The future of hygge blogs

Since September 2016, when hygge hit the British media, there has been an explosion of blogs about hygge. I remember when I first started out with Hello Hygge back in January 2015 (has it really been that long?), there was only really one other blog I could find in this niche – Hygge House, which¬†started…

Vote for Soup du Journalism in the UK Blog Awards

Hello beautiful followers! Just a quick one today – my blog is up for a UK Blog Award and I would really appreciate it if you could vote for Soup du Journalism! It’s super quick to vote and I’d be so grateful to anyone who takes the time to do it. If you’re a new…

Should bloggers worry about SEO?

Hello! So, as some of you may know, a lot of the work I do has at least something to do with SEO. It is mostly writing SEO-friendly copy that reads naturally and functions as informative, engaging content for websites so that visitors actually find it useful. I always think about the SEO as being…

An exciting development for Soup du Journalism

Hello mes amis! Firstly, I would like to thank you all for reading my last post about the presence of the journalist’s voice in an article. It sparked debate in the comments, on Facebook, on Twitter and in person, which was great! Secondly, I’m pleased to announce that I am opening up Soup du Journalism…

Statistics Anonymous: Why are stats so useful for bloggers?

Lots of you reading this might be bloggers yourselves. Maybe you do it professionally, or maybe it’s just a personal venting ground. Either way, I’d probably enjoy reading your blog. Blogs of all sorts are great. But what use is a top quality blog with hilarious/ informative/ groundbreaking content if nobody can find it? That…