Miss Bliss here. I know I’ve been less than prolific in my blogging lately, but I took a little hiatus to take care of some important business. (If you must know, I was field-testing new spa treatments—so I’ve spent the past few weeks getting plucked, purged, pummeled and pedicured, all in the name of beauty. I know, it’s a thankless job, but someone’s gotta do it.)
Anyway, I’m happy to announce that I’m back in full swing with the blogging thing. I also have some exciting announcements concerning the blog and other social media:
• I want to give this blog a fresh start, and I’d like to start by consulting with some beauty bigwigs: you, the readers. (You’re out there, aren’t you?) I envision the blog as a fun, honest mix of beauty banter, expert advice and glam-focused gossip—but I’d like to hear how YOU envision it. After all, how can I expect you to log on if I’m not giving you what you like? So leave comments and let me know what you want to see on here: More polls and surveys? More spa-at-home advice? A lengthy post about my favorite reality TV shows? Just tell me!
• We’re going to be seriously ramping up our Twitter tactics in the coming weeks. If you aren’t following us, then fly on over and start! (Am I supposed to use bird-related words whenever talking about Twitter? I’m still getting the hang of it.) We’re going to have more tweeters, more updates, more news, exclusive Twitter offers…so don’t miss out.
• We’re getting ready to pare down our Facebook presence a bit. But don’t panic, Facebook fanatics! (You know who you are.) We’ll still be on there, but just in a more simplified way. Instead of having a Bliss Spa profile, fan page, and group, we’re going to trim the fat and just keep the fan page. In the coming weeks, we’ll phase out the Bliss Spa profile and We Love Bliss! group. So, if you’re friends with us or part of the group, make sure you become a fan so you stay in the Bliss loop once these changes go into effect. And fret not: we’ll still give you all the same updates and news on our fan page—the only difference is, you won’t have to navigate all over Facebook to keep up with it all. (Now you can spend only three hours a day on Facebook instead of four!)
I’m really excited to get started, so don’t forget to leave your feedback in the comments section. I know you guys are opinionated (you’ve never held back when it comes to giving your two cents on a serum), so let me have it!