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You know you want to sponsor me!

Just thought I'd share that I have sponsor spots available again! I did the swapping thing for awhile, but that gets very complicated very quickly, so decided to go back to straight up sponsoring. I love posting things for you, but time is money, so I wanted to give you an opportunity to support me in my creative endeavors!

If you're a creative blog or small business, I'd love to help spread the word about you! All sponsor ads are $10 a month and rotate for maximum exposure. I don't like to spam my readers with a million giveaways and "Meet the Sponsor" posts, but if you'd like to write a guest post, that could probably be arranged. ;)

My audience tends to be...
Female, 20s & 30s, typically creative students, entrepreneurs, mothers, sisters, daughters, and friends.

I tend to blog...
Several times a week. Now that I'm in school again, it tends to be less than before, but I do have loyal readers who would love to click on your blog ad!

I like to write about...
Whatever strikes my fancy that day... which usually ends up being something about photography, knitting, blogging, small business tips, or playing The Sims 3. Lol. Nice and eclectic, don't you think?

What you need to do...
If any of this resonates with you, you'll probably make a great sponsor! I can't wait to meet you! Check out my advertising options page to start sponsoring Living the Creative Life!


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