Most Popular Bloggers in Singapore 2014
The Biggest Misconception About Singapore Bloggers
Last Updated: November, 2014
The term 'blogger' today gets thrown about too carelessly. Everyone who owns a blog could technically call themselves a blogger and they would be correct. Yet, they may not posses the positive qualities people associate with this term such as influence and a large readership. True 'bloggers' have the power to make or break a brand overnight. And yes, bloggers with this level of influence do exist in Singapore.
On the flip side, you have shameless marketers trying to exploit the public's misconception of bloggers by passing off unknown 'bloggers' with weak readership as influencers. Pay close attention to marketing folks like these. Sometimes they don't do this on purpose either, they just don't know who to contact and desperately get some random blogger to fulfil their 'blogger engagement' campaign. Others are dishonest PR companies who rather save on weak bloggers who won't request payment, than spend good advertising dollars on someone truly influential.
They end up bullshiting their clients who don't understand blogger marketing and look terribly ignorant and unprofessional to those in the know. So how do you distinguish between these two groups of bloggers? Well that is exactly what this list of Singapore's Most Influential Bloggers is for.
What Are 'Power Bloggers' And What Makes Them Special?
The best bloggers in Singapore have worked their butts off for years and deserve an important distinction from normal bloggers. These popular bloggers are what I call "Power Bloggers". These are the bloggers in Singapore who are media savvy and professional, much like most food writers and journalists.
They are fuelled by genuine passion which in turn makes them influential authorities in their fields. People relate to them easily. Passion is the hallmark of any good blogger. Because of this, they naturally attract a healthy following which thus makes them powerful, influential and essential components in media campaigns. The top bloggers in Singapore have on average at least 50k Singapore followers on their social media channels and attract monthly readership from 200-500k on their blogs.
Simply put, they are the influencers of today. Hundreds and thousands of people see the content they post. Neglecting to use them puts you at a serve disadvantage in the digital world we live in today. Case in point - the blogger with the biggest social media influence in Singapore had more than triple our Prime Minister's facebook fans and twenty times his instagram followers.
Yes you're looking at her. It's a known fact that Xiaxue may not be suitable for all campaigns or fit the brand image some companies want to portray but there is no one in Singapore, blogger or not who influences the young female demographic as much as her. As such, she would be a huge asset for companies targeting that demographic.
How Do You Measure The Most Popular Singapore Blogs?
To come up with this ranking, we used SimilarWeb traffic numbers which is now widely regarded as the most accurate publicly available estimator of online traffic. It gives your accurate estimates of a website's traffic down to it's monthly visits. Previously, we used Alexa determine this list and the 20 most popular websites in Singapore - it is nowhere as accurate.
There are other metrics that can gauge the influence of these bloggers like their social media influence and online reputation. It's essential for marketers to consider if the blogger fits your brand image, who their readers are and their ability to create memorable content/media before thinking of engaging them.
Different infuencers have varying levels of influence on across new media. Some are hugely influential on social media or video but when it comes to their blog they don't have much traffic or bother to update it. I feel the most powerful medium is still blog advertising because these posts gives brands a permanent and powerful online presence.
For example, in "instagram advertising" your reach has a strong initial blast but its basically limited to 1-2 days and chance are, no one will see it again. The discovery factor is low. Whereas a blog post stays forever on the Internet and can easily be found through google searches.
Still skeptical of blogger marketing? Read this article I wrote for the Singapore Business Review. Smart PR agencies and businesses have realised how powerful blogger marketing is, don't miss out on the opportunity. The point of this list is to identify the 'Power Bloggers' of Singapore, the blogs that get the most traffic and wield the most influence. And to help separate them from being lumped with normal bloggers in Singapore.
The "Power Bloggers" - The 6 Most Popular Singapore blogs
These bloggers are the Kings and Queens of the Singapore blogosphere. They get freebies offered to them everyday. So don't expect them to do you any favours or give you coverage for free.
While unknown bloggers will be happy to provide free coverage in exchange for coverage, their reach is weak and limited. Even a thousand unknown bloggers combined may not have the reach of just one power blogger. Bloggers who are willing to provide free coverage usually are "building their portfolio" or are generally not very influential so they don't get many requests and thus don't have to prioritise their time.
