THE joy of blogging is that anyone can do it – but that’s as dangerous as it is exciting. Over the past 10 years there has been an uprising in ‘citizen journalists’ against a backdrop of savage cuts to regional newspapers and I think it’s about time they were properly […]Read More
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We are now venturing into week 2 of the UK Blog Awards going live to welcome entries for the 2016 awards and what a week it has been. With over 1,000 individual and company entries the calibre and status of the awards continues to grow. Have you entered of nominated […]Read More
If you attended the UK Blog Awards 2015 this April, you may have met with the uber talented, Jonathan Heawood,Founding Director from the IMPRESS Project who was one of the judges for the Most Innovative category. Blogging is not only growing across a variety of UK and worldwide industries, but also as […]Read More
Tom Langan, Automotive UKBA15 Judge is a part of the consumer media team at Haymarket working on top motoring publications such as, AutoCar, PistonHeads and WhatCar. Tom’s career portfolio is what many Automotive bloggers dream about. Tom combines his sincere love of cars with a publishing role that is as much commercial as it is editorial. Essentially, […]Read More
There is an ongoing debate about where Blogging actually fits into the world of Journalism. Will Blogging replace print? Are Bloggers the new Journalists of the digital age? The questions are endless, as well as the debate, dependent on who you ask of course! As a result, we were delighted […]Read More
UK Blog Awards 2015 – submission from Lucy Ruthnum, Absolute Lucy (nominated for Best Individual/Freelance Lifestylehttp://www.blogawardsuk.co.uk/candidates/absolutely-lucy-2/ and Travel Blog http://www.blogawardsuk.co.uk/candidates/absolutely-lucy/ ). Twitter: @Absolutely_Lucy “This time last year, I had only been blogging for around three months, I had barely told anyone about my new lifestyle blog and was still trying to figure out how I wanted […]Read More