I am interested in working with companies on sponsored (collaborative) posts. These need to offer really useful information to the reader – beyond product information or promoting a particular product.
For example, a garden centre could sponsor a post on how to plan summer bedding. Or a tools company could sponsor a post on effective pruning techniques.
A good example is this post I did with Bayer (Baby Bio, Phostrogen, Top Rose): see it here.
There is a modest fee for these to cover my time. It will be made clear to readers that it is a collaborative/sponsored post (in line with today’s legal requirements!).
The words and structure of all sponsored posts are mine. I’ll only recommend products or companies that I believe are useful and relevant to the readers of the Middlesized Garden.
If your company would like to communicate your expertise in this way, please contact me at email@example.com.
There’s a maximum of two collaborative post opportunities each month. Do get in touch if you have an idea that you think would work as a collaborative post.
The Middle-sized Garden takes affiliate links. These are disclosed in accordance with current guidelines, which means that I will always say when something is an affiliate link.
I would only accept affiliate links from companies whose products I believe to be right for the readers of the Middlesized Garden.
If you are interested in the Middlesized Garden being an affiliate, please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m always interested to work with companies on giveaways or competitions. Once again, the main requirement is that products should be relevant to readers of the Middlesized Garden – preferably something we’ll all find really useful, helpful or wonderful to have!
If you’d like to advertise, please contact me on email@example.com for a media pack.
The Middle-sized Garden does NOT take guest posts, infograms or other link exchanges.
I’d be happy to guest-blog or ghost-blog for companies. There will be a fee (unless it’s for a charity blog).
I’ve blogged and written for homes and garden sites, and also in other sectors, ranging from information technology to brewing.
If you’re writing a post for your own blog, I’ll always try to help by answering specific questions or contributing a tip.
Do get in touch if you would like me to review a book or product suitable for middle-sized gardens.
I’ll give an honest opinion, and will only publish reviews about products, books etc that I really feel will help people with middle-sized gardens.
I can’t promise a review, and I can’t return the product.
It will be made clear that the product or book has been sent free for review.
I set up this blog, The Middle-sized Garden, because I am passionate about gardening. And I also wanted to test out the tips I teach in my workshops. You need to know what works and what doesn’t.
Now the Middle-Sized Garden has been ranked no 5 of ‘The Top Ten UK Garden Blogs’ by international media company Cision UK.
The workshops will cover what you need on your blog, how to create ideas and headlines for blog-posts and how to promote your blog. Many people have enjoyed them (see quotes below).
‘I thoroughly enjoyed Alexandra’s workshop – she listens to the individual needs of the participants and tailors her advice accordingly.’ Paula McWaters, gardening journalist
‘Really useful. I have just started to write my first post.’ Charlotte Rowe, garden designer, Charlotte Rowe Design
‘Very good, very instructive and even slightly surprising…’ Caroline Garland, garden designer.
‘I learned more in two hours with Alexandra than I did on a full day course organised by another company recently.’ Sarah Hammond, Sarah Hammond Garden Design
‘Inspiring and illuminating- I’d recommend Alexandra’s workshops to anyone thinking of starting a blog.’ Amicia de Moubray, author and journalist, Doddington Place Gardens.
‘Alexandra is clear, concise and highly experienced. I left with a clear mind, a sensible action plan, realistic aims and feeling confident.’ Matt Jackson, landscape consultant, Black Sheep Consultants.
NOTE: ALL material on The Middlesized Garden – both text and pictures – is the copyright of The Middlesized Garden. Please contact me to discuss terms if you wish to buy any photographs.