Gin Fuelled Bluestocking is a Manchester based lifestyle blog that is open to review, travel and contribution opportunities.
The blog was established in May 2012, and ranks well in Google (other search engines may be available).
The site is updated at least four times a week, includes a weekly guest post from The Gintlemen, ensuring content is up to date and constantly refreshed.
I work within Manchester, working with charities, companies and bloggers, as well as the writing I do for other publications (such as Tasting Britain, I Love Manchester and Bitten Magazine) means I have a strong presence in Manchester, a very strong Twitter following, and interaction level.
Both my social media, and the blog have led to me being named one of 50 most influential women in Manchester by Lovin Manchester, and can boast being one of the top 100 (number 27) in the recent Peer Index of the top Mancunians on Twitter, the only blogger and the highest female non-celebrity presence. And I was also recently featured in MTV UK for plus size fitness.
I also work regularly with PRs on press trips and events, launches, product and venue reviews, which mean that I travel all over the country and abroad.
Becoming an Advertiser or Sponsor
The site is open to affiliate marketing, advertising but not to sponsored content. Prices and terms available on request and subject to negotiation.
Site Statistics and Highlights
This website has a DA of 32 and a PA of 41, and receives around 5-6000 visitors per month (November 2017 saw 5597).
In addition to the blog, I am a freelance writer, run gin tastings, and I have run workshops in varied subjects, such as craft, feminism and body positivity.
I’ve so far given a number of interviews on the Radio (BBC Radio Ulster, BBC Radio 3 Counties and BBC Radio Five Live) and have appeared in programmes such as Right on the Money (BBC One), Ruth Watson’s Hotel Rescue (Channel 4), Alex Polizi – The Fixer (BBC Two), BBC Breakfast, and on a number of programmes on That’s Manchester.
If you’d like to contact me all you need to do is drop me an email – or complete the below form – and I’ll be in touch.
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