Articles by: UK Blog Awards

Traffic building and fan generation #Bloghour

This week’s #bloghour topic comes from the wildly talented Emma Farley – thanks Emma for the suggestion, this is a good one folks! So Emma had the idea around building a steady, sustainable level of traffic to her blog that returns again and again. So basically a loyal readership/fan base […]

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Changing your blogging direction #Bloghour

This week’s #Bloghour topic came from the incredible Zara Lou – and it’s a really relevant topic for bloggers today. As your blog grows and your readership grows with it there are more and more opportunities to diversify what you talk about. For a lot of bloggers their platform is […]

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#Bloghour – #Ads #Sp #Sponsored – does it matter? How do we do it?

We see a LOT of sponsored and promotional posts across Social Media…the use of #ad #sp #sponsored is pretty subjective and can be used pretty much however the Influencer chooses. The issue here….is transparency…when you build up a readership or following, those individuals trust you. They trust your choices. Your […]

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SEO Basics: Why SEO is a blogger’s best friend

In the first of our ‘Spotlight’ series, we are thrilled to be able to share with you an informative piece from Natalie Weaving from The Typeface Group (winner of #UKBA18 PR, Marketing, Media & Comms business category!) Natalie is discussing the SEO basics and how they can seriously help your […]

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#Bloghour – Co-hosted by Rogue Ponies- All things brand partnerships!

We’re so honoured and thrilled to be joined by Katie Buckett- founder of Rogue Ponies tonight over on Twitter for #bloghour. Rogue Ponies is a platform which brings together talented social creators and content-hungry brands, to create more effective content. You’re selected for your style and skills, not your followers – what […]

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#Bloghour – Mental health and your stress levels!

Although Mental Health Awareness Week isn’t until 14th – 20th May 2018, we felt that this topic needs discussing now (and always!) Mental Health doesn’t just affect a minority of the population, it’s an affliction that sweeps through entire generations, age groups, industries – basically touching everyone. According to the […]

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