Holiday Gift Guide 2014

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Enter Here Canada is currently accepting submissions for our 2014 gift guide. If you have a family-friendly product that you think our readers will be excited to add to their wish lists, please send us an email. We’d love to talk to you about working together!

Here’s what you can expect from us:

Your products will be promoted on our blog and across our social media channels, where they will be seen by thousands of holiday shoppers across Canada and the United States.

Listing is FREE in exchange for full size product(s) for review. You will be responsible for any costs associated with the delivery of product(s).With our review, we will include our own high quality photographs, links to your website and social media accounts, and information about where to buy your products. If you would like to set up a coupon code for our readers, we would be happy to include that as well.

Add a giveaway to your review post free of charge. We will set up the contest, promote it, confirm entries and draw winners. You will be responsible for shipping the prize directly to the winner.

A giveaway without review requires a minimum prize value. Please email us to discuss.

A sponsored post can be set up to share information about your product(s) with our readers. You are responsible for providing any photographs and details that you would like included in the post. We will then write an original post and include links back to your site, social media accounts, and where to buy. This option requires a fee.

Please note that we will only include products that are a good fit for our family-friendly blog and offer value to our readers.

Submission deadline is Dec 8, 2014. All products must be received by Dec 12, 2014.

About Jenn Gill

Jenn is a work-from-home mama, word wizard, and photography enthusiast; living in the Lower Mainland, BC, with her husband and two young daughters. Whether it be online or at the local farmers market, she loves to shop. She's well-known for scouring packaging labels for a business address or "Made in Canada" sticker, and gets giddy at the discovery of new (or new-to-her) Canadian products.