Are you a UK travel blogger?
If you write an independent UK travel blog then we’d love to welcome you to our community. As a Trips100 blogger, we’ll share your blog and posts with our community, increasing your readership and introducing you to brilliant new blogs.
Trips100 bloggers can also enjoy regular blogging tutorials, webinars, social events and free blogging workshops, at our BlogCamp events around the UK.
If you’re interested in working with brands, the Trips100 runs a blogger-brand messaging platform. Tell us about your family and interests in your Trips100 profile, and PR agencies and brands will be able to contact you directly with event invitations, review opportunities and advertising offers. We have more than 200 brands and PR agencies who use the Tots100 to contact bloggers, so it’s a great way to get involved in reviews and brand events. But if you decide at any time you no longer want to receive messages, just log-in and change your preferences in your profile.
To join the Trips100, simply fill in the registration form and once your blog is approved, you will be issued a user ID and password that will give you access to the members-only content on our website. You’ll also be able to download a personalised badge, which will display your Trips100 ranking each month.
Tots100 For Brands – Are you a brand looking to work with British Travel Bloggers?
If you are interested in working with the UK’s most popular and influential travel blogs, then Trips100 can help. We provide a range of services to brands from ambassador programmes to strategic consulting, sponsored posts and advertising opportunities, as well as providing companies with fast access to the complete Trips100 database and our opt-in brand to blogger messaging service.
If you’re interested in finding out more about the services we offer to brands, please take a look at our ‘Brands’ page.
Trips Metrics – How are the Tots100 rankings calculated?
The Trips ranks hundreds of UK blogs every single month using eight different metrics designed to measure a blog’s popularity, influence and engagement. We score blogs using eight metrics:
- Unique visitors per month
- Page impressions per month
- Links to the site from other blogs
- Total links to the site, as listed by Moz
- MozRank score
- Recent links to the site (previous 30 days)
- Klout score
- Instagram followers
Want to know more? Check out our detailed explanation of the sums…
There’s a problem – what can I do?
Because our index relies on other people’s software and websites, sometimes problems can occur – if this happens, let us know and we’ll do our best to fix it as soon as possible. You can also log-in to your account at any time to see a complete breakdown of your scores. If you have a problem registering with us, or using the Trips100, then please contact us and we’ll do our very best to help.
Can you remove my blog?
Absolutely. If you’re the site owner and you would prefer we don’t list your blog, we’re happy to remove you, no questions asked.
Who publishes the Trips100?
Our first blogging community, Tots100, was devised in March 2009 by freelance journalist and blogger Sally Whittle, and was previously published at her blog, Who’s the Mummy. Sally’s blog has been named the UK’s number 1 Mummy blog for three of the past four years by Cision, and Sally was short-listed in Red Magazine’s Red Hot Women Awards in 2012. Sally regularly appears in the media commenting on parenting and blogging issues. She is an experienced public speaker and has provided training to more than 200 PR agencies in media relations and blogger outreach in recent years. Trips100 is published by Flea Enterprises Ltd, which also publishes the Tots100, Foodies100 and HIBS100 websites, and organises the MAD Blog Awards for British parent bloggers.