It's simple supply and demand. The top bloggers in Singapore value their time and typically get hundreds of emails every week with freebies thrown in their faces, from companies hoping to get coverage. And in many cases, advertisers are willing to pay for their advertising. It is only natural they choose to spend their limited time working with advertisers.
The bottom line is this - you pay for what you get. And in this list of 6 at least, you'll find your advertising dollar well worth the money.
This following list represents the most influential bloggers in Singapore today ranked in no order.
- ieatishootipost - (Food)
- ladyironchef - (Food)
- danielsfooddiary - (Food)
- xiaxue - (Beauty & Parenting)
- Mr Brown - (Current Affairs)
- TheSmartLocal - (Travel & Lifestyle)
Name: Leslie Tay
Category: Food Blog
ieatishootipost.sg is run Dr Leslie Tay, Singapore's most loved celebrity food blogger. He often appears in media and even had his own television series, filmed in partnership with 8 Days.
He is a best-selling food guidebook author and in the day runs his own family clinic that is open 6 days a week. He has a passion for preserving hawker food and often writes well researched stories behind the dishes and hawker stalls he recommends. It's for this reason he has amassed a loyal following of over 100,000 followers on facebook, one of the highest among any individual in Singapore. He is extremely influential and well respected.
The bad news for marketers is how he is extremely selective in what he promotes. If you're a generation Y hawker needing publicity, he will gladly feature you for free if he enjoys your food. If you're a five star hotel throwing money at him to dine at your best restaurant, he will probably decline politely.
Though I've seen him do advertorials before like a national weight loss initiative by the Health Promotion Board - he is always extremely selective and only supports advertorials he believes in. Leslie will be a phenomenal asset if you are promoting a campaign aligned with his values.
Name: Brad Lau
Category: Food Blog
Ladyironchef's real name is Brad Lau, and he gained fame a different way. He was one of the few bloggers clever enough to read up and realise the importance of SEO, engaging a company to optimise the SEO of his blog.
That gave him a huge lead in search engine rankings - meaning if you typed in something food related in google, you're likely to come across his blog first. Even today, his blog receives 80% of it's traffic from search engines due to the early optimisation he did.
Brad had his share of controversies over the years, with detractors calling his reviews disingenuous, being written to please advertisers. There was a 22 page thread on hardwarezone called Food Bloggers recommendations you don't trust which turned into a ladyironchef bashing thread.
I believe his unpopularity came about after he was identified as the blogger in a Yahoo story Blogger's demand for free meal sparks outrage online. I personally think Brad is hardworking and takes really amazing photographs, though many believe he overcharges for advertising.
4. Daniel Food Diary
Name: Daniel Ang
Category: Food Blog
danielfooddiary.com is the blog of Daniel Ang, an Associate Lecturer with both Ngee Ann and Republic Polytechnic, where he teaches mass communication.
Daniel also runs his own own radio programme “Daniel’s Food Diary” on Radio1003. He is popular and well liked by his students, and he puts in a good amount of effort in his blog posts. His reviews are a mixture of positive and negative reviews, as he does not believe in writing a positive comments just because it is an advertisement. This has gained him a loyal following who trusts the integrity of his reviews.
He is also very popular on instagram where usually he posts videos instead of pictures. He once mentioned how he received over 17 food tasting invitations in a single day! I've heard his asking price for advertorials is a fraction of ladyironchef's - making advertising with him an unbelievably good bargain. You'll be getting similar Singaporean reach to a more loyal following.
Name: Wendy Cheng
Category: Beauty & Parenting Blog
xiaxue.blogspot.sg - The most famous Singaporean blogger of all, Wendy was the pioneer that managed to carve a career out of blogging back when it was just a casual past time. She gets sponsored everything from home renovations to annual car rentals. She has graced the cover of 8 days magazine and even played herself in a local movie.
What makes her stand out? Her intelligent and provocative writing, fantastic photoshopping skills and her raw honest approach in everything she does. She's a member of Mensa and also bared her soul to the world during her plastic surgery experience back when it was a very taboo thing to do in Singapore. I also think she has the most engaging writing style out of all the bloggers.
