You have grown Le Vrai Chic into one of the largest male lifestyle blogs in Belgium. What did you learn along the way?
Is it one of the largest? Well I have no idea, I just do what I do, just write down what I like, and what I think my readers will like. It was a long way, and I still have a long way to go, but if there’s a thing I learned is that you always, no matter what have to be yourself. Let no one tell you what to do, how to write, how to take picture or anything else! You have to be strong to keep up and to stay in the Business.
There are a lot of other bloggers who are doing exactly the same thing as me and so it’s important to have your own style and vision on things. It doesn’t make sense to copy any one else or, using the same filter on Instagram or something, people have no need to follow 20 bloggers who are doing exactly the same.
Just produce good quality and put passion and personality into what you do. Forget the amount of likes and followers you have. Also I don’t see the other bloggers as my rivals but I see them as my colleagues, in Belgium, the world is so small and we have so many events that we literally see each other once more a week, so it would be kind of awkward to ignore or disrespect each other, we just have to support each other because you are more stronger together than alone!