Looking for ways to work with me?
Bake Play Smile is a foodie’s paradise, and there’s a variety of ways I can serve up your product or service to my highly-engaged community.
When collaborating with me, your business will benefit from high-quality content, shareable videos, professional demonstrations and so much more.
Ways we can work together
If our values align, I will happily endorse your product or service to increase brand awareness; especially if I already know and love your brand.
Written with your brand in mind, I can carefully craft content, either with or without videos, to showcase your business to my fabulous community.
With an insatiable appetite for developing recipes that hit the spot, get in touch if you’d like me to create a masterpiece using your ingredients or equipment.
Reviews and giveaways
I’m all about spreading the word about products or services that might be useful for my readers, so I’m open to reviews. I can also host giveaways on my blog and/or social media channels.
Why work with Bake Play Smile?
Because you’ll be working alongside me, a former teacher with an eye for detail, a relatable mother and a complete perfectionist who isn’t happy until you are.
My other achievements include:
- Top 10 food blogger in Australia
- Mamamia food blogger runner-up
- A blog that receives more than 500,000-page views per month
- Social media following in excess of 200,000
- Being an author of 8 successful Thermomix cookbooks
- Expertise in using Pinterest to achieve long-time sponsored post views
Brands I’ve worked with include:
Coles, Old El Paso, Breville, San Remo, Tip Top, CSR, Circa Home and Tefal to name a few...
Mentoring packages for bloggers
Whether you’re after a one-off Pinterest consultation, a follow-up strategy or help with your WordPress site, I offer a range of reasonable packages because bloggers aren’t millionaires!
Where you can find me
Shoot an email with any questions to email@example.com
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You are most welcome to share a photo and link to my recipe BUT you must ask first!