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Sponsorship Info for September

Just Jen is a personal creative blog, featuring photography, DIY tutorials, book recommendations, and glimpses into my everyday life. I currently recieve 200-300 visits a day, with a high of 334 visits in one day! In total, I receive an average of 5000 page views per month.

I now offer 3 ad size options, all of which come with giveaway opportunities for additional traffic to your blog or shop. I am especially interested in supporting fellow creatives: bloggers, small businesses, musicians, artists, photographers, designers, and crafters.


If you are a blog with less than 50 subscribers, I will consider swapping a small or medium ad spot with you in lieu of payment.  

If you are interested in advertising with Just Jen, email me at desertrose0601 {AT} gmail {DOT} com.

Please include :

  1. A link to your blog//shop.

  2. What size spot you would like to reserve.

  3. Whether you will create the ad yourself, or whether you need me to do so. I can create an ad for you for free if you do not yet have one.


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