What Camera do you use to take your photos?
I use a Panasonic Lumix TZ7 Digital Camera in older blog posts & the Canon EOS 600D in newer posts.

What program do you use to edit your photos?
I use Photoshop CS5 & iPhoto on a Mac

How did you create your old banner?
I used Photoshop to cut and stick different images together

What camera do you use to film your videos?
I use the Canon EOS 600D & iMovie to edit

Who designed your layout? 
The ever so talented Dana, who writes Wonder Forest designed my blog layout

What made you start a blog?
Back in 2007, I started watching YouTube videos and learning all kinds of new things from various makeup gurus, I remember in 2008/2009 I started watching Lollipop26 (Laura) and ACurrentCustom (Lorraine), and they both had blogs alongside their videos. Being very shy and not at all confident, I decided that the best way to get involved in the makeup community and write about something i loved, was to start a blog myself. So in February 2009, I created "Zoella". 

Why did you call your blog Zoella and what does Schoee mean?
I called my blog Zoella, as it was a nickname I was given at the time. I don't remember who by, but now it has stuck with me whether I like it or not haha. Schoee is actually how I used to say my name when I was little. I couldn't say Zoe properly, and it came out "Scho-ee", so that's where that came from. I also called sausages "SCHoshages" and other various words with an "idge" or and "S" or a "Z "became "sch". ;)

How do you get people to read and follow your blog?
When I first started my blog, I think in the first 2 weeks, I gained about 3 followers, they certainly didn't just appear overnight. I would read and comment on other blogs (personal comments not my blog link) & eventually more people would hop on over and join. I also joined twitter, and started following other bloggers and becoming part of the beauty community. Chatting to others who enjoyed the same things as me, and making friends. If you are putting in the effort, people will find you. It's taken me over 3 years to get to the point I am at today. I know it may be frustrating to those of you who have written a few posts and feel as though nobody is listening, but nobody was listening to me at one point either. It's important to just enjoy each aspect of blogging. The ideas, the photography, the editing, the writing and the satisfaction it brings you when you hit the "publish" button. Good things come to those who wait, so just remember that when you feel like smashing your head on your keyboard because you don't have all the followers you wish you had. Blogging should be fun, and extension of you and the things you love, and if it isn't fun, and you aren't enjoying it or getting any satisfaction out of it, maybe it's just not your scene. You also have to remember that not everybody reading your blog will be following you with google friend connect or bloglovin, or hellocotton. They may be subscribed via email, or simply just have your website bookmarked. The vast majority of my readers are not followers at all (just something to keep in mind). Have fun, make the effort and get involved and I'm sure you'll get followers/readers in no time. :)

I need help creating a blog name, can you think of anything?
I would love to have the time and the imagination to help you come up with a blog name, but unfortunately I have neither. Nobody knows you better than yourself, so pick something unique that's personal to you. Things you love? Things that inspire you? A quote maybe? The possibilities are endless (as long as someone else hasn't already snapped it up).


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