Moving on… and we’re hiring!


I’ve had a wonderful year as editor of the Foodies100, watching the index grow and working with some amazing bloggers and brands but, the time has come for me to move on. I was delighted to be offered a job as a community manager with an agency in London, working with some well-known food brands. I’m really excited about the new challenge and whilst I shall miss the Foodies100, I’m sure I will see lots of you in my new role.

So, that means that we are now looking for a new editor to take over here at the Foodies100. Obviously, we are looking for someone with a huge passion for food and experience in blogging. We need someone who can easily spot a typo, is a good writer and is confident to run a site independently. If you know your way around WordPress, have some basic SEO knowledge and can search out appropriate images then we want to hear from you.

It is a part time role (around 20 hours a month + commission) and the ideal candidate will need to be flexible – bloggers are online all hours of the day! The job includes:

  • Writing, sourcing and editing content for the Foodies100 blog
  • Maintaining the monthly chart, checking scores and helping with activation queries
  • Liaising with PRs and brands to approve copy and arrange competition prizes
  • Posting content to our social media channels and interacting with our followers

If you are interested in applying for this role then please email us and tell us a bit about you and your blogging experience, including some links to your work.

So, all that remains, is for me to say a huge thank you to everyone who has been amazingly supportive over the past year. You’ll still find me over on twitter so do pop by and say hello now and again!

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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