I’ve learnt some new bloggy tips, too! I’ll definitely be getting the next issue!
After seeing it do the rounds on Twitter and Instagram, I finally purchased a copy of Blogosphere magazine. It’s a magazine “for bloggers by bloggers” and they’ve done a bloody good job!
The final product looks so professional and fancy and what’s inside is fab, too. They’re really active on SM and are always giving smaller bloggers the chance to feature inside.
This is my first ever issue of Blogosphere and I have learnt so much from it. This quite literally is a blogger’s bible. What more could you ask for, a magazine written about blogging by bloggers. I mean come on.
I have also purchased all the back issues, which I am so excited to read. I recommend this to all bloggers out there.
With the first flick through I was instantly hooked. The quality of this magazine (yes, I’m talking paper as well as content!) is incredible; you can really feel the time and effort each and every contributor has taken to make a well pulled together, editorial piece.
We can’t emphasise enough how great this magazine is. Jam-packed front to back with amazing articles by talented bloggers from across the UK, shedding light on different issues, events and such like.
I only recently discovered this magazine (I know – where have I been?!) but it is such a fantasmical idea, and I can’t believe it took me so long to discover it!
It’s an authentic publication for bloggers about bloggers, which is something I think the media industry is seriously lacking in to be honest, so it’s nice to have someone spreading the word about all the amazing work us bloggers do!
This November, I have been truly inspired to do more with my blog for the New Year. Building, creating and planning is work in progress. This is all down to the magazine, Blogosphere. The magazine is directed mainly to bloggers or those who may be aspiring to blog. Its content isn’t just showcasing blogs/bloggers but it also provides inspiration, help and tools.
Blogosphere is something you need to purchase. I am still referring back to it days after I received it for myself and to tell people.
Blogosphere is a magazine for bloggers by bloggers that covers a range of relevant topics in the blogging world. Not only does it have a section on beauty but it covers everything from lifestyle to food, travel and photography. The variation of content is seriously impressive and I couldn’t put it down!
I thought I would buy one to see what all the fuss was about, I am now addicted and have just ordered Issues 1,2 & 3 to try to catch up. If you are a blogger or are interested in blogs it might be worth having a flick through one of these issues, such a good read!
Written by bloggers, for bloggers, Blogosphere Magazine is a treasure trove of information for any blogger regardless of experience. I have been writing for the web for years, and always find a new nugget of wisdom in each and very issue.
Blogosphere holds an element of substance that goes further than the ‘read & bin it’ culture of traditional magazines. Reading it, I am informed, my interests are held 100% and my blogging opportunities seem heightened with what I have read. Needless to say, this magazine will be a coffee table fixture, holding the notion of a ‘collector’s item’.
Not one word was left behind on my reading voyage and I treasured every moment. It’s been a few days since I finished the first issue, and I’m still high on the fact that I was introduced to a great number of new bloggers, and presented with insight and experience that will inspire, comfort and cheer me on. If you blog (and love print) you need Blogosphere in your life.
Beautifully illustrated and lovingly put together, it’s just a big old treat for the eyes and full of lovely, interesting content written by lovely, interesting people.
The quality of the magazine is stunning – the paper feels amazing, and the design is beautiful.
It’s like when you read a blog post of your favourite bloggers favourite blogs. But in the flesh, on paper. Having it written down like that so you can carry it with you is different to reading about it on the screen.
A publication which both celebrates and shares the passion behind blogging and all those who blog; which has introduced me to more and more beautiful blogs with every issue. Blogosphere Magazine is a fantastic magazine with each and every page, the only magazine I’ve ever read cover to cover.
Blogosphere is a magazine written for bloggers and by bloggers. From photography to *cough* teen blogging, each issue covers everything you might want to know whether you are a reader or a writer. Don’t forget every issue has an awesome cover star and interview, Issue 4 is with Louis Cole, with past issues being covered by Essie Button and Fleur De Force‘s faces, so you could say it’s a pretty high profile publication.
Blogosphere is a beautifully presented magazine in its entirety and the three pages dedicated to my article were accompanied by some lovely illustrations provided by the design team.
It’s great to be part of a magazine by bloggers for bloggers. It’s chock full of interviews, inspiration and, of course, advice from me. If you’re a blogger you’ll be sure to come away with plenty of new ideas and more awesomeness to add to your blogroll.
Perhaps the best way to describe it is The Week for the web. It’s a way of flagging up some of the best bits to read, from within the murky depths of the blogosphere. Hopefully the magazine will also inspire people who are thinking about starting a blog, and help might help create something of a community for those who already have.
