We research the best UK blogs to make it easier for businesses to find bloggers they would like to work with. Marketing and PR professionals are able to subscribe to our site in order to reduce the amount of time they have to spend manually researching blogs.Why would businesses want to work with bloggers?
There are lots of ways businesses could be interested in working with bloggers. They might want to buy advertising space on a popular blog, invite the blogger to special events, request for their products to be reviewed, offer guest articles, etc.Can I add my blog to your site?
Please feel free to submit your blog to us via the contact page. We can’t promise to add all blogs, as we only include the best, but if you’ve got a good, regularly updated blog, we’ll be happy to take a look.What contact information do you hold about my blog?
We research all blogs manually and only ever include contact information that you have already made public on your site, or that you have specifically asked us to include. If you want to check the contact information we hold for your blog, please let us know via the contact page and we’ll respond immediately.I want to give marketing and PR people some tips about contacting me so they don’t waste my time
If you’ve got any notes you’d like people to read if they’re thinking about contacting you, please send them to us via the contact page and we’ll be happy to add them to the profile page for your blog.The information you have about my blog is wrong, can you correct it?
We’ll correct any errors as soon as we find out about them – please let us know via the contact page.Will you remove my contact details if I ask you to?
Absolutely – our aim is to help bloggers and brands find each other more easily, so we've gathered together contact details that are already publicly available into one place for convenience, but if you’d prefer us not to include your email address, simply let us know via the contact page, and we’ll remove it.What is your policy on which blogs to include?
We aim to list only good quality blogs which are regularly updated and have an established or growing audience. Generally speaking we try to focus on independent blogs, rather than those which are owned by large publishing companies - although there is clearly some overlap between very successful independent blogs and those which are run by commercial organisations.