Top 20 Food Bloggers on Twitter

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TOP 20 FOOD BLOGS TWITTER

It’s impossible not to love Twitter.

Where else can you go from fierce debate to telly trivia and cute cats and back again all within the space of one evening?

Some of our favourite people to follow on Twitter are food bloggers, and so we’ve pulled together a list of our 20 top bloggers on Twitter during 2013. If you missed it, don’t forget to also check out our Top 20 Food & Drink blogs of 2013!

  1. @eatlikeagirl
  2. @kavey
  3. @meemalee
  4. @hollybellmummy 
  5. @thecurryguy
  6. @karenburnsbooth 
  7. @hollowlegs 
  8. @foodurchin
  9. @cooksisterblog 
  10. @jessies_kitchen 
  11. @wholesomeie 
  12. @fussfreehelen 
  13. @utterlyscrummy
  14. @choclette8
  15. @theboywhobakes 
  16. @chrispople 
  17. @foodstories 
  18. @youngandfoodish 
  19. @chocmission 
  20. @babaduck71 

 

How the ranking is calculated:

Every month, Foodies100 ranks thousands of blogs based on our algorithm, including Klout and Kred. This chart is based on overall performance in both Klout and Kred from January to December 2013, by adding together and ranking overall Klout scores and then overall Kred scores. 

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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