This week has absolutely whizzed past and I can’t quite believe that it’s already the weekend!
Thank you so much for all your comments on Flowerona. I really appreciate it!
It makes all the hard work worthwhile…thinking of blog post topics, sourcing images and editing them, writing the copy and proofreading.
Here’s a look back at my week…
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
Office days spent replying to and writing emails, editing images, using social media…plus all the other things you do when you return from holiday, like mountains of washing (thank heavens we’ve had such sunny weather!) and visiting the supermarket.
Also bought an early bird ticket for a new blogging event which is taking place in London next May. It’s called Blogtacular and the keynote speaker is the inspirational Joy Cho, who writes the blog Oh Joy!
It was such an inspirational afternoon with lots of discussion about blogging, gardening and flowers.
I found it so helpful to discuss my plans for taking Flowerona forward. And it was great to get Fiona and Lisa’s opinions on how I could increase my readership and revenue.
Below are some of Fiona’s stunning dahlias which she very kindly let me take from her beautiful garden.
My blog posts this week on Flowerona were :
- Fond memories of our summer holiday in Devon…
- Introducing photographer, Katie Spicer…
- Brides The Show – Florists who’ll be exhibiting there, plus a ticket offer
- Floral-inspired papercut illustrations by Sarah Trumbauer
- Six fabulous UK florists and their beautiful Instagram images
Even though Katie Spicer’s and yesterday’s blog posts were very popular, they were still pipped to the post by ‘Lisianthus – often mistaken for a rose or peony’…the most popular blog post this week, again!
Guest blog posts
New Covent Garden Flower Market
On the New Covent Garden Flower Market blog, I wrote and compiled their Flower Market Report for September.
And I also wrote and compiled a Product Profile report all about dahlias.
So, I hope you have a lovely Saturday and I’ll see you tomorrow with lots of flowery links.
(Images : Rona Wheeldon for Flowerona)