Working with The Chef’s Wife, Perth Food Blogger
I’m an advertising and PR friendly Perth Food Blogger. The tone of my blog is very positive, in a “I TOTALLY love Perth and food” kind of way. I will give my opinion, but never in a nasty/negative tone. Drop me an email!
From local West Aussie companies to quality national brands I believe in, I’m more than happy to give them a shout out via my blog and social media. From time to time a collaboration is lots of fun!
Please get in touch if you have any questions or opportunities for me as a Perth Food Blogger. I’d consider most things that I believe would interest my followers if I have a genuine interest in it myself. Products that are food, chef, child friendly, Perth, family or homemaker related. I can:
- Attend menu tastings, launches and openings.
- Special Foodie events, expos and markets.
- Write guest blogs for your website
- Host foodie giveaways
- Review food related products and services
And it’s not just about food! I’m expanding from simply being a Perth Food Blogger to a little bit of travel and family content too. Over the last year I’ve really expanded my travel section and I’m particularly interested in anything tourism related. From staycations in the Perth metro area, to the rest of WA and just about anywhere else.
If your brand has a family angle or your venue is child friendly, I may also be able to do a collaboration via Buggybuddys, Perth’s most popular family website. That’s great exposure for your brand – Buggybuddys is HUGE with 80K email subscribers (April 17)
All of the written and photographic content on “TheChef, His wife and Their PERTHfect life” blog is written by myself (The Chefs Wife). On a very rare occasion I will use a picture of a venue – in the instance when my own hasn’t turned out due to bad lighting/weather etc and I will credit the owner of the photo. If you wish to use one of my photos, permission MUST be obtained by myself.
All of the posts are reflective of our personal experiences, when we eat out. We don’t usually visit restaurants specifically to write recommendations. We love to dine out regularly. I’ve always loves to tell friends of our dining discoveries and the blog is an extension of this.
Whilst I like to keep the posts positive, I certainly have my own opinion and I will definitely share this – good or bad! If our overall experience is bad though – I simply will not blog about it. I take venues for what they are; a casual family restaurant, takeaway or local pub is not comparable with a high end restaurant – but I still may enjoy both. I alter my expectations depending on where we visit. As long as it’s tasty, fresh, clean, has good service, an inviting atmosphere and not taking the P in terms of price, then we’re happy!
Occasionally I write blog posts where I have been compensated by way of event invitations, complimentary meals etc When I have been remunerated in this way, I will ALWAYS indicate in the blog post that I have been invited. To give the blog as much transparency as possible.
Want to know more? My media kit is available on request.