As of September 2011, a number of advertising areas have been introduced to AnyGivenFood.com which will display a rotation of adverts for upcoming events, partner events and third party advertisers (through affiliate schemes etc.) Advertising served on AnyGivenFood.com will only be accepted if it compliments the existing content on the site. If you are requesting advertising space on AnyGivenFood.com, please note that your product or event must be primarily food oriented (e.g. book, restaurant, coffee, food festival).
If you’re working for a PR company, don’t be afraid to get in touch. You’ve got a job to do and my inbox is always open to those who are promoting new foods, food products or food events. Be sure to introduce yourself and say hello by dropping me a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Promoting Your Event
I’ve been working and promoting events since 2005, primarily in through music and theatre. As a result, I know that every little helps. Whether it’s a cake morning, school bake sale, restaurant opening or a ten-day festival, if you’re looking to promote your food event then please get in touch. If we’ve got room for it, we’ve also got a little banner space that we can give over if we think it suits (namely suited to major food events). When submitting your event details, please try to include as much information as possible as well as at least one high resolution photograph (bigger than 1000px wide). Events can be submitted via email to email@example.com. If your event happens to be in Kilkenny City or County, we’ll also feed it into KilkennyEvents.ie.
From time to time, competitions will be run on AnyGivenFood.com, whether through a sponsor or by myself. Where a competition has been sponsored by a third-party, this will be clearly indicated. Competition rules may vary and the judges decision is final. If you are interested in running a competition through AnyGivenFood.com, please get in touch by email to discuss things further.
Disclaimers come and go and change depending on what it is you’re doing or talking about. When I review something or mention a product I’ve been sent or an event I’ve been invited to cover, where a disclaimer is warranted, you’ll get one with all the gory details. Promise.