Sponsorship & Advertising
I am very proud to say that Hello Gemma has grown from a place I would simply ramble, to a site with a loyal readership that has been nominated for Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire Blogging awards and been featured by the BBC, Company Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Grazia Daily and in Boots stores nationwide. I have gone from taking my first few daunting steps into the world of blogging to running a video/blogging masterclass at the Apple store with Grazia and working with some fantastic brands to create buzz around campaigns or produce content for their own platforms. If you would like to chat about working together, please contact my agent Hannah Thornton at United Agents. You can find her details here. All content on the site is written by myself and since this is a personal blog I do not accept posts written by someone else for payment. I take pride in my content and photography and accepting money to publish branded infographics or blog posts is not something I consider to fit well with my site. As of April 2015 I do not sell banner advertising – I am constantly trying to make my site work well for readers and display my content in an aesthetically pleasing way that is good for myself and my audience. After careful consideration I no longer believe banner or wraparound/popup advertising works well for my layout or my readership.
Material posted on Hello Gemma and accompanying YouTube channels covers beauty, fashion, health, fitness, culture, travel and lifestyle.If you are a company and would like me to try your product or service with a view to reviewing it on my blog or channel, you can reach me at gemma[at]gemsmaquillage[dot]com or you can speak to me via my Twitter, YouTube and Facebook accounts. Please note I reserve the right to accept only items I feel fit the tone and feel of my blog and accepting an item does not guarantee a post solely about the item. If it is suitable to share on the blog it may be mentioned alongside other brands or items within a post or video and unless you are working towards a specific timeframe, I reserve the right to post about the item as and when possible. With items like skincare particularly, testing takes place over a much longer period than is required for makeup items and when I receive your sample I may have to wait until finishing testing one range before starting another to give fair and balanced reviews.If you are interested in advertorials or sponsorship, please contact my agent Hannah Thornton to discuss the project and rates. You can find her information here.