Promote Your Brand on It’s a Keeper

Hi! I’m Christina, the chief cook and bottle washer here at It’s a Keeper.  It’s a Keeper is a place where you can get quick dinner ideas, easy recipes, meal planning tips and cooking resources.

From recipes to cooking tips to reviews of products that will make your life easier, It’s a Keeper is a trusted cooking authority for today’s busy families.

  • I share easy recipes that have earned my seal of approval
  • I teach families how they can cook more despite a busy schedule
  • I show how you can get your kids more involved in the kitchen
  • I review products and services
  • I answer cooking and meal planning questions

If you’re looking to promote your brand to readers that are searching for easy recipes, inspiration for dinner or ways to get their kids more involved in the kitchen, you’ve come to the right place!

Learn more about It’s a Keeper’s press and previous projects.

Opportunities Available

It’s a Keeper’s advertising options deliver both direct response and branding opportunities. By working with me, you can share your message with my readers to introduce a new product, make an announcement, launch a video and/or stimulate direct reader engagement.  Here are some ways we can work together:

  • Web banner media
  • E-newsletter banner media
  • Sponsored posts
  • Sponsored Giveaways
  • Video Reviews/Demos
  • Social Media Campaigns
  • Brand Ambassadorship
  • Blog Conference Sponsorship

Have something else in mind?  I’m open to creative and unique ways to work with companies. 

Want to talk about promoting your brand on It’s a Keeper? Email me at and I will let you know if I think we’re a good fit.

I look forward to hearing from you!


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