I’m very proud of it, and especially proud of all the brilliant Beauty Bloggers featured within the Beauty section.
I am so honoured and happy to be a part of this wonderful group of people. I also can’t believe that my work is now printed in an actual magazine… a dream come true! Blogosphere magazine is a new publication for bloggers and aspiring bloggers written by bloggers! (that’s a lot of bloggers right there!) It is full of wonderful stories, recipes and tips to make your blog stand out. It truly is a beautiful piece – you know the kind with thick paper and beautiful fonts.
Blogosphere Magazine is a new magazine ‘for bloggers about bloggers’ I first heard about this over on Cider With Rosie, and as I love her blog and saw that it was one of the blogs featured in it, I pretty much had to buy it. Issue 1 has a lovely interview with Estee, and the rest of the content focuses on mini interviews with a variety of different bloggers who talk about their top 5 favourite blogs.
I was thrilled to be asked to be the covergirl and main interview for the second issue of Blogosphere Magazine, (out in digital now, and in print this weekend) a new publication designed to highlight bloggers and their sites. We had great fun on the shoot a few weeks ago here in London, with photographer David Mitchell, and stylist Chloe Beeney.
If you find it hard to discover new blogs of different kinds and just generally love having something you can handle and really sink your teeth into (the only reason I never invested in an iPad/Kindle) then it might be for you!
I love reading blogs, but I also love discovering new blogs and so I knew this magazine was for me. I’ve found many new blogs from the magazine. I like the fact that it includes all areas of blogging rather than just beauty bits because sometimes I love browsing a travel blog and dreaming of the sun.
This latest offering to hit the blogging world provides a structured, well-written, and inspirational publication accompanied by beautiful photos and an obvious love for writing. If you’re an old-time blogger, just starting out, or looking for a final source of inspiration to start your own blog then I really recommend giving Blogosphere a read.
Blogosphere Magazine has the RSS feed style about it, being a mash-up of food, fashion, beauty, lifestyle and photography, choice snippets from peoples blogs. It’s nicely designed with watercolour illustrations, well structured and a great way to discover new bloggers. If you want something good to read that has been pre-edited with good content selected by bloggers at the top of their game, then give it a look.
When I saw this surface on the horizon I though “yes, finally!” a magazine for bloggers, by bloggers helping new and old hands navigate through the fast changing world of the blogosphere. Offering up nifty tips and tricks and showcasing what blogs from all different genres and sizes have to offer.
I patiently waited until I had my iPad to buy the first two issues, although from what I saw the print versions look incredibly gorgeous too! The magazine is split into several sections introducing bloggers specializing in topics from food and fashion to travel and photography. Best of all, there’s always a multi-page interview accompanied by gorgeous photography with a very well-known blogger.
The end result is a menagerie of articles on a myriad of topics from reviews of the latest restaurants on the block, to nail art tutorials with recipes for whipping up a cracking chicken curry and beautiful photography in between. The idea is that Blogosphere will introduce you to new blogs that you might just love (like us!) while also providing inspiration and advice to other bloggers.
I honestly think this magazine is a great idea. It showcases so many blogs out there, from beauty to food blogs. I love the quality of the paper, the content and even the people who put the magazine together. They truly care what goes into each page and you can tell by the outcome of each issue. I believe this magazine will go far.
Wait until you see the magazine, full of some of the best bloggers from all different fields, interviews with them, reviews, a great ratio of editorial to advertising, a fantastic layout and on top of all that some of the cutest illustrations i’ve seen!
The magazine is *beautifully* designed, written, and collated, and features interviews, articles, advice columns, and recommendations from key food, lifestyle, travel, beauty & fashion bloggers on which blogs to read next.
If you love blogging definitely check out the magazine, it is fantastic!
Blogosphere is a magazine for bloggers, about bloggers and it’s really cool to see bloggers get some recognition in the print world! Blogosphere not only covers beauty, but it also has sections on fashion, food, photography, travel and recipes. It’s got a really awesome mix of bloggers from all across the blogosphere and it’s a great way to discover new people. Not only is the content great, but the look and feel of the magazine is perfect. The paper selection was on point and I read the magazine cover to cover in one sitting!
Ever wished that there was a place where you could find new blogs that are loved by similar bloggers to you? Well now you can. Filled with great blogger articles from beauty and lifestyle to travel and food, I couldn’t recommend this magazine enough for anyone within the blogging community for find some inspiration.
It’s a wonderful collection of lovely things from all over the internet covering a wide range of topics and interests.