Hello friends! I will review Olivia’s Miss Girl blog this week as part of our second peer review. Four major content topics are covered on this blog: lifestyle, health, fashion, and beauty. While entering the blog’s home page, I noticed that the artistic typeface is big enough and has a circular that resembles the globe in the middle of the two phrases, giving the logo a clean but compelling appearance. The title itself fully caught my attention. The site’s color scheme is adorable and based on white and pink, commonly considered a favorite among ladies. Its young, energetic, delicate, and romantic characteristics give an impression of femininity and love and have exciting potential. One thing to mention, most nurses and other healthcare personnel wear pink uniforms globally, consistent with her health theme.
Another aspect I discovered is that she has set up a podcast on women for visitors to listen to on the homepage. If they are interested, they can click a link to Spotify to listen to additional episodes. This is fascinating and relevant to her blog topic, and it allows people to have fun and a different experience from reading articles only. She also has a Miss Girl’s Instagram account in addition to this website so that she can interact with the public there. Instagram will notify followers when she publishes a new post on her website and allow users to access her homepage by clicking the link in the bio. This is a smart strategy because not everyone will visit the website daily to view the most recent headlines. In this day and age, where everyone enjoys scrolling through social media, this approach may assist current followers in catching the most recent stories and provide the possibility of bringing in new audiences.
When I read some of her earlier posts, Therapy: Is It Worth It? I discovered she had an anxiety problem for a long time, but she is strong and encourages her readers to seek help without fear. She also offers some advice to readers, which significantly impacts the audience. I like how open and honest she is about her condition and how she uses it to encourage others experiencing the same issue. And in her most recent post, New Girl in Town, which is a Lifestyle theme. She added that she is still managing her sleep and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Also, to appeal to a more external target audience, she noted that the blog’s aesthetics and content might modify in the future and that the focus may move to her passions and hobbies. However, I advise against making too many aesthetic changes. I personally enjoy the present website look; it is clean and detailed, and adding more content would be just fantastic! Lastly, I hope that everyone will be able to support her as much as I do and hope that her health will improve daily. And I am looking forward to the future development of this blog!
Miss Girl website: http://missgirl.ca/