What is a Plaver?
A Plaver is a talented fashion blogger whom leverages Plave to gain exposure, earn and income, or create cultural fashionable content. Their content is the foundation of a powerful fashion content platform and unique cultural fashion experience. Plavers determine the What’s Hot, Weekly Emails, and Facebook Feed by voting on their liked or disliked Posts.
Who is being Recruited?
Bloggers are currently being recruited from around the world, our goal is to Signup 50 high fashion extraordinary bloggers by the end of 2012. These individuals will pioneer Plave. All bloggers are invited to apply and will go through the necessary screening process. Good luck, if you have any question or just want to talk, see our contact page.
“A blogger has to post twice a day and attract more than 10,000 hits a day.” Alice Ferraz
What is Vblog?
Vblog is short for Video Blogging, an alternate blogging technique that allows Bloggers to record themselves via their webcam and the recording will directly embed into the post
What are my rights?
Any blogger signed up on Plave is not obliged to contribute posts on Plave. All Plavers own the content they produce through Plave, and similarly if the blogger owns the content from their chosen syndicated blog then all of that blog’s content will remain in the ownership of that said blogger. Plavers must abide by their local copy-write laws and all individuals are responsible for the content they publish. Refer to Terms and Conditions for more information. Plavers (Plave Bloggers) are not permitted to syndicate their external blog into Plave if they do not have authority to do so. Syndication is approved and set up as a free service from Plave Administration.
What Language should I blog in?
Bloggers have the choice to contribute in their local language. To translate content as a reader, you can click on the Translator widget in the sidebar menu, the translation is provided by Google translator (it is not perfect).
Where do I start?
“First, join IFB and utilize their archives – there is a wealth of knowledge within that community. Next, concentrate on your content and aesthetics. Visuals are extremely important – if you attack a new reader with a neon, animated background, they probably won’t stick around to read your posts, let alone come back. Photographs should be clear and your content should be your own. Stay true to yourself and it will show. Last but not least, network. Get to know your fellow bloggers – it’s a close and helpful community. Join relevant communities (lookbook, weardrobe, lucky style spotter, chictopia, etc.) and utilize social networking platforms (twitter, facebook, etc.)” By Keiko Lynn