Now this is a title to get!
We are more than pleased. Big thanks to the team at MyWeku.com
Of course we had to offer our thoughts 🙂 but we just love the banter and the comments given by the MyWeku followers. All very interesting especially those for Africa Fashion Guide.
“Posted by Amanda on June 7th, 2011, 22:47 (Reply to this comment) Superb! Glad to see so much initiative and creativity. It’s only a matter of time before the Sartorialist and other celeb bloggers start watching their back. As an environmentalist I’d have to choose The African Fashion Guide as my favourite ”
“Posted by Ola on June 9th, 2011, 15:07 (Reply to this comment) Abeg this is not about Nigerian , people are complaining about ciaafrique and the editor of that site is from Mali not Nigeria as the Editor says every year they change to give more opportunities to other bloggers . Not sure how African fashion guide made the list because it was created just a few months ago. My only thing is that there should be a criteria in choosing the sites. The content, traffic ,number of followers . I do agree that the list last year were most all Nigerians. I can’t wait for Next year’s list .”
“Posted by Malaika Tshabalala (S.A) on June 9th, 2011, 16:07 (Reply to this comment) Wow that will be fantastic Myweku. Love the fact that you guys are actively engaging with us (readers and fans) on this. Not many sites take their readers comments this seriously so i for one i’m really touched. The more we take constructive criticism positively as a people the more likely we are to reach the dizzy heights of invincibility. I can see the equivalent of the Forbes Rich List developing here:) and why not???
Ola great positive comment. I disagree with you on The Africa Fashion Guide. It’s the only African site i know of that ventures into a niche – ethical fashion and the curator of that site is an expert in her field. Looking forward to next year’s list. Thanks Myweku.”
We simply appreciate the recognition of the comments relating to our ethical viewpoint and believe all this has added to uor 3000+ hits on the blog so far and our increasing subscriber lists, our offers to undertake media sponsorships and workshops at fashion events and our new and growing relationships built with industry people in African organisations. In just a couple of months! It is crazy! But we give thanks.