Blogger challenge terms and conditions – don’t sign the rights to your work away!

Updated on 14 October by Jeanne Horak-Druiff

THE ONE-LINE SUMMARY

Be sure to read the fine print when you are invited to submit a recipe to participate in blogger “recipe challenges” – increasingly, terms are being hidden in the fine-print that strip you of your ownership rights over your photo and recipe purely by [Read on...]

Disclosure and why it’s important

Updated 13 November2013

PLEASE NOTE that this page is provided purely for information purposes and comprises quotes from relevant legislation rather than any interpretation of the law. We are not lawyers and nothing on this page should be construed as constituting legal advice. If you are in any [Read on...]

Don’t be a schmuck, ask to be paid for your work!

Post updated on 06 September 2013.

I’ve just read a brilliant post by Sarah over at Maison Cupcake about why you should be paid for your work.

Many bloggers work for brands for free and there are occasions when this is fine, for instance when you are reviewing a product [Read on...]

Turning a Bad PR Approach into a Positive Experience

photo: Flickr/ keithellwood

Last updated 29 September 2013.

We all get those emails from PRs, the ones that just aren’t relevant. The temptation is to scream or bang your head against the wall.

The request to try a meat hamper sent to a veggie blogger, the offer of crisps to a health blogger [Read on...]

Blogger School

Blogging is a very steep learning curve. Here at Blogger School, we aim to help bloggers to learn the skills they need to be successful.

We will tackle topics such as working with PR and brands, copyright, cookies, disclosure and any other topics we think may be useful.

We are very positive about working with PRs and brands. Blogger School was not set up to knock PRs - we know that both PRs and bloggers can gain a huge amount from working together - and we want these relationships to work better for the benefit of everyone.

Please feel free to leave questions for our blogging professors via a comment or send an e-mail to professor@blogger-school.com. All e-mails will be treated as confidential, and all questions can be published anonymously.

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