6 BIPOC Bloggers Who Blog About Blogging

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6 BIPOC Bloggers Who Blog About Blogging

Looking for some awesome blogs about blogging to follow? I found some AMAZING BIPOC bloggers in this niche. While there are many white people who blog about this topic, I find that BIPOC can bring a different perspective to their blogs.

What is BIPOC? BIPOC stands for Black, Indigenous, and People Of Color. And I want to make a point to highlight BIPOC who blog because they are often overlooked in the blogging world. As a Black person myself, I can tell you from personal experience how very white the blogging industry is.

That does not mean that there are not great bloggers out there who happen to be a person of color. It means their voices are just not as loud—you know, because of racism. But it’s time for the social justice movement to hit the blogging world.

In this blog post, I want to spotlight these six BIPOC bloggers and creatives because they are truly AMAZE. Check out their blogs below!


1. Stray Curls

Stray Curls bipoc bloggers

To kick off our list of kick-ass BIPOC bloggers, I introduce to you Stray Curls.

I love this blog not just because all the illustrations are just adorable, but because there are some AMAZING blog tips on this blog. The blog is run by Angela who is a 27-year-old Illustrator and Blogger that currently lives in Bangalore. She has incredibly curly hair. Hence the name Stray Curls.

At first glance, it is easy to get overwhelmed with all of the information available on this blog. From the free email course on how to start a blog to the blog content that teaches how one can make more money with their blog amongst other things.

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She is also an illustrator. So if you want to have an illustration of yourself created, you can request to have one created for you as well!

Learn more about Stray Curls here.


2. Blog With Mo

Blog With Mo

This blog is definitely one of my favorites on the list since it is solely dedicated to blogging. Monique Solomon is a blog coach that helps people reach financial freedom through their blogs. She has been blogging for quite some time and has had many blogs. She even has a free money blogging blueprint course.

Something that stood out to me for her blog is that she offers many services for bloggers such as a blog auditing service and a blog auditing service.

If you are interested in learning more about how to grow your blog and make money with it quickly, Mo is your girl!

Check out her blog here.


3. My Sweet Nothings

My Sweet Nothings bipoc bloggers

I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know Vasantha Vivek, of My Sweet Nothings since she is a student in one of my blog training. And I can say confidently that I was a fan of her blog from day one.

Vasantha’s blogs about blogging and social media and speaks directly to busy moms. So if you’re a mom looking to start your own blog, this one is for you.

Check out her blogging section on her blog here.


4. What Moms Make

What Moms Make

What Moms Make is primarily a blog for mothers who identify as Christian. However, Elizebeth has been in the blogging game for a while and knows some great tips and tricks to help you with your site! She publishes resources, freebies, and more to help you out.

For example, her Free Trello Bootcamp for Bloggers will help you get your blog organized in five days. And if you really struggle with project management and organization, she has several other resources to support you.

Take a look at Elizebeth’s blog here!

5. Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

This one is a bit different because it’s actually a podcast. Side Hustle Pro is the first and only podcast to spotlight bold, black women entrepreneurs who have scaled from side hustle to profitable business. Not only is Nicaila Matthews Okome a bold, black woman entrepreneur herself, but she highlights others. LOVE!!!

For years she was a digital marketer at NPR by day and a side hustler at night. And she finally got a chance to live her dream full-time in 2017. As if her podcast is not impressive enough, Nicaila also has courses that teach about starting a podcast, growing your Instagram account, and increasing your productivity.

You should definitely check out her podcast episodes here.


6. Bianca Dottin

Bianca Dottin bipoc bloggers

Lastly, but certainly, not least is the Bianca Dottin blog. I like her blog because not only does she talk about blogging, but she also covers a number of topics in the lifestyle niche. Just like Miss Millennia!

Bianca’s photography is on point, and she teaches a variety of things about blogging from photo tips to SEO secrets.

If you want to become a better blogger, Bianca has many tips that she can share.

Check out her blog here.

Bonus: Miss Millennia Magazine

If you want to learn even more from BIPOC bloggers, make sure to sign up for our waiting list for Blogging Money Formula, created by me, Jasmine!

Blogging Money Formula is an online course that shows motivated bloggers how to go from making a few (or no) dollars to making consistent money with their blogs every single month. I show you how to set up the foundation you need to be able to make REAL income with your blog that will make a difference for you and your family.

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The program will teach you how to:

  • Establish yourself as a professional blogger: I’ll show you everything your blog needs to be recognized as a professional blogger.

  • Properly apply for sponsored posts so you get selected for more opportunities: I will show you step by step how to apply so that brands choose you more often!

  • Get brands to reach out to you: I’ll show you what you need to set up on your blog so that brands reach out to you, as well as where to go to put yourself on their radar.

  • Build long-term relationships with brands: This way, you can get recurring business with brands instead of having to pitch new ones all the time.

  • Write content that appeals to your audience and the brand: Because great content does not need to be either-or!

  • Drive traffic to your blog posts: Great results produce repeat customers, and I will show you how to make that happen.


I hope this article showed you that there are most definitely some AMAZING BIPOC bloggers out there. They can teach you about blogging in a new way. Let this be the start of doing more research for diverse bloggers who can teach you more about blogging!


6 BIPOC Bloggers Who Blog About Blogging

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  1. Hello Jasmine,
    Thank you so much for including me in this blog post. Its true that there are loads of BIPOC bloggers out there; and our voices are not loud enough indeed. I appreciate that you have taken your time to use your platform as a volume to help raise the voice of BIPOC bloggers with this epic list.

    Thanks a dozen.

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