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As a blogger I am always looking for new brands to work with, new ways to work with brands and any opportunities to collaborate. But more than that I like to share opportunities and share the places to look for work so that all bloggers get as much opportunity as possible to earn money and grow their own space online.
I have written about blogger networks a lot in the past and I am always shouting about any new networks that I come across in the hope that other people will sign up and more bloggers will get work doing this thing we all love so much. blogfoster UK is my latest find in the world of influencer marketing, a platform to match brands with influencers – and bloggers like myself.
blogfoster UK launched in Germany but is now reaching out to bloggers in the UK – I signed up immediately, always liking to give something new a try and I loved the professional feel of the website.
It was so easy to sign up to – with a quick form to fill in before linking my social media accounts and adding a plugin to my blog so blogfoster UK could tailor campaigns to my blog’s reach and traffic, having instant access to all the analytics that it needs – and it’s a great resource for bloggers too, seeing their statistics live on the blogfoster UK website. blogfoster UK makes this really simple, guiding you through the process for WordPress or Blogger hosted blogs.
It was a simple process and before I knew it blogfoster UK had started sending any sponsored post opportunities I was eligible for direct to my email – I could then find out more about them and if interested apply for them, with all the information I needed right there on the blogfoster UK site. It’s one of the most user friendly and easy to navigate blogger networks I have come across – and I’ve used quite a few!
My favourite thing about blogfoster UK, aside from its professional appearance and great communications is that they are really clear on wanting any sponsored work to be fully disclosed, even linking to government guidelines in their briefs when you accept work. On top of that – they insist on nofollow links too. For me, a network that knows the right way of doing things and will enforce that is one that you should really be a part of.
I’ve loved using blogfoster UK so far and will enjoy using it more as new campaigns are released. If you’re a blogger and are looking to make money from your blog – or if you already make money but looking to broaden your horizons then blogfoster UK is well worth signing up for.
*This is a sponsored post