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Claire Curran

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Full name Claire Curran
Country United Kingdom
Primary language English
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Blog Writing, Sponsored and Advertising Posts, Consumer reviews, Social Media Savvy, Advertising placements

Editorial work News writing, Features writing, Editing, Sub-editing, Radio, Video
Last updated 09-07-2014 08:53


Claire Curran is the SAHM behind the ever popular websites The Lazy Girls Guide to Life, The Family Panel Reviews and The Lazy Girls Guide to Cooking.

Social media savvy, Claire has a diverse range of talents, from writing personal posts which teach but don't patronise on parenting, humorous posts on her life as a young mum, as well as Consumer Reviews which are written with honesty, and which many parents now turn to before buying that must have.

Claire is currently looking to harness her Brand to Consumer experience in a PR capacity, and is open to job offers in the UK.

With Twitter followers of 4,649, plus Blog hits across the sites reaching in excess of 18,000 per month, Claire is the go to girl for new bloggers and brands looking for advice or promotion. Winner of Gurgle's first Best Blog Writer in 2010, and finalist and shortlisted spots in the Lovedbyparents, Brilliancein Blogging and Mads awards in various categories since 2011, all blogs written by Claire are Page Rank 3.

Never afraid to give her point of view, she spearheaded the campaign in the UK asking Amazon to change its rules on what types of publications they will sell on their site, and appeared on BBC World Service Radio show "Have Your Say". She now writes columns called "Is It Just Me?" on news and current affairs both at her blog and for Erisea Magazine online.

Claire has worked on many projects with some of the best of parent aimed consumer brands, including Panasonic, Morrisons,Birds Eye, Aldi, Next, Boots and Brabantia.

A keen user of Instagram, Pinterest, G+ and any other social media platforms, Claire is currently working on a new project to launch later in the year- The Sunday Social Radio show will encompass all version of social media to make it a radio show where the listeners are very much a part of the show itself.

You can find Claire at her blog http://20somethingmum.blogspot.co.uk and at her reviews site http://www.familypanelreviews.co.uk, as well as http://lazygirlscook.blogspot.co.uk, both now internationally searched for via Google, Bing and Yahoo. Or send a tweet @TheLazyGirlBlog.

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