Saturday, 16 April 2011
This week’s recommended reads
Following my recent blog post where I encouraged you all to keep up with beauty news and innovation, here is my first of a regular series of blog posts on my recommended reads, bringing you links to recent articles, news pieces or blog posts that I have found informative/inspiring. These will mainly be about, but not limited to, the beauty industry, social media or marketing.
If you have any links that you would like to share with readers of Your Beauty Industry, leave the link in the comments box below or email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If I think it will be of interest to my readers I will share it on here, and of course credit you.
Elle.com tells us about the new guidelines for misleading beauty adverts (thanks to Imogen Matthews via @PremBeauty on Twitter for alerting me to this)
Greg Jarboe at SearchEngineWatch.com talks about how small companies can become YouTube partners
Lisa Eldridge, a makeup artist who I have great respect for, talks us through the history of beauty
Jane at British Beauty Blogger talks about how to engage with bloggers, following her recent presentation at the Beauty Focus conference
Make Up in Paris is a 2 day trade show dedicated to the beauty industry, which will be held 23-24th June 2011
Cosmetics Business looks at the rise and rise of social media in its feature Social Media: Heard it through the Grapevine?
And finally, I came across a blog this week called Daily Bits of Beauty, which I find completely inspiring and beautiful.
I hope you find these useful!