As a fashion blogger and influencer, I have experienced the growth of fashion bloggers and influencers myself. I have been in this field for about 3 years now and the growth has been exponential! When I first started out I didn’t know what I was doing. I would share random photos of my shoes in the snow, or a photo of a dress that cropped my face off when posted on Instagram. Thank the Lord things have changed drastically since then!
This is a guide to everything you need to know for LTK Day 2020 on July 19th. In this LTK Day 2020 guide you will find information on what LikeToKnow.it is, how to use the app, how to participate in the sale, and tons of finds from participating retailers for you to shop.
What is LikeToKnow.it?
LikeToKnow.it (LTK.it) is a completely free social media shopping app. You can use it to search for specific products and follow your favorite bloggers to see what they’re sharing. Influencers and bloggers use LikeToKnow.it to link products that they share in their posts for people to purchase. LikeToKnow.it posts can be shopped by viewing them in the app, or by going to the specific “liketk.it/” link provided in the post caption.
You’ve probably seen them all over Instagram during the COVID-19 pandemic. Grid photo collages with multiple different people holding up signs to write a message. But you were never invited to be part of one. Or you simply liked the idea and wanted to create on all by yourself. Well you’re in luck because I’ve created this easy-to-understand guide on how to create a text grid photo collage. Be prepared to dedicate a whole day to this. It may take awhile, but the result is so worth it!
Raise your hand if you’ve ever seen a photo on Instagram and been envious of that person 🙋 . It happens to me all the time. Sometimes it motivates me to do better, but sometimes I have to stop myself from comparing myself. This is becoming such a big issue with Instagram and other social media these days. Social media has become so standard today that it’s practically unavoidable. Instead of being a place of comparison and jealousy, why can’t it become a place of encouragement and inspiration? After all, that’s what it’s SUPPOSED to be, right?!