How we can help
We are a team of passionate foodies and chocoholics, and we can help your PR efforts in a number of ways:
- We can share your latest chocolate news with our readers.
- We can review chocolate products, attend your restaurant, or read your latest chocolate recipe book, sharing our honest opinions with our readers.
- If it is good enough and our editorial calendar allows, we can include your product in a product round-up on a specialised topic. We accept suggestions for anything so long as it relates in some way to the world of chocolate.
- We can share an interview with a significant person involved in the chocolate industry.
- We can cover your chocolate event.
- We love travelling and seeing the world. Combine that with chocolate and you're on to a winner. If you've got content, ideas, or suggestions that relate to both chocolate and travel, please get in touch!
- We can publish your guest post here on my website. See below for more details.
Great news - we accept guest posts and guest post recipes!
However, there's a string of terms that must be followed for a guest post to be accepted:
- Your article must be at least 500 words (excluding titles), although longer, more detailed articles are always appreciated so long as the entire text is completely relevant.
- Your article must be written in English and must be free from spelling or grammatical mistakes, and free from waffle.
- Your article must be related to the exciting world of chocolate in some way.
- Your article may have reference links in it, but these need to link to authoritative resources that explain, in detail, the concept you are discussing at that point in the article.
- A single credit link will be added beneath your article. This must relate in some way to the author and article. For example, the link cannot point to a car insurance website when the article discusses cocoa production.
- Your recipe must be original, and should be tried-and-tested.
- Your recipe must not be plagiarised or previously published.
- Your recipe must be written in English and must be free from spelling or grammatical mistakes.
- Your recipe must make use of chocolate (and not just as decoration).
- Your recipe should include an ingredients list with metric measurements. Ingredients should be available to purchase in most British supermarkets.
- Your recipe should be clearly laid out with step-by-step instructions.
- Extra points go to recipes with accompanying step-by-step photos, a YouTube video, or a photo of the final result. Photos need to be greater than 1024 pixels wide by 768 pixels tall, and you must own the copyright (so as to grant unrestricted use of them here on my website).
We reserve the right to reject an article or recipe if it doesn't fit well with our website's audience, or if it violates any of these terms. We also enjoy cooking, so test recipe submissions in our own kitchens. Recipes that fail to work in our own tests, or those with poor results, will not be published.
We love to receive press releases from chocolatiers and businesses that deal in some way with chocolate.
You can email press releases to workwithme [at] chocolatier.co.uk
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