The fashion blogosphere is far larger than we had initially anticipated. It has taken us 12 weeks and many man hours to analyse over 250 of the leading fashion blogs, but we have finally found the Top 50. Here is our press release.
I know we are not supposed to have our favourites, but it is hard not to like the straight talking Beauty Brains – and then we find out one of them has a Guinness World Record for 'Joggling'. Konector just had to find out more.
London 01 October The top 50 beauty blogs have a combined readership of over 1.8 million people every month, and the majority of these visitors are Caucasian woman between 35-49 years old who live in the US. This is according to Konector’s Top 50 Beauty Blogs and Bloggers report which examines the demographics, amongst other measurements, of the leading blogs in the beauty industry.
Konector interviews Elessa from Pursebuzz, who has been rated the most influential beauty blogger in the Top 50 Beauty Blog and Bloggers report. Her blog, Pursebuzz.com, has been ranked sixth out of the top beauty blogs. She is the most popular beauty blogger on MySpace with 3,700 followers, she has over ten thousand followers on Twitter and one thousand friends and fans on Facebook. However Elessa’s greatest impact comes from her presence on YouTube. To date she has 141 thousand channel subscribers on YouTube, she has produced 395 videos that have been watched over 45 million times.
Konector is looking for the leading fashion blogs for the 2009 Top 50 Fashion Blogs and Bloggers report – and we need your help!
Below is a list of leading fashion blogs already under review, but we know that there are many more out there. Have a look at the list and if there are any fashion blogs that you think are missing, please inform us in the comments section, or if you are the editor of a successful fashion blog, you can register with us.
Elessa is the most influential beauty blogger. She is the editor of Pursebuzz.com, the sixth most influential beauty blog, she also is very active on Twitter, Facebook and MySpace. However most of her influence is due to her popularity on YouTube. Elessa currently has 140 thousand subscribers on YouTube and has produced 392 videos which have been watched 44.5 million times.
A recent Ketchum survey of attendees of BlogHer ’09, the largest gathering of female bloggers in North America, confirms that women bloggers are a growing channel of influence for marketing and public relations professionals to target as key influencers – but only if communications professionals do their homework first. Full article on Ketchum here ...
Starbucks has been racking up accolades in the digital and social media space. As of July 23, the coffee chain surpassed Coca-Cola as the most popular brand on Facebook, with more than 3.6 million fans, per InsideFacebook.com, an independent blog that tracks the social networking site’s developments. It was also named the No. 1 “most engaged brand” in a report published by Altimeter Group last month. Full article on Brandweek here ...
Content creation and content dissemination have long been the preserve of, either people with something to say, or people with a way (or means) to distribute what they (or quite frankly what other people) say.
Those walls have come crashing down. Everyone has the ability to create content and distribute it, with relative ease. Of course distribution profiles still follow so-called “well-worn” routes. And on those routes sit content editors, and more recently, content aggregators.
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