One of the realities of working with big companies is that they’re not always prepared to take the risk (read investment) that comes with jumping into a (new) opportunity.
As a frequent consultant in magazineland, Glam.com’s development of a fashion blogging network pulling in popular shopping and style blogs BagCrazy, Coquette, SheFinds, PopGadget, InMyBag, FashionTribes and Tia Williams seems like something some bigger media entity might have started 10 months ago, but that hasn’t been the case–this Silicon Valley start-up is the first to get that exposing and promoting fashion bloggers can be lucrative and –yes–fun.

One of the realities of working with big companies is that they’re not always prepared to take the risk (read investment) that comes with jumping into a (new) opportunity.
As a frequent consultant in magazineland, Glam.com’s development of a fashion blogging network pulling in popular shopping and style blogs BagCrazy, Coquette, SheFinds, PopGadget, InMyBag, FashionTribes and Tia Williams seems like something some bigger media entity might have started 10 months ago, but that hasn’t been the case–this Silicon Valley start-up is the first to get that exposing and promoting fashion bloggers can be lucrative and –yes–fun.