If you read my year in review article for 2015, you will know that I started The British Gent with no knowledge of any other Bloggers. However, throughout 2015 I learnt of different blogging communities and was even invited to join one community.In this article, I will highlight the communities I'm apart of and highly recommend you should get involved in whether you're starting out blogging or have been blogging for as long as I have.
UK BloggersThis is the first blogging community I got involved in. Sarah Bailey, who founded the community and blogs at Life in a Breakdown, is really welcoming along with the rest of the admin team on the Facebook page. The #UKBloggers Twitter chat takes place on Friday evenings between 8-9pm UK time which is a great way to communicate with other bloggers, promote your blog and allow others to get to know you better.
Lifestyle BloggersLifestyle Bloggers doesn't have a website that I know of but it has a huge presence on Twitter, where a bi-weekly Twitter chat takes place on Wednesdays and Sundays between 7-8pm UK time. I've always found new bloggers and readers through #lbloggers throughout the year The British Gent has been active.
Male BloggersIf you are a male blogger like myself, you should get involved with the #malebloggers hashtag on Twitter. Although there isn't a chat that takes place there, its great to share articles targeted at men and to communicate with men bloggers.
Girl GangGirl Gang is a new blogging community created by Jemma who blogs at Dorkface. It may appear to be for girls but it welcomes anyone into its community and meets on a Monday between 6-7pm UK time for its weekly chat. If you're interested in getting involved, sign up for free using this form.
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