partner with me!

Interested in partnering with Delightfully Tacky?  Huzzah! You've arrived at the right place!  Does your company, business, shop or blog cater to awesome, smart ladies who love adventure, DIY projects, interior decor, and inspired eclectic style?  Sweet.  Because that's how I would describe my readers.  Let's talk partnership!  I prefer to work with shops, companies, and brands who reflect both my personal style, and my commitment to sustainable and ethical clothing.  While I know that money makes the world go round, and it certainly allows me to run this blog on a daily basis, I have a desire to partner with those companies, blogs, and shops which match the vision of Delightfully Tacky and, more importantly, myself.  Partnering with Delightfully Tacky should be a mutually beneficial relationship and I truly love being able to support those who choose to partner with me, while still keeping the content of my blog honest and genuine.  

Delightfully Tacky has grown to over 12,000 subscribers and averages 7,000 pageviews per day. If your business targets young, creative, adventurous women interested in fashion, travel, and decor, Delightfully Tacky would be a perfect fit for advertising! 

Delightfully Tacky is consistently growing and reaching new lovely readers on a daily basis.  I blog mostly about daily personal style, travel, DIY and cooking adventures, and things that inspire me.


-Monthly Pageviews:  160,000 average
-Daily Pageviews: 6000 average
-Subscribers via Google Friend Connect: 5936
-Subscribers via Bloglovin': 11,831
-Subscribers via RSS/Other: 9,032
(updated 6/4/14)
-Facebook: 6715 fans, 20,000+ reach
-Twitter: 5852 followers
-Pinterest: 12,474 followers
-Instagram: 7157 followers
-Lookbook: 11,684 followers
-Chictopia: 2395 followers
(updated 7/15/14)

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- guest posts of any kind
- product reviews


If you are looking to get your brand featured in the main content and promoted across my social channels, contact me for collaboration options!  I could be dreaming up content right now that would be a perfect fit for your products. (Francis Ford Coppola Wines, Fossil, BHLDN, Dreyer's, Vidal Sassoon)
To start a conversation, tell us about your company and what you're looking to do in an e-mail to

I accept items that match my personal style and aesthetic and are produced in the one or more of the following ways: ethically/fair trade/made in the USA/vintage.  If you would like me to style something, please contact for rates and options.


Giveaways are posted on Fridays, and they last a week.  4-5 giveaway spots are available every month.  Giveaway posts start at $200 and must be for item(s)/gift card(s) over $50 in value.  Giveaways are promoted on Facebook as well as other social media outlets.  If you have questions, please contact  If you don't have questions, and are ready to move forward, you may purchase a giveaway post below.  Giveaway posts submitted are subject to approval.

There are four ad sizes available- Featured, Large, Medium, and Small.  Featured ads include a sponsored post or giveaway (subject to approval).

If you're interested in purchasing more than 3 months at a time, email to discuss the details of your sponsorship.

You may start your ad at any point during the month.  Your ad will go up once you've uploaded your ad image and url and the ad has been approved.  Advertisers whose content is either questionable or not consistent with Delightfully Tacky's vision or readership will not be approved.
Because this blog is my personal blog, I don't post press releases, giveaways, or features from companies which I haven't reviewed or looked into personally.  My readers trust that the opinions and thoughts that I post are my own, so posts written about any products sent to me will be in my own words, and while you may send information about a product you are sending me for me to look over, I will not be copy/pasting talking points or paragraphs about your product.

I am always open to new ideas and i'm willing to work with your business to help you get the most out of your partnership. Please keep in mind that while I appreciate all inquiries, I only to partner with those  whose businesses reflect both my and my readers' interests- please never hesitate to ask though!
Contact me at for any questions!

Want to get the most out of your advertising campaign?

Use a clear and striking image

Advertising is all about grabbing attention, so be sure that your graphic does exactly that! Make sure it is a good quality graphic: something that looks shrunken or pixelated is sure to give the wrong impression. Also, take care to use an image which illustrates what you do. If my readers see a photo of a woman in a dress, they’ll think you sell clothes; if they see a bunch of flowers, they will assume you’re a florist. You get the idea: make sure your graphic ties into what you actually do!

Make sure all your text is legible
Be sure that any text in your ad is easy to read, and pick your fonts carefully.  I'd say to stick with sans serif fonts, and avoid script or handwritten fonts.  They might seem cute at first, but can be really difficult to read in the small space you have to fit it on your ad. Pick just one or two fonts, and two or three colours. Simple and uncluttered is best!

Think about my blog's audience
My readers are adventurous, stylish, and encouraging.  They 
love vintage and DIY, they're eco-friendly and smart so create your advertising with them in mind!  Think about what they'd love to click on and tailor your ad to fit into that vision.

Make 'em click!
Think back on the ads you’ve clicked on.  People aren't clicking willy-nilly, they click because they're drawn to what they click on.  They've been drawn in by your ad and are curious to know more, or they're interested in the deal you're offering.  Give my readers a "call to action".  Offer a discount for first-time customers, free shipping, or some other enticement.  Give them a reason to want to click!

Give it time
It takes time to see the results of an ad campaign, ads need time to gain traction.  It’s impossible to know if your ad is working after two weeks, let alone a month. Ask anyone: you need at least a three-month period to test results. I’m happy to book you in for a month at a time, but I really recommend letting your ad sit for a while to see how it performs.  Passionfruit tracks pageviews and clicks, so you can see how your ad is doing there, and you can also use Google Analytics to check analytics there too.

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