She isn't afraid to tackle controversial issues or challenge ideas and culture norms and thus inevitably ends up offending someone in some way. I think that's how she got her initial traction. Nothing is sugar coated in her writing.
These days, Wendy is more active on her social media channels like instagram and twitter, but she is still the blogger with the most influence in Singapore. She's making the transition to mommy blogger too with the birth of her son Dashiel, effectively conquering another popular market in Singapore - parenting.
When it comes to advertising, she can be a wildcard. If she doesn't like the product, the advertising could end up backfiring. But if she genuinely likes your product, she would happily sing it to the heavens and you'll get tremendous value. She has an unrivalled influence on the young female demographic in Singapore.
2. Mr Brown
Name: Lee Kin Mun
Category: Current Affairs
mrbrown is knwon as the blogfather of Singapore, and is easily one of most influential bloggers in our country. Mr Brown is a satirist best known for his social and political commentary and he writes with an enjoyable level of wit and analysis that sets a good example for the rest of the blogging community.
He used to have a column in the new paper until 2006 when he penned an insightful but alas controversial article titled "S'poreans are fed, up with progress!". This resulted in the indefinite 'suspension' of his column in the paper. Many note he exceeded the OB marker (out of bounds marker), a term Singapore media uses that refers to topics not permissible for public discussion.
He also produces a lot of quality current affairs song parodies and skits on his youtube channel from themrbrownshow. His Klout score (social media influence metric) is an incredible 79, which puts him in the top 3 biggest social media influencers in Singapore only behind The Straits Times and Channel News Asia.
He appeals to an older demographic focused more on current affairs than lifestyle products, and some of his blog posts are so subtle in nature that you would have no idea they were sponsored posts.
Name: Bryan Choo
Category: Travel & Lifestyle
TheSmartLocal started as a travel and lifestyle blog run by Bryan Choo. It grew rapidly into the leading travel and lifestyle blog in Singapore. Today, TheSmartLocal is a hybrid between a blog and a magazine, with a young team of journalists and video talents showcasing the best of Singapore and beyond.
For his entrepreneurship, Bryan has been featured in Canon's 'Big Story' entrepreneur series and several times in Channel News Asia and print media. By incorporating the best parts of blogging and journalism, TheSmartLocal was the first to combine the personal writing style that has made blogs so popular; with the creativity, professionalism and writing ability of a team of journalists. This has led to the creation of a new type of media publication, that has exceeded the readership of every online magazine and blog in Singapore.
Every month, they hit over 1,000,000 unique visitors through their web traffic and social media channels. Because of their strong social media following, some of their posts become ridiculously viral, and can reach hundreds of thousands of users in a single day, giving advertisers tremendous value.
TheSmartLocal believes in creating win-win situations, by creating advertisments that are not hard-sells but interesting and relevant to their readers. An example of this was their informative chicken wing guide, where the advertiser needed to target a food centric audience. They had their journalist spend a week going around Singapore sussing out the best chicken wings for their readers.
(This post was an advertisement for a mobile food app. It eventually hit over 23k fb shares.)
Today, TheSmartLocal offers a full range of digital media advertising solutions from sponsored posts, branded content, native advertising, social media promotion and video marketing and production. They have the ability to both create and expose content to millions of Singaporean.
These services are usually bundled together in a discounted package like this travel video below, which was part of a 5 city video campaign they did for Changi Airport. Some of their other advertisers include UOB, Mastercard, Far East Hospitality, W Singapore, Liang Court, Singapore Tourism Board, Korean Tourism Board, Caltex, Kleenex, Starhub, Silk Air, Pan Pacific, MND and so on.
Being a business, they are also way more professional in the way they do work, keeping sticking to deadlines, hitting ROIs and delivering reports of the campaigns. You can contact TheSmartLocal for enquires or check out their Advertisement Plans for more information.
Summary of Top Blogs in Singapore
The most popular blogs in Singapore wield an amazing amount of influence well worth your advertising dollar. Because of their readership, the top blogs get approached so often, it doesn't make sense for them to give advertisers free publicity. You pay for what you get, it's as simple as that.
You may get some free 'exposure' from other blogs but they will be nowhere near what the top blogs can offer. Many times they will be completely useless and you will think that blogger advertising is bad. But you're just doing it wrong! You have to engage the correct people.
