6 local Bristol bloggers who love collaborating with small businesses

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We’ve cut out some of the hard work for you, and found some lovely Bristol bloggers (and one Bath blogger) who are ready, willing and eager to work with small businesses.

If you’re thinking, “yeah, but are bloggers really that valuable? And also how should I contact them?” well, we have got you covered. Check out our blog post, How working with bloggers helps a small business website’s SEO.

 

Tigerlilly Quinn – a Bristol based family lifestyle blogger

Bristol blogger Fritha Tigerlilly Quinn and family at Elescar Antiques
Fritha Tigerlilly Quinn and family at Elescar Antiques

Fritha has been writing her beautifully colourful family lifestyle blog for over 10 years. She focusses on her lovely family life, which includes a lot of things to do in Bristol and family friendly places to eat in Bristol, alongside fashion, house renovations, and their home education journey.  She loves working with indie Bristol businesses and feeling like a part of the community.

Tigerlilly Quinn blog

Tigerlilly Quinn Instagram

 

Stuffed – blogging about food across South West England

Bristol food blogger Natalie Brereton
Natalie Brereton – Bristol’s burger queen

Natalie has had her food blog since 2015, writing about the independent restaurants in Bristol and across the South West of England. She keeps us updated on the hottest new restaurant openings, guided us on how to support Bristol’s indie foodies during the pandemic, and due to her dedication to Bristol’s burger scene she was unofficially crowned as Bristol’s burger queen.

She is always my go-to when I can’t decide where to eat – she’s hilarious, unpretentious, and is the most enthusiastic person I’ve ever met when it comes to Bristol’s independents. A top Bristol blogger for sure.

Stuffed blog

Natalie’s Instagram

 

Black Tulip Beauty – an alternative Bristol beauty blog

Bristol beauty blogger Alice from Black Tulip Beauty Blog, with pink hair
Bristol-based blogger Alice from Black Tulip Beauty

Alice writes on her blog Black Tulip Beauty, focussing on alt style and beauty. She’s based in Bristol and loves to work with small businesses, including one of our most lovely clients, vegan & plastic-free hair care brand Hairy Jayne.

Black Tulip Beauty blog

Black Tulip Instagram

 

Hunch Co – faultless photography and food in Bristol

Bristol blogger Elinor of Hunch Co
Bristol blogger Elinor, of Hunch Co.

Elinor has a background in art & photography, so this is the main focus of her blog, Hunch Co. She uses her impeccable skills to take the most beautiful photos, which she shares on her Exposure blog. She also takes gorgeous photos and writes reviews of places to eat, drink and visit in Bristol on her Hunch Visits Instagram account.

Hunch Co blog

Hunch Co Instagram

Hunch Visits Instagram

 

The Chaos Diaries – travel and lifestyle blogger in Bath

Bath blogger Alice from The Chaos Diaries in Castle Combe, south west England
Alicia from The Chaos Diaries in Castle Combe

Alicia is a Bath based travel and lifestyle blogger, as well as a full time biologist! She started with vlogging, and then created her own website to enrich and add extra detail to her posts – we like your style Alicia, as having your own website is great for both SEO and the peace of mind that you are completely in control of your content.

The Chaos Diaries blog

Alicia’s Instagram 

 

Creative Endeavours – a blog supporting small creative businesses

Bristol blogger Hollie, founder of Creative Endeavours
Hollie, founder of Creative Endeavours

Creative Endeavours is all about supporting, promoting and celebrating small businesses. Hollie is based in Bristol and has been running the blog for 2 years. She’s always keen to have small businesses get in contact for possible features, such as guest blog posts, interviews and gift guides.

Creative Endeavours blog

Creative Endeavours Instagram

 

So, what are you waiting for? These Bristol bloggers are super keen to work with small businesses, and they want to hear from you. You’ll both get some valuable SEO goodness and something new to share on social media, you’ll get a real person’s review, some exposure, AND some lovely photos to use too. It truly is a win-win-win.

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