Working with Love London
Thank you for your interest in working with us at Love London.
The site was originally set up by JJ Miller as thislittlelady.co.uk back in 2008 and was rebranded to www.love-london.co.uk in Summer 2014. We have a loyal, intelligent readership, primarily living in and around London, UK, and a strong social media presence (with well over 15,000 followers across platforms). Lindsey joined us in 2018 to reignite our website and help take #LoveLondon in a new direction. As a professional MakeUp Artist, Lindsey will focus on fashion and beauty; while JJ will continue to cover food; health and wellness and, as a Mum, any family stories. Together, we will share personal accounts of life as a Londoner, travel and events. We are happy to talk to brands and businesses of all sizes who are relevant to our audience.
We’ve been lucky enough to work with a wide range of brands including AMEX, Samsung, Gaucho Restaurants, Ministry of Sound, LUSH Cosmetics, Eurostar, The Moroccan Tourist Board, British Airways, The London Lifestyle Awards, Expedia, Perrier Jouet Champagne, The London 2012 Olympics and many more.
We have an average monthly UU figure of c25,000, with well over 100,000 page views in any one month.
To discuss a particular collaboration, please contact us by emailing us directly.
We work with a number of brands and PR agencies and are happy to accept approaches regarding relevant events and products. Some of the articles on Love London will relate to products offered as samples or for us to review, or will contain affiliate links (which may earn us a small amount of pocket change but won’t cost you a penny!). However, we only write about things we love, and that will never change. Occasionally, you may see a rare, clearly marked “sponsored post” which means we have been compensated in some way for that content to appear on our site. The same rules apply – we will never feature anything we would not be happy to recommend regardless.
We aim to use our own photographs on Love London, but in some circumstances this is not possible. When this happens we endeavour to credit the original Photographer and/or source, when we can find them. We do not claim these images as ours and are happy to amend any images and/or credit the original Photographer on request if we have not already done so.
If you have any other questions for us, please get in touch!