Mar 12th – Getting More Traffic to Your Blog

All bloggers have the same question, how do we get more traffic?

Someone who has cracked it for her food and travel blog is Fiona Maclean. She has been blogging for less than 2 years and her blog, London Unattached,  is now getting over 30,000 uniques a month. She will share her secret sauce (or her blogging tips) on what she has done to get that increase in blog traffic.

A bit more about Fiona in her own words:

My freelance writing activity focusses on food and travel.   I work as the restaurant reviewer for MyChicCity and have published travel articles in The Cultural Voyager, A Luxury Travel Blog, SmittenbyBritain and About My Generation.  I’m currently working on a number of print media features around Italy and Spain, with a focus on agritourism, artisan produce and organic/natural wines in addition to features about the London restaurant scene.

London-Unattached is my personal blog and was started to give me a hands-on understanding of social media and provide hands on experience.   It has recently been listed as one of the UK’s top 100 food blogs in Woman and Home, in the category of Travel and Writing.  The blog currently averages around 50,000 unique visitors a month.

An entrepreneurial self-starter, I have worked in Marketing and Communications for much of my career.   My first role was for Kennedy Brookes, a Restaurant, Hotel and Event Management group which at the time owned over forty London restaurants, a number of boutique hotels and an events management business.   Prior to establishing a writing career I worked for a number of blue chip companies, including Vodafone and Lloyds TSB.   I have an MBA from Warwick Business School.

London Unattached

Date: Tuesday 12 March  2013

Time : 6.30

Tickets: £15 incl a drink and canapes

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Hashtag: #LadiesInBlogging

Venue :Avista Restaurant,

39 Grosvenor Square

Mayfair, London W1K 2HP

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