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About the blog:

KOJO London is a food and lifestyle blog. It seeks to give its readers a cultural insight into what London and the rest of the world has to offer. The blog is composed of London restaurant reviews which give the reader an idea of the restaurants' ambiences and quality of food, a lifestyle guide which informs the reader of the plethora of activities London has to offer as well as a recorded collection of  travel experiences in culturally rich cities abroad. 

About the blogger:

Food is something I've always loved and I do intend on opening my own restaurant in London someday or even a collection of restaurants! However, that's a while away so in the mean time, I've decided to create this food blog so that I can share my gastronomic experiences and my passion for food with others or with people who need to know where to eat in this amazing city.

I also love to explore my environments which is what the lifestyle guide is for. There are just so many things going on in London and I give my readers an idea of how I navigate through all of it! My desire to explore also extends the UK borders which is where the travel comes in.

So readers, follow me on my journey as I eat my way through London and explore what it (and the rest of the world) has to offer!

Also, don't forget to follow me on Instagram at kojo_london.

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3 comments:

  1. Hi Koyejo,

    Your first post just appeared on Urbanspoon! Check it out:
    http://www.urbanspoon.com/r/52/1518536/restaurant/Bermondsey/Zucca-London

    I encourage you to claim your blog, which allows you to add a picture and change some settings. The blog photo shows up next to your posts wherever they appear on Urbanspoon. Here's how to claim:

    - Make sure you're logged into Urbanspoon

    - Go to your blog page on our site: http://www.urbanspoon.com/br/52/11737/London/KOJO-London.html

    - Click "Claim your blog" in the left sidebar

    After you submit it, we may contact you to verify your claim. Check your spam email folder if your claim hasn't gone through in a day or two. You'll also find some interesting badges and widgets on your Urbanspoon blog page - look in the right sidebar.

    If you have any questions, please contact me via email.

    Thanks,
    Greg

    www.urbanspoon.com

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  2. Hi Kojo,

    Your blog is looking great, I too have embarked on the London discovery trail and completely agree that it's about the whole experience. (www.littlebrownbooks.blogspot.co.uk)

    I also work for Triptease.com - a platform for people to discover and share the very best of their travels and foodie experiences. I thought it might be of interest since it's a brilliant way to drive traffic to your blog and engage with a whole host of new readers.

    Signing up is really simple and if you have any questions just give me a shout.

    Hope to see you on Triptease,
    Ella
    www.triptease.com/profile/ella-paskett/reviews

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  3. Hi Koyejo,

    I've added a new feature so you can publish your blog posts on Urbanspoon yourself without having to wait for us to do it! Here's how:

    - Make sure you're signed into Urbanspoon.
    - Go to your Urbanspoon blog page (not your user profile): https://www.urbanspoon.com/br/52/11737/London/KOJO-London.html
    - Click "Edit blog settings".
    - In the Pending Posts section, click "Edit and publish my pending posts".
    - Then, enter the "snippet" text, verify the date and URL, and press Publish.

    Please make sure that:
    - The URL should be the permalink to the blog post (not the blog home page, a post preview, or a service like feedproxy).
    - The snippet should be 2-3 sentences (quoted from your blog post) that gives an idea of what's in the post.
    - The snippet should NOT include bylines, dates, address info, captions, tags, HTML code, etc.

    Note: there may be a delay of 1-2 hours after you post on your blog until our system detects the post.

    We'll give you one week to do it yourself, then it'll go into our queue to publish.

    Thank you for all of your contributions, and let me know if you have any questions.

    Greg

    www.urbanspoon.com

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