We all know bloggers and vloggers have now become a force to be reckoned with. Even companies and brands recognized blogging and vlogging as a new way for them to reach out to their target market.

Unfortunately, some bloggers and vloggers think they can abuse PR/brands and milk them out for more freebies! Some even go as far as contacting the PR/brands and demand that they get sent the same products as what other bloggers/vloggers received because they were not satisfied with what they got. Instead of being thankful, they complain and let greed win over.

Moreover, there is also quite a number who, immediately after creating a blog account or Youtube channel, go on an email spree and send PR/brands request for product samples. They do not even have a decent blog post or video up yet!

Are Bloggers and Vloggers Becoming Too Demanding Already?

These things may sound crazy, but they do happen. Yes, I’m a blogger myself, but I also get to be on the other side of the fence, sending PR kits to bloggers/vloggers/media as part of my work.

So I know this is the reality, a sad one if I may add. I don’t want the blogging and vlogging community to be looked down upon one day (if not yet, that is) as nothing but a bunch of demanding freeloaders.

For bloggers and vloggers, ask this one question to yourself:

Am I blogging just for the freebies or because it is something I’m passionate about? 

I know you may or may not agree with me but it is just my own opinion. I love hearing from my readers! Do leave a comment, tweet me at @hazelsalcedo, send questions via my Ask Box, or post a message on my Facebook page. Talk to you soon, okay? ❤

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About Hazel Salcedo

A digital marketer, wanderlust, skincare junkie, and foodie all rolled into one. This Aries girl has been rockin’ the world since ’89. Lately, her idea of fun consists of an early night in and Netflix and chill with a face mask on. ‘Cos why not? Adulting can be tough.

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