If you do a search of the social networks, you'll likely find the term 'blog award' somewhere nestled within. It's a growing phenomena, with online retailers and the printed media (most often) offering fame and fortune to blogs up and down the country. Is it a good thing? Well…
If you are looking for something specifically, do you rummage throughold copies of lifestyle magazines or last week's newspaper? Of course not. You probably do a web search - and there's a good chance you might hit one of the Mod Culture sites. A couple of million page impressions each month says as much.
All of our sites are read by a large number of people on a daily basis, with our older stories regularly picked up by the major search engines, as we're incredibly search engine friendly. Which means it's worth your while to get featured on our sites if you want attention and traffic.
The vast majority of things featured on the sites are sourced by the team of writers, but we're always happy to have products and events flagged up by sites, PRs, companies and individuals. How do you get to the top of the pile and get featured? Read on for the 10 things you need to consider both for us, as well as other sites and blogs you might deal with...
This was the summer of the Olympics and to be honest, it was probably also the summer of Bradley Wiggins, Olympic gold medallist and Tour de France champion. Quite rightly, everyone has gone Wiggins mad - and Modculture was asked by The Independent to give some input on its feature.
We recently went Transatlantic, with the Modculture site featured in the New York Times.