Managing the ole inbox can be tough these days. Here are some great reasons to contact me via email:
- You have a question or comment about one of the recipes or posts on this site. I’d love to hear from you!
- You’re seeking permission to use one of my photos and/or link to a recipe. (Yay!)
- You’re a local-to-me individual or organization, and you’d like to connect about food, cooking, or gardening.
- You’re a retail brand with a paid opportunity for SoupAddict.com. (Email me the deets, and I’ll send you my media kit and fee schedule.)
- You’re a brand/publishing rep or PR professional, and you have a paid opportunity that you would like to explore on SoupAddict.com. (The unpaid exceptions are reviews of cookbooks, or blog-hosted giveaways of significant value to my readers.)
- You represent a print or online publication and would like to hire me to develop a recipe, write about cooking or gardening, or republish one of my posts. (Let’s talk!)
- You’d just like to say “Hey, howareya?” (Hey!)
Other options for quick connections:
Folks making boilerplate, salesy sales pitches might want to review my general guidelines below. I know you’re just doing your job, but, oy. All the email.
- Freelancers: I am not seeking contributed content of any kind in the foreseeable future. I know it’s tough out there for indies, judging by the volume of requests I receive — I wish you luck.
- Advertisers: I do not work directly with individuals or companies seeking to advertise on my site. All ads on SoupAddict are managed by my ad network, Mediavine.
- SEO service providers: The first thing I do is google you, and if you do not appear on the first page of search results for SEO service keywords (you know, checking if you walk the talk), I’ll mark your email as spam.
- Link exchangers: I do not exchange links, nor will I place paid or unpaid links anywhere on this site.