Authenticity And Your Blog

I recently read a blog post written by David Shaul who writes a blog with his wife called David & Donetta. The post in question was called, How I Sold Out My Authentic Dad Blog. The post was about not writing many organic or authentic posts, and basically just making money from sponsored posts or link placements etc. I’m sure you get the idea. The post inspired me to write this because I think we are getting it wrong with authenticity. While reading it I had the overwhelming thought that bloggers are getting it wrong when it comes to being… [Read More]

An Interview With Dave Hornby Who Writes The DADventurer

This is my sixth interview with pro-bloggers and this week I’m super proud and honoured to be able to interview Dave, the man behind The DADventurer. Dave writes about his adventures of being a stay-at-home dad to his three and a half year old daughter (L) and 2 month old son (‘Beetle’). With appearances from the missus (Hayley) and sausage dog (Dax), he shares his experiences, thoughts and random musings about parenthood in an honest, light-hearted and often excessively sweary way. When I first started blogging and I googled dad bloggers in the UK, The Dadventurer came up instantly on… [Read More]

An Interview With Harriet Shearsmith Who Writes Toby & Roo

This week it’s the fifth interview in my series of interviews with some of the top parenting bloggers and influencers in the UK today. Today’s interview is with Harriet Shearsmith, the founder and writer of Toby & Roo. I am truly honoured and privileged for Harriet to agree to be interviewed by me for my blog. I am very fortunate to have met Harriet on a number of occasions at different blogging events and we have had many conversations online. Harriet has helped me out with the odd blogging issue and her advice was invaluable. I really can call a… [Read More]

An Interview With John Adams Who Writes Dad Blog UK

First up in my series of interviews with some of the UK’s top bloggers is John Adams. John without a doubt in my opinion is the number one dad blogger in the UK today. His blog is always fresh, new and innovative, and there are not many days that go by that I don’t read it. I am very fortunate to call John a friend, but also somebody that has helped me massively on my blogging journey. I feel very honoured and privileged in having John agree to being interviewed on my blog. So a massive thank you to John…. [Read More]