If your company or brand works with food bloggers, we’d love to hear from you for a potential partnership.
The companies we’ve worked with include Wusthof, Breville, KitchenAid, Instant Pot, Bradley Smoker, Blendtec, UnCommon Goods, The Versed Chef, Salton, etc.. We don’t work with companies for the sake of getting free products or pay. We do it because we believe in the quality of the company, brand, product or service and we feel that we can speak passionately about these partners in our posts.
What we do…
Our blog’s focus is “easy to make recipes for the average home cook”. Our aim is to provide delicious recipes and mouth watering photos. If you feel that your product or service would fit nicely with our posts, please reach out to us (form below)!
What’s in it for you?
In return for products, services or paid sponsorship, we typically offer our sponsors multiple mentions of their brand within our recipes/posts along with links to their website. Once each post is up, we do a social media blitz on all our social media platforms: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google+, Pinterest and a few other food related websites such as Foodgawker, Tastespotting, etc. Where applicable, we mention the sponsor directly in our social media posts so they can retweet/re-share for additional exposure. We can offer a 300 by 300 px ad that will sit on our blog’s right column for an agreed upon amount of time. This ad is visible on almost every page of our blog (including all recipe pages). You can provide us the design or we can do this for you. This ad links directly to the sponsor’s website or other preferred page.
We want our blog to look amazing and we want to gain the trust of our readers. This means that its in our best interest to do the same for our partners. This is why we only work with companies and brands we trust. We want that to come across in our stories.
In some cases, the sponsorship agreement has been worked out in different formats. We can provide photography for your own social media channels within a food or food prep setting, where you own the full rights to the photos and we don’t use them. We can also do guest posts where we right a story, develop a recipe and provide photography. This is posted on your site and we never use the post. If you’re interested, we can talk about different options.