Thank you so much for your interest in partnering with Shaken Together!
Shaken Together started as a personal/family blog in 2009 and quickly became my creative outlet to share seasonal crafts and gift ideas, DIY tutorials, easy tasty recipes, a bit of family life and much more. I am excited to say that Shaken Together is growing every day and reaching more and more readers! I regularly engage with my readers on multiple social media outlets and have a strong following of passionate, creative friends!
I’ve created successful posts in partnership with some of my favorites brands: Michaels, Sara Lee, Tyson, Edy’s, World Market and DecoArt! Projects and recipes from Shaken Together have been featured at Pillsbury.com, Good Housekeeping, Apartment Therapy, Ikea Hackers, The Huffington Post and many others (thank you!) and several recipes have gone viral on Pinterest. And I’d love to partner with YOU, too!
What can Shaken Together do for you?
Let’s talk readers – they are the stars here, after all! I may be biased, by mine are the absolute best! They are moms, dedicated wives, working professionals, passionate home cooks and DIYers, just like me! They are a HUGE part of this success:
Shaken Together Statistics
Monthly Unique Visitors: Over 70,000
Monthly Page Views: Over 130,000
Wonderful followers along for the journey: 46,000+
- Pinterest Followers: 66,000+
- Facebook Likes: 12,800+
- RSS Feed Subscribers: 1,000+
- Twitter Followers: 2,400+
- Instagram Followers: 2,700+
Google Page Rank: 4/10
Alexa Rank (US): 35,839
Let’s work together!
1. Recipe Development / Project Tutorial Development – If you have an amazing product (and of course you do!), we would love to create an original recipe or project tutorial featuring what you do best!
2. Product Review / Giveaway – We can provide an honest review and opinion of your product and even better, give our readers the opportunity to experience it themselves with a giveaway!
3. Brand Ambassador/Representative – Let’s discuss various ways to promote your brand and get the word out about you!
Please contact me via my contact form for additional details, questions and information about how we can work together!
I know this seems pretty formal (which is really unlike me), but I felt like I should probably get some of this information out there. Read on if you want. It’s riveting 😉
This policy is valid from 20 March 2012.
This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me. This includes photos, text, design elements and all other content unless specifically excluded. It may not be published, copied, or reprinted without my consent. For questions about this blog, please contact shakentogetherblog at gmail dot com.
If I claim or appear to be an expert on a certain topic or product or service area (which will be a seriously BIG day!), please note: any information shared is done so based on my own experience and opinions, so please create, bake, try or DIY at your own risk. I am just sharing what I do and love. Use proper safety precautions, under appropriate supervision and don’t do something that doesn’t fit your lifestyle/habits and all that jazz, please.
This blog currently accepts forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, paid insertions or other forms of compensation. Any content, advertising space or post I have been compensated for will be clearly identified as paid or sponsored content.
I will only endorse products or services that I believe, based on my experience/expertise, are worthy of such endorsement. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer or provider.In most cases, I am simply sharing advertisers and sponsors. If you purchase a product or service from a link shared here, please contact that company to resolve any issues and/or answer questions. I am also not responsible for any information posted by blog commenters.
And just so you know, I will NEVER sell your contact information to another company or list service. That would really stink. But please be informed and check out what any advertisers’ or sponsors’ policies might be.
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