If you're blowing $5,000 - $10,000 on a single media buyout in a magazine that lasts one issue with say a readership of say 50k, you should not even flinch at the asking prices from top blogs where sponsored posts usually range just $1k to $3k. The blogs listed above, average over 300,000 visitors monthly and these sponsored posts on the internet lasts forever - not for a limited time frame like print.
You will get more than your dollar's worth. That is why smart companies have been approaching the top blogs to run banners and sponsored posts / advertorials all this while. Companies should take advantage of the current prices as its only a matter of time before advertisers catch up to speed and push prices up. You can also contact us for enquires.
Where does my blog stand?
Make sure you look at SimilarWeb Rankings to estimate web traffic as you really want to grab eyeballs in the online digital space and have people seeing your advertisements. SimilarWeb reflects the online readership of blogs most accurately.
If you want to see how a blog compares just go here and enter the URL. You will get the most accurate traffic statistics possible down to the monthly visits. If you have your own blog, don't be disheartened if your traffic isn't very high.
Other Popular Singapore Blogs
While these blogs do not have as much traffic as the top 6 listed above, they are still among the top blogs in Singapore and they get way more readership than the average blog.
- Food Blogs -
Johor Kaki is the blog of Tony, who is actually a Singaporean with the mission of putting every good Johor Hawker on the internet, one by one. Johor you are SO LUCKY! He believes in not highlighting bad experiences for fear of hurting the hawker's livelihood and business.
His dedication is incredible and I feel at a similar level to Leslie Tay (ieatishootipost) as both of them seem to be the only food bloggers in Singapore who go out of their way to talk to the owners to discover more about their history and food making process... and then document what they learned for us readers online.
Tony has been recently won the very well deserved "omy Best Singapore food blog of 2013" for his efforts. Lately he has started to feature Singapore food on his blog. Personally, he is one of my favourite bloggers and he is super nice person destined to reach the top of the local blogosphere.
I'm really glad I get to include Melissa in this updated list! Melissa has a very pleasant disposition and she's a media darling, she gets invited everywhere! Although she just made it to this list, she has a stronger social following than what her traffic alludes to.
She is one of the few bloggers who can both write well and take gorgeous photographs. She started as a freelance writer and has turned into one of Singapore's top food bloggers. Because she's at events so often, he knows plenty that goes on in the blogosphere. She's been sharing some really scandalous gossip with me that is too juicy to be posted here hahaha.
Camemberu is the blog of Catherine Ling, a high profile blogger sponsored by Canon who has written sites like CNN and Yahoo Makanation. I really enjoyed traveling with her on our recent AirAsia trip to Yogyakarta and yay, shes going to do a soundbite for our next video!
Miss Tam Chiak
Miss Tam Chiak also known as Maureen is a popular travel and food blogger with a passion for photography. She does not consider herself a professional food blogger nor a photographer as she does not believe her passion can become a job. I think she does both these things extremely well.
In person she is super down to earth and friendly.
NoobCook is the most popular of these three niche blogs with an Alexa rank of 170,535. The blogger calls herself "wiffy" and describes herself as someone who "enjoys cooking even though I don’t think I’m very good at it".
I'm sure her readers will beg to differ, with over 15k facebook fans and every recipe instantly getting over 50 shares, she has built up quite the following with her simple to make recipes with great photos.
Started in 2005 by Aun, a journalist and photographer early in his career, Chubby Hubby is one of the earliest Singapore food blogs. He currently runs the creative lifestyle group Ate. His blog has been bestowed upon awards and mentioned a ridiculous amount of times in high profile foreign media. It's something you don't see from bloggers who's fathers aren't Tommy Koh.
I'm not alluding to anything! Perhaps he could have earned these merits which no other blogger in Singapore has received by himself. I will leave that for you to decide lol.
Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow
Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow is a popular and relatively new food blog having started in 2011 and already with an Alexa Rank of 616,321. They are a community-based food blog and aim to represent Singapore from all walks of life.
Their main contributor is 'Wise Guy' - who describes himself as a "gay lorry-driving ah beng". They are friends with DanielFoodDiary and get an incredible amount of restaurant invitations every month.
