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eBook - Working with Brands Guide

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Whether you're just getting started with blogging or if you've been blogging for a while but want to generate more blog income, the Celebration Stylist "Working with Brands" ebook will give you the tools you need to land amazing brand partnerships. I share my tips, tricks, and secrets to landing paid partnerships with brands you've only dreamed about working with, to turn your blog into your full time career, no matter what niche you are in.

Includes:

20 pages of tips, tricks, and important information including how to find brand contacts, how to reach out, and what to charge for partnerships.

Pitch Templates and Step by Step Instructions

Influencer and Affiliate Network Lists

Printable Partnership Trackers

 

This is a downloadable eBook. A link will be available for download immediately after purchase. All sales are final. 

How to Print

Most Printables: We recommend most things be printed on cardstock but regular printer paper is usually fine too. If it's something you plan to use over and over again, we recommend laminating it or placing it in a plastic sleeve. Most printables are designed to be printed on a regular size sheet of paper with the exception of the below. Be sure to print at 100% scale {Unless it's for your dolls!}

Placemats: Designed to be printed on "Ledger" 11"x17" paper. We recommend laminating them.

Oversized Coloring Sheets or Backdrops: Designed to be printed as large as  36" x 48" or as small as an 8.5" x 11”. When printing a backdrop, you can print as a black and white “blueprint” at any office supply store for less than $10.

How to Assemble

Most Printables: We try to create mostly no crafting required printables for our busy mamas, meaning, no assembly is required. But for our DIY loving mamas, we have a few things for you too, see below.

Flags: Print on cardstock and hot glue or tape to a dowel or paper straw. Add ribbons, poms, or yarn to the dowel.

Banners: Print on cardstock and tape or glue the back to ribbon or twine. You can also use a hole puncher if you prefer. We recommend you hang with command hooks.