Are you a long-time reader of Those Graces? How about a new blogger starting out and wanting to get your name out there? Or maybe you just want to help a young college graduate start her first business. Well, now is your chance to sponsor Those Graces and help fund Past Present Designs. Sponsorships start at as little as $7!
Your Sponsorship Funds My Sister’s First Business
Earlier this month my sister Jillian announced she was gearing up launching her first business, Past Present Designs, an Etsy based store focused on creating custom-made vintage-styled clothing for the modern woman. To help her fund her startup, I am putting out a call for sponsors, and all revenue will be donated to Past Present Designs. That means you get an ad in my righthand sidebar while sponsoring Past Present Designs. Sound like a good deal? I thought so!
Last month Those Graces hit an all-time high for traffic and brought in over 5,000 unique visitors and 18,505 page views. Aside from this great visibility opportunity, you’ll have the comfort in knowing you are helping a young woman and recent college grad achieve her dreams.
Place Your Ad Today
Purchased ads will run for 30 days starting from the day you purchase the ad space. Ads are placed in sidebar within 24 hours of purchase. While there is no cap on how many ads are available for each funding category, only the first ten ads will run under the “Welcome to My World” section. Any additional ads will run under the “Topics I Write About” section. Make sure to purchase your ad early to ensure top billing!
Don’t have a blog? Think about creating an ad for your Etsy or eBay shop, YouTube Channel, Tumblr or small business! If you don’t have an ad you want to place and want to fund Jillian directly, you can do that, too. Quick note: If you are reading via RSS reader, you may want to click over to see the information on funding prices.
Learn More about Past Present Designs
Here’s what Jillian says about starting Past Present Designs:
I have been sewing for over half of my life now, and there are no words to express how passionate I am about it. Instead, to show the world what I love, I want to give a little piece of that to other people through the form of a hand-made, well-crafted garment. Sometimes it is the dress that makes a woman feel wonderful and confident, and what better way is there to extend my joy to her than to make that very dress for her.