- Political Blogs -
The Heart Truths
In under one year, Roy Ngerng has risen from complete obscurity to become the second most popular political blogger in Singapore. He may not the most influential political blogger and because his blogs can be hits or misses people may take what he says with a pinch of salt.
However, his endless passion to write about what he believes in has led him to churn out plenty of good reads and attract followers. When he writes articles, he usually digs deep and presents statistical evidence to back his statements. He has learned to tone down the emotions in his posts and I feel he will only continue to get better as time goes by.
Alex Au more commonly known as Yawning Bread is one of the most prominent political bloggers and activists in Singapore. He has being served defamation suits before for his blog posts which could be interpreted by some as an indication of the amount of influence he wields.
The difference between him and other "activists" is the amount of effort and rationale he applies in his well written posts. This is in stark contrast to those who just write very angry emotionally charged posts. If you want to start a credible political blog that is constructive and perhaps one day may result in change, this is how you do it.
- Beauty & Fashion Blogs -
Naomi Neo is a high profile blogger and blogshop model and she and Qiu Qiu may make their way into the top blogs very soon. Both their monthly viewership statistics currently hover around the 100k mark, but they both have very strong social media influence.
Naomi has a huge social media following which probably puts her in the top 5 bloggers with the biggest social media following in Singapore. She also has an extremely popular youtube channel where she teaches her subscribers make up and beauty tips.
QiuQiu is the star of clicknetworkTV's (brilliant Singapore youtube channel btw) "Budget Barbie" - a show for ladies where she hunts for the best fashion deals. She runs her own magazine the "QWeekly" and there is something special about her which makes her extremely likable.
Considered by many to be beautiful already, she thought different and underwent sponsored plastic surgery recently to "correct her imperfections". She documented her whole story here.
Sophie is a popular beauty blogger / model with a huge instagram following who is friends with other top female bloggers like Xiaxue. Being my friend's ex-girlfriend, I've seen her a couple of times in real life and she's just as gorgeous as she is in her pictures.
A fashion blog by moonberry who describes herself as a “Socialmedialite” and New York designer. She won the 2011 Singapore Blog Awards for best beauty blog. She regularly attends fashion shows and openings and is very active on instagram.
Beatrice Tan is a high profile beauty blogger who has appeared in many media from make up videos to photo shoots. I first got to know about her when AspirantSG told me the story of how he got back into blogging. He went to a social media class taught by Beatrice and left really inspired.
She has her own blog shop and she's popular on her social media channels.
Oh so fickle
Tammy Tay is a blogshop model and the owner of blogshop ohsofickle which she founded back when she was 15. Unlike most beauty blogs which just have pictures, her blog posts are comprehensive and helpful, which may explain the popularity of her blog. And of course it has lots of pretty pictures too!
Pei Ling is the owner of popular blogshop agneselle. She is the only one who made it both to our top blogshops in Singapore and most popular blogger list. She regularly models her own clothes and her blog posts are filled with photo shoots and personal adventures with her Korean boyfriend.
sixpegs.com is a fashion, food and travel blog started by Peggy Chang. Her travel blogs are my favourite part of her site where she documents her many travels around Europe.
She also co-owns a Tiramisu Specialty store called The Tiramisu Hero with her life partner and most of her time now is spent running it.
vivawoman.net - Run by Sesame, Viva Woman is the leading Singapore beauty and fashion blog. Sesame is a self confessed skin care addict who takes an interest in reading ingredient lists and is increasingly fond of using organic and natural beauty products whenever possible.
BagaholicBoy aka Alivn Cher describes himself as "A man and his never-ending quest to seek out the best designer bags and life's other little luxuries." He is extremely popular with the hip female population in Singapore and is a very private blogger who blogs about bags.
I think with his sense of fashion and photography skills he would be a super star in the blogosphere if he blogged about more mainstream things and opened himself up. I think hes one of the top bloggers to approach for fashion coverage in Singapore.
