Welcome to the Foodies100 Index


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Welcome to the Foodies100, the brand new index from the publishers of the Tots100.

We’re still settling in, choosing the cushions and working out where to hang the pictures, but feel free to take a look around and let us know what you think!

The Foodies100 is a fantastic new resource for UK food bloggers – and for brands who would like to work with great food bloggers.  herbs

Are you a food blogger? 

If you’re a food blogger, the Foodies100 is a great place for you to promote your blog, and discover fantastic new blogs to read. Our site will carry regular updates and news of great British food blogs, along with details of practical tips on how to make the most of your blog, grow your audience and work with brands (if you want to). Our members don’t just write about food – we’ll be sharing their great content about food, photography, family life – and everything in between!

Register with us, and you can track the progress of your blog in our monthly charts and download a personalised Foodies100 badge, which will display your rank each month.

As a registered Foodies100 blogger, you’ll be able to take advantage of free webinars and online tutorials on everything from Search Engine Optimisation to photography techniques, as well as being able to attend our free BlogCamp workshops, which take place all over the UK.

Registered bloggers can also opt into (or out of) our new PR messaging platform, which is currently used by more than 200 UK brands and PR agencies to identify bloggers to work with on advertising, review, event and sponsorship opportunities.


Do you represent a brand or PR agency? 

PR agencies can register for access to the Foodies100 index of UK food blogs for just £195 for a full year. During January 2011, we are also offering a special offer to new subscribers – a free 24-hour trial of the Foodies100 index. Get in touch to arrange your trial access.

As soon as your account is approved, you’ll be able to log-in to view our full database of more than 1,000 British food blogs – all in one place. Subscribers can quickly create lists of blogs tailored to different campaigns and clients – and use our messaging platform to contact bloggers directly with personal messages – all of whom have opted in to receive messages from brands.


What now?

Want to register? Just fill in this registration form and you’ll be added to next month’s charts.

Is your blog already listed? Drop us an email, and we will send you log-in details.

Trying to register but having problems? Let us know, and we’ll do our best to help.

Want a Foodies100 badge? Once you have a password, just log in to the site and download a personalised badge.

Want to register for PR access? You’ll find all the details here.


The Foodies100 Newsletter

Sign up for our monthly newsletter (the link is in the sidebar), and you’ll also be the first to know when the next index is published, as well as receiving details of exclusive competitions, events and online content for Foodies100 bloggers.

We’d love to hear your feedback and suggestions, so why not make yourself a cup of coffee, sit down and explore some of the brilliant British food blogs listed on this month’s index?

Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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