- Company’s product placement, education, and application in episode.
- Recommended as an ingredient within the video and text portion of the recipe.
- A “thank you” to the sponsor at the end of the episode with sponsor’s logo and website link.
- Sponsor has the rights to use the original video for marketing/sales purposes such as the sponsor’s website, social media, YouTube channel, newsletters, trade shows, etc. See an example of how EcoLunchBox Sponsor used Cooking Guru episodes on their website.
- Can be a guest on the show.
- Guru Tip mini-episode: 30-60 seconds about the product. Some examples are – best shopping practices, 3 things to know, health tips, sustainability, other recommended uses for product, etc.
Can sponsor multiple episodes.
Food Guru Social Marketing Campaign
- Using all forms of social media to engage with Food Guru’s online audience (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Google+, LinkedIn, and YouTube) frequently, consistently, and ongoing.
- Presently partnered and featured on the Food Channel, Side Chef, Local Dish, ifood.tv, Recipleaser, Tastemade, BlogHer, Curious.com, and continuing to grow.
- Send out episodes through Food Guru’s monthly B2B/B2C newsletters, and email campaign.
- Engagement through social media continues long after the Season has been released.
- Additionally, Cooking Guru host, Farminista’s Feast, promotes all episodes and tips through her social platforms and website.
- 47% Male / 53% Female (YouTube) — 34% of Viewers are 25-34 Years Old
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