Ways to work with Chef's Widow

• Spokesperson
• Brand Ambassador
• Attend Brand Events
• Product Placement in a post or video
• Sponsored Post
• Twitter Party Host or Panelist

Are you interested in having Chef's Widow review your product or website? Please contact us at chefswidow@gmail.com! Chef's Widow is a PR friendly blog and we love to share product information to our readers. If you would like to send us your product we will be happy to review and write a blog post to share with our readers. We will also share our post on Twitter and Facebook. We offer sponsored posts, reviews, and giveaways. We also work as brand ambassadors and can commit from one post to several months worth. Use our Contact form below to make inquires or to ask for additional information or email chefswidow@gmail.com


A minimum 300 word original post written by me.
The post will contain a minimum of 3 links of your choice and keyword requests will be honored when they fit into the flow of the article.
Posts remain indexed on www.chefswidow.com they do not expire
Posts will be sent out via Twitter and Facebook to over 6,000 followers. 

Reviews are single posts that provide a review of your product, service or website. Each review will be written within 2 weeks of your request, will be at least 300 words long, and will include photos and graphics.

Cost: $50-$150 depending on the product/item/website (no product provided)

Description: Sponsored Posts (advertorials) are single posts where we provide an informational post about your product, service or website. Each post will be written within 2 weeks of your request, will be a minimum of 300 words long, and will include photos and graphics.

We’re happy to consider any brand ambassadorship for a product, service, etc. A Brand Ambassador runs for an extended amount of time. Generally 6 month periods. As a Brand Ambassador we would post about your product or brand 4x per month. Place 250 x 300 ad on our site. Post on twitter with specific #hastag. Be active on your Facebook page. Discuss your product with family and friends. Please contact us should you wish to discuss this option.

We’re happy to host giveaways. All giveaways will run for a minimum of seven days. We will post the giveaway to Twitter and several online sweepstakes sites to encourage participation and increase the awareness of the product. Winners will be chosen at random by www.chefswidow.com via punchtab. You may elect to send the prize to the winner or you may send the prize to us and we’ll forward it to the winner.

To sponsor a giveaway, email the following information to chefswidow@gmail.com:
Send a link to the product’s description and photographs
Include the name of the item you’d like to give away or the amount of the gift certificate and any limitations or restrictions placed on it.

Woot woot! We love a Twitter party! A Twitter Party is an online event sponsored by your brand or product that you can use to meet your customers, announce a service, launch a product, or simply get people talking. You pick the time and #hastag, few topics to discuss and some giveaways. We put the party together and get the guests. Twitter parties are cheap and easy and have the potential to generate hundreds (if not thousands) of tweets about your brand in just a couple of hours.

We want to partner with brands or welcome the opportunity to speak about your brand in various mediums. Contact us to discuss further opportunities.


Monday – Friday: 9AM – 6PM
Saturday: 10AM – 7PM
Sunday: Closed



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