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Our readers are genuinely interested in learning more about making delicious, family friendly recipes, decorating tips for the home and new products and innovations to make life easier!
If you think that Gathered In The Kitchen would be a good fit for your product or service, I would love to discuss the details and pricing with you.
Brands I have worked with include Dyson, Caribou Coffee, Longhorns, Emile Henry, Southern Breeze Sweet Tea, Britax, and many more.
Please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Interested in partnering with Gathered In The Kitchen for 2021?
Here are some projects we have coming up as we rebuild our 1886 home from a lightning strike & fire.
MASTER BATHROOM REMODEL
LIVING ROOM REMODEL
SUN ROOM REMODEL
WINDOW TREATMENTS FOR BEDROOMS
BACK ENTRYWAY UPDATE AND REMODEL
NEW GARAGE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT
MY DISCLOSURE POLICY
Your privacy and safety is of the utmost importance to me while you are visiting my site. Laws and regulations have changed over the years and I like to be transparent about everything I do on my blog. When you are visiting my site, just as in any other site, cookies are collected. What’s a cookie you ask? A cookie is a little piece of data that comes from a website you visit and it stores on your device for a short period of time to give you better and faster browsing. For example, have you ever visited a site and added something to the online shopping cart but then left the page/site before you purchased the items? You later came back to that page/site and the items still showed in your cart, allowing for an easier user experience because you didn’t have to load each item back into your cart. Make sense?
I use certain programs such as Google Analytics to help me know what blog posts my readers like and dislike (crazy! I can’t even imagine people not liking my content…hahaha! ;-p ) Those little data trackers just tell me which projects, recipes, etc, people in general visit …. don’t worry! I can’t find out any of your personal information.
Emails – for my emails or free downloads, etc, I use a program called Mad Mimi to send out my emails. When you sign up to be apart of my email list or grab a freebie, etc, I just get your email address that is stored in my Mad Mimi account so I can send you the info you wanted. Again, your email is safe – I vow to never give it out! I seriously cannot stand all the spam email I get in my own inbox every day…and I’m sure you feel the same! So we’re cool on that account!
Affiliates – On my ol’ blog, if you’ve been a reader for some time, you know that I only share ideas, projects, recipes, etc that I come up with on my own. I never push, promote products or projects that I don’t personally use or love or didn’t create myself. I take a huge amount of pride in Gathered In The Kitchen and want my readers to know and feel that I’m authentic and not doing this to make a buck (because believe me, I’ve done everything (and I repeat EVERYTHING) wrong or opposite of what you do to make money blogging…just ask my hubby, he’ll tell you how much money I spend just to do this ol’ hobby of mine!) But with that said, I do from time to time share products that I personally use myself. I then share them with you with easy buying links (like on Amazon…because who doesn’t shop from Amazon these days?!?!) If you happen to purchase something after clicking my link (ie: if you click on one of my Amazon links and purchase within a 24 hour time frame (those little cookie data pieces are for a short time, see!) I will make a very small commission, at no extra cost to you! ….believe me, I’m not getting rich, my highest “paycheck” was for $12 (p.s. a paycheck is for an entire month) – thank goodness my hubby has a real job and can support my blogging habits!
If you have any questions, feel free to comment on a blog post and I’ll get back to you asap!