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Milanoo's Latest Marketing Campaign Gives Opportunity to Fashion Bloggers Worldwide

Online fashion store Milanoo.com is giving fashion bloggers all over the world an opportunity to boost their presence online and enjoy the best of Milanoo's must-have fashion.

CHENGDU, China, Aug. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Milanoo, a leading online retailer promoting the very best of men's, women's and wedding day fashion, is launching a new marketing program with the help of bloggers from all around the globe. They are looking for dedicated and passionate fashion enthusiasts to help spread the unique style and design of Milanoo even further.

The chosen bloggers also have the chance to develop their creativity and fine tune their fashion sense as well as seeing their blog followers grow. This is a unique opportunity to showcase the products of a retailer with millions of customers and fans. Bloggers can collaborate with the company in launching new trends and introducing the latest fashion statements to the blogosphere.

Milanoo is known for catering to all the different fashion and style nuances of its international market. It's online store showcases the latest trends and fashions without the designer price tag. Therefore, diversity is key when choosing potential bloggers and this means that all different ideas and concepts are welcomed. Bloggers should use their own inspiration and independent thinking to showcase the items and customize it to the tastes and trends of their followers.

Outlined at SNS.Milanoo.com, the new marketing program welcomes fashion bloggers with a website or active blog of at least 1,000 followers or an equivalent social media site that has 5,000 fans or more - the more subscribers a fashion blog has, the more qualified it is. Under the terms of the agreement, qualified bloggers must agree to allow Milanoo to access and use their blog content and photos for marketing purposes.

Blogger requirements include uploading product photos within seven to 15 days of arrival, adding links to the item on Milanoo's webpage and putting a promotion icon on the front of the blog to highlight the collaboration with Milanoo. Bloggers are also encouraged to showcase the whole range of Milanoo's products and let the world see how great all the items are.

Bloggers are also entitled to keep the items (worth up to $100) after blogging about them. To find out more about Milanoo's new marketing program, please visit http://sns.milanoo.com/ for information.

About Milanoo

Milanoo has over six years experience selling clothing and accessories to countries all over the world. The website is available in eight languages for the customers' convenience, and it is this attention to customer care that separates them from their competitors. Milanoo also has it's own 'in house' design team that is creating new ideas and concepts everyday and keeping customers at the forefront of fashion and style. The company is always looking to expand and diversify through targeted advertising campaigns, exciting new products and forays into diverse new markets.

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