I’d like to collaborate with iMake. What should I do?
I am always keen to hear from creative folk interested in collaborating with iMake. There are lots of different ways we can work together, many of which could bring valuable traffic to your website, blog or online shop. I am happy to review relavant products and services, work with giveaway sponsors and occasionally I accept guest posts.
Please contact me if you’d like to chat more about the possibility of working with iMake. I have a media kit which is available on request.
Please note that sometimes people pitch ideas that just don’t fit with my vision for iMake. If that is the case, I will tell you (nicely, of course!) Please don’t be offended. If you are asking me to do something for you, such as publicise your business for free, I really recommend you take some time to read my blog and listen to my podcast before you make contact. That way, you’ll know what my readers and listeners want, and you’ll be able to tailor your request accordingly. I can usually tell when people contact me without doing a little research first!
Also bear in mind that people generally prefer not to work for free. I am interested in collaborating with like-minded people and forging mutually beneficial partnerships. Where appropriate, and indeed where possible, I am not against the idea of being paid for the work that I do. Payment doesn’t necessarily need to be cash; it could be products, services or publicity. Let’s be creative. Thank you for understanding.
Does iMake work with sponsors and affiliates?
As well as working with other creative folk as outlined above through reviews, giveaways and interviews, I have a few formal sponsorship arrangements and affiliations.
- The iMake blog and podcast are currently sponsored by LoveKnitting.
- iMake is an affiliate of the following companies: Amazon UK, Amazon US and Craftsy.
Can I buy iMake a coffee?
Occasionally people ask me if they can do something to say “thank you” for the work I put into the blog and podcast, which is very sweet. So to those lovely folks, I say… feel free to buy me a coffee! Here’s a link to where you can send me a Paypal donation of your choice: buy iMake a coffee (if you have any problems with the link, my Paypal address is firstname.lastname@example.org). Thank you. If you are feeling really generous I have a Craftsy class wishlist. Buy purchasing a class for me you are also helping shape the future of the iMake blog as the skills I learn from each class are poured right back into the blog.
Can I share iMake’s content?
If you are thinking about using or sharing any information from the iMake website, it’s really important that you understand my copyright policy.
Blog and podcast content, including images and tutorials, by iMake, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported Licence.
Note that some images and content on this website are not by iMake therefore they may be licensed differently. These will have been shared with permission, possibly under a different Creative Commons licence.
If you are unfamiliar with Creative Commons licensing the please check out the links above. Thank you. If you are in any doubt at all, please contact me.