- Lifestyle Blogs -
Darren is a social media influencer on men’s lifestyle in Singapore and also the other half of popular blogger Melicacy. He graduated at the top of his cohort in SMU and even codes his own plugins. He is super friendly and nice in person and is very active with his philosophical thoughts on life on his twitter account.
aspirantsg.com is a Singaporean digital marketer who shares his experiences as an avid foodie, traveller & social media enthusiast. Besides managing his own blog, he is also a regular contributor on Singapore Business Review and Travelcasts. In our chat with him he shares with us some of his favourite posts.
alvinology.com is the blog of Alvin and his wife Rachel. Alvin is one of the most prolific bloggers in Singapore having appeared in newspapers and many media.
At one point he was commanding over 30,000 readers a day. He used to work at omy and was in charge of their online marketing. In person he is really fun, humorous and popular with the other bloggers.
Mitsueki blogs about everything from fashion, food, current affairs she gets plenty of traffic. She managed to create an extremely friendly search engine blog which ranks her at the top of google for many search terms, which may partly explain her success. She also owns the blogshop GlamPuss.
She's well spoken and when you talk to her she comes off as someone very articulate and well educated.
Superadrianme is the brainchild of Adrian Seet, a former marketing executive who left the corporate world, taking the plunge to see up his own magazine blog. They cover everything from tech to beauty to fashion on their blog and are at the forefront of many events and launches.
Sparklette is run by Veron Ang, a talented web designer who runs her own web development company. Her blog features mostly food and lifestyle, and most recently information for kids and babies after the birth of her own child!
- Parenting Blogs -
Princess Dana Diaries
Princess Dana Diaries is run by Angie and David, but mostly Angie who dedicates the blog to their daughter Dana. This blog is in my opinion the most informative and well presented parenting blog. Angie spends an incredible amount of time detailing her posts with helpful information for parents and pretty pictures.
They only started on 2012 and I am sure one day they will be sitting among the very top blogs in Singapore. David and Angie also bring Dana around the world and here's a travel video they produced from their holidays in Korea.
Sengkangbabies.com is a daddy blog run by Andy who shares the adventures of his wife and 4 children. He cherishes his children and believes there is only one childhood for kiddos so he wants to give them the best the first time round. He hopes he inspires more parents to have fun blogging about their families. He sometimes writes on TSL and you can check out his reviews here.
Gingerbreadmum is the family blog of Adora and she has her own hilarious writing style which makes her posts fun to read.
cheekiemonkies is run by Kelvin, a Daddy blogger with three children who's blog was initially started by his wife before he took over. Oh my it seems three children is the magic blogger number... where do they find the time!
Ai Sakura is a Mommy Blogger who is a full time working mom. She's really active on twitter and she enjoys sharing her insights on parenting and she has a super cute daughter!
Edmund is a Pastor, Wedding Solemizer and dedicated family man of 3 children. His blog caters heavily towards activities and places for parents to visit with kids and he is the most popular Daddy blogger in Singapore, who is no stranger to working with media and public speaking.
When I first read about him, I thought he would be super serious like a principal or something. But in person, he is actually super chill and friendly. It was so fun travelling with him and his wife Jia Hui in Yogyakarta and sitting with him naked in a hot tub after our massage. Yes you read that right.
Mommy Kless has been blogging since 2009 when she was pregnant with her first child Joey, after a 10 year courtship! Her site the JBabies has slowly evolved into a giant database of helpful information for parents. They are currently the most visited parent blog in Singapore!
- Travel & Other Blogs -
Mylovelyblue sky is a Chinese travel blog and the only blog in Chinese that made this list. I wish I could read Chinese so I could tell you more, but the only thing I can understand on her site is "Travel Blog Finalist" so there you have it!
We're instagram buddies so I see her travelling around quite a bit. How i wish she posted more in English!
TravlerFolio is run by Eunice. After winning the Super Blogger award she ended up becoming a yearly judge for the Singapore blog awards. She travels all over the world and has built up an incredible portfolio over the years.
"RemSg" as he prefers to be known deserves to have a statue made after him, or at least some form of serious recognition. Another fiercely private blogger, he goes through great lengths to document and preserve Singapore's heritage and history.
Visiting his blog is like taking a walk through one of the best museums in Singapore. The amount of effort he puts in his posts is remarkable, each blog entry is practically exhaustive enough to be wikipedia entries of their own but far better because it has SOUL and is not just anonymously contributed clumps of data meshed together.
Check out this post on national service which traces its origins and what army was like back in the day.
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