Blogger outreach and influencer service Bloggers Required, today announces the start of its third annual Global Blogging Survey.
The Bloggers Required Global Blogging Survey 2016 will open on 3rd October and run for a period of two months. The survey is open to bloggers from all geographic territories, and all verticals including fashion and beauty, parenting and travel. The results will be published in Q1 2017.
Andy Merchant, co-founder of Bloggers Required, comments: “It’s exciting to launch our third annual Global Blogging Survey. The previous two surveys have provided the blogging industry with valuable insights and benchmarks, and we hope this forthcoming report will showcase how rapidly the market is evolving, and highlight how brands can be making the most of their blogger collaborations.”
Those wishing to review the 2014 and 2015 Global Blogging survey results can review them here, and bloggers wishing to take part in the 2016 Global Blogging Survey can do so at the dedicated Global Blogging Survey site http://globalbloggingsurvey.bloggersrequired.com.
If you are a brand or agency and would like to become a sponsor of the forthcoming report, please get in touch with Bloggers Required directly.
If you would like to get involved with Bloggers Required, we're always happy to hear from prospective advertisers, newsletter sponsors and partners, just give us a shout at [email protected]
Bloggers Required does not write or imply any association with, nor endorsement by or of, the product/service/brand/business named in this blogging assignment, and is not responsible for the assignment contents or their authenticity. Please read our T&Cs, blogger FAQ and ethical blogging guide before applying to this blogging assignment UK – US.
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