A Community of Influencers

We take our role as custodian of the UK’s biggest, most up-to-date, most relevant influencer database very seriously – and that means commitment to all the influencers who are its constituency. Whether you’re journalists, producers, bloggers, vloggers, instagrammers or tweeters, influencers of any stripe, with any kind of media profile – we’ve something for you.

Unlike other database providers, we want to put you in control of how you appear in the database, how you can be contacted, and to what end – and with such a broad range of database users, running from marketers and digital specialists to public affairs and SEO professionals, not to mention the other influencers – we’re confident it will work for you, whether you’re looking for new story leads, a new project or a whole new role.

Our database is a living breathing network of influencers, where they can connect with a community of PR, marketing and public affairs professionals to enrich the content they create and develop the relationships they rely on.

Influencers can take ownership of their profile to make sure they’re getting the most out of the Vuelio network. By highlighting your interests – perennial or ad-hoc – and keeping your contact details up to date you ensure you’re getting only the most relevant, most timely contact.

We also host the UK’s biggest, most glamourous annual celebration of influence, the Vuelio Blog Awards – and all members of our network are cordially invited. We also stage more intimate networking events regularly throughout the year, and as sponsors get involved where we think our stakeholders will benefit.

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