FibroFlutters is recognised again by Feedspot |Top 10 placing #chronicillness

Hey there everyone

I always enjoying writing to you with good news and today I have just that.  Our advocacy work for chronic illness is a 24/7 mission, we never switch it off!

Even if you don’t get a post for a week it doesn’t mean we’re not posting, or working, elsewhere within our Global-Social-Media #ChronicIllness Support-Network.  So when we appear in a ‘Top 10‘ listing it really does mean a lot to us as it shows us that we are doing something right. 

Our readers which are, ‘you‘, are the people who keep our work flowing so our messages get shared around everywhere because of you.

We share a lot of campaign’s on our #SoMe Network, we support a lot of charities, institutes, academies, patients & professionals, companies and many more to incorporate the essence of, and to instill our message regarding an ‘all-stakeholder approach‘, or ‘Multi-Disciplinary approach to medical healthcare.

Being registered with ‘Feedspot Gold’ gives us a fabulous avenue to extend the reach of our voices, but also the opportunity to support those other #chronicillness blogs, and sites, who also advocate for change and awareness like we do.

After all, we are all striving for similar results no matter where in the World we all are. Feedspot gives us the chance to keep each other close-by and easy to find, or hide if you’re that way inclined towards your competitors.  Well it is business as well and that can hinder relationships sometimes.  I’m not like that everyone is equal, they always have been so we will promote everyone supporting the causes for the ‘Chronic Health Movement’ that is developing across the Globe as we all fight for better medications, treatments, fairer policies for people with multiple illnesses, research and a general better attitude towards us and our chronic lives.

#PatientVoice #Awareness #Support #Healthcare #chroniclife


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Who are FeedSpot?

Anuj Agarwal founded Feedspot so people could keep track of all their favorite blogs, news sites, YouTube channels and rss feeds in one place.

I’m proud to announce that FibroFlutters now sports another ‘Feedspot award’ to sit next to the ‘Top Ten Fibro Blog Award’ from earlier in the year.

Feedspot is the content reader for reading all your favorite websites in one place.
  1. Read your favorite Blogs, News websites, RSS Feeds, You Tube Channels and Social sites accounts from one place on Feedspot.
  2. Using a content reader helps you keep up with your top information sources – content comes straight to you, saving you the time to go and check every site on your own.
  3. Feedspot also keeps track of which items you’ve read, so you only see the unread items when you come back, even when you login on different devices.

This system that Anuj has created really is brilliant and has really developed a lot since FibroFlutters first registered with them some time ago, before we were awarded with a Top Ten FeedSpot Award for a Fibromyalgia blog site.

It’s has grown substantially into a mass network that helps bloggers get noticed by the right people, lets them market their products, get business advice and support through networking.  As a networking tool I am about to embark on trying it out as I have just upgraded FibroFlutters to Feedspot Gold Membership for £2.50 a month, that is all.  Definitely worth it for the support and opportunity to make our blog posting and  our health / patient & research advocacy work a better experience.

Find out about Feedspot via this link


What makes Feedspot different to other blogging awards

A lot of blog awards are designed for bloggers to recognise their peers, as in other bloggers.  The awards are voted on by bloggers and not analytics such as social metrics.  This is what makes Feedspot different.

Feedspot blogs are ranked based on following criteria

  • Reputation and search rankings
  • Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other social media sites
  • Quality and consistency of posts.
  • Feedspot’s editorial team and expert review


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The Feedspot Top Ten UK Chronic Illness Blogs List.

  • The Best UK Chronic Illness Blogs from thousands of UK Chronic Illness blogs on the web using search and social metrics. 

  • Subscribe to these websites because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality information

Being recognised is really wonderful…

To be recognised as a blog/website, that is “actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality information”, is of great importance to FibroFlutters.

It is the very essence that keeps us going, aiming to achieve the things that the award and Feedspot recognises blogs for.

You can check out the ‘Top Ten #chronicillness’ List via this link  >>>

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 Anuj Agarwal
 Founder of Feedspot

Many thanks to Anuj & Feedspot for the award and a great platform for us to use

You can register your blog with FeedSpot and see how it works, learn all about them by visiting their website which you can do via this link  >>>

Thank you for reading and supporting us

FibroFlutters supporting Feedspot


FibroFlutters – Support Group for people with Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain, EDS/Hypermobility, Mental health, Chronic fatigue/Me, Rare & others offering friendship, support & advice in Sunderland, NE UK and offering online support via our social media network across the globe.

PLEASE NOTE:  We are not medical professionals nor claim to be, and remember that you should always consult your doctor about any health problems and not use Dr Google, or rely on information that you may read online through 3rd parties.

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FibroFlutters continuously

Advocating for a Multi-Disciplinary / All stakeholders approach to all aspects of medical healthcare. With a model approach using all the ‘stakeholders’ I’ve designed a patient’s perspective of what patient-centred care, patient-included, patient-involved, patient-centric should look like and involve, that’s everyone by the way! 

You all need to pitch in!!