This month Whatallergy.com was listed as one of the Top Ten Eczema Blogs by Feedspot. Another fantastic opportunity to celebrate excellent bloggig!
If you have eczema there are some other great eczema blogs to follow; let’s share some eczema love.
Blogging can be a thankless task, and it’s so hard to get comments on blogs these days. Feedback, reviews and comments on your blog are so precious. Tell a blogger they’re great today and thanks to everyone who has supported my blog over the years.
Who are Feedspot?
If you’ve never heard of Feedspot before, they hold a huge Blogger Database. Companies can get access to 250K active Bloggers in 1500 niche categories. If you want to work with bloggers to get your product reviewed and approved, you can get in front of targeted influencers lists in your niche. People who could love your products at your fingertips, so you can focus on running your campaign. Email Feedspot the type of bloggers you want to reach out for your marketing campaign at firstname.lastname@example.org. Feedspot will then share blogger’s data in an Excel or CSV format.
How do Feedspot make their blogger rankings?
Feedspot’s Rankings are based on the following criteria:
- Blog post frequency, freshness, total posts
- Social media follower counts and engagements
- Domain authority
- How old the blog is
Finding subjects to blog about that help others is always one of my main objectives when blogging so sounds like I’m getting something right.
Who do Feedspot poll for their blogger rankings?
There are several ways they discover and find new blogs.
- Publishers submit their blogs on Feedspot using the form on this page.
- We have a research team who does extensive research on google and social media platforms to discover new influencers.
- Feedspot has in-house media monitoring tools for discovering bloggers in several niche categories.
They have expert editorial team reviews each blog before adding it to a relevant category list. Blogs covering industry insights, news and personal opinions are given higher rankings than those promoting their own brand or products.
They also routinely remove inactive blogs and those which are no longer relevant to the list and they are updated if they receive new blog submissions and re-ranked every few weeks.
Pretty impressive and in depth analysis, so it’s a huge achievement to get into the top ten! Go me!
UK Eczema Blogs
So here they all are; The best UK Eczema blogs from thousands of blogs on the web and ranked by traffic, social media followers & freshness. Carefully curated, I give you… Feedspot’s 10 Best UK Eczema Blogs you should follow in 2023:
- National Eczema Society – The UK charity for people with eczema
- Sugarpuffish – Sugarpuffish is a UK-based blog focused on promoting natural and organic skincare products. Founded by Sarah in 2010, the blog aims to help readers wi…more
- The ScratchSleeves Blog – The ScratchSleeves Blog is a blog dedicated to providing information, advice, and support to parents of babies and young children with eczema. Founded…more
- Eczema Clothing Blog – Eczema Clothing Blog is a blog dedicated to providing information on clothing and products suitable for those with eczema. Founded by Karen Fischer, a…more
- What Allergy Blog » Eczema – What Allergy Blog is a UK-based blog dedicated to providing information and support to those with allergies and eczema.
- Eczema Care Online Blog – Eczema Care Online Blog is a blog dedicated to providing information, resources, and support to those dealing with eczema. Founded in 2019 by Dr. Apar…more
- The Beauty of Eczema Blog – The Beauty of Eczema Blog is a blog dedicated to empowering and supporting those with eczema. Founded by Camille Knowles, who has suffered from severe thebeautyofeczema
- Dont Scratch Blog – Dont Scratch Blog is a UK-based blog dedicated to providing advice and support to those suffering from eczema. The blog was founded in 2017 by Rache. dontscratch.co.uk
- I’m trying to find out number 9
- And number 10! Watch this space…
Who are your favourite eczema bloggers? Do you love blogs that are not listed here? I’ve love to hear from hear from other eczema bloggers and also to find new ones.
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