Thank you for your interest in advertising on Eat at Home. Please read on to learn more about how we can work together.
About Eat at Home
Eat at Home, created by Tiffany King, launched in October of 2008 with the mission of helping busy families put dinner on the table. The site is updated 5-6 times per week with original recipes and photography, cooking tips, and a free weekly menu and grocery list. There are now over 2 years of menus + grocery lists available.
In 2011, Tiffany launched her first ebook – Feast in 15 – to a great response. Feast in 15 is full of tips for speed cooking dinner, and quick, easy, and delicious recipes.
Since launch, Eat at Home has seen a steady monthly increase in everything from Facebook fans to unique visitors. Tiffany continues to successfully cultivate a community of Eat at Home cooks.
Statistics (Updated April 2013)
Eat at Home receives an average of 601,223 pageviews per month and 297,722 unique visitors per month.
There are 19,655 people regularly receiving content via email and RSS combined.
Eat at Home has 13,882 Facebook fans, nearly 10,000 Pinterest followers and 1,384 Twitter followers.
Eat at Home is listed as a cooking resource in an article on Forbes.com in June, 2012.
Eat at Home was included in an article on food blogging in the Lexington Herald-Leader in April 2012.
Past partners on Eat at Home include:
- Rada Cutlery
- SC Johnson Corporation (writing for their Food for Thought section on their Family Economics blog)
- I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter Holiday Bake-Off
- Laura’s Lean Beef
- Mighty Leaf Tea
- Graeter’s Ice Cream
- Tate’s Bake Shop
- Carapelli Olive Oil
- Sister Schubert’s
- Express Bake PotatOH!
- International Delight
- Tyson Anytizers
- PHILADELPHIA Cooking Creme
- PHILADELPHIA Indulgence
- Lysol No Touch Kitchen System
- Hidden Valley Ranch
- The Magic for Less Travel
The following are the packages offered to advertisers. Don’t see something that fits your needs? Propose something different!
Sidebar Advertisement and Inclusion in Monthly Shoutout Blog Post: This includes a 125×125 ad on the blog sidebar, and a mention in the monthly shoutout to advertisers blog post.
Sponsored Recipe, Sidebar Advertisement, and Inclusion in Monthly Shoutout Blog Post: This includes an original recipe highlighting your product. The recipe will be promoted on Facebook, Twitter, and to subscribers. This package also includes the above mentioned sidebar advertisement and mention in the monthly shoutout to advertisers blog post.
End-of-Post Link, Sidebar Advertisement, and Inclusion in Monthly Shoutout Blog Post: This includes a link and mention at the end of every blog post for a month. This package also includes the above mentioned sidebar advertisement and mention in the monthly shoutout to advertisers blog post.
More important than the numbers is how Eat at Home readers view the site. Read what some of them have to say below.
“Eat at Home became my lifesaver last year. One week after I had gone back to work full-time, my husband ruptured the tendon in his right thigh. We have two boys who are active in sports and had just gone back to school also. Talk about timing. I found Eat at Home through the DISboards and discovered many recipes, made them ahead, and froze them. With all the chaos going on at home, it was comforting to not have to worry about feeding my family a good meal. After things settled down, I continued to use Eat at Home. It provides tasty, easy meals, many of which can be made ahead of time. I recommend it to anyone who is looking for family friendly recipes to feed their family with.” - Sara
“Eat at Home is one of my favorite cooking websites. The recipes are always practical, with inexpensive, easily found ingredients – not to mention super tasty! Tiffany does a great job of writing instructions and photographing the cooking process so that anyone can feel comfortable with it.” - Sweet T
“As a new housewife, I rely on Eat at Home to help me prepare nutritious meals for my husband. It has helped me broaden my skills in the kitchen and learn new tricks for expanding my stockpile and budget. The Facebook community has been a place to share tips and recipes and commiserate when dinner doesn’t quite go as planned. I especially enjoyed the freezer cooking event where we cooked together online. I don’t know what I’d do without it!” - Christina
“Oh my gosh – I love Eat at Home. It is my go-to source when looking for a fun, healthy, easy meal to make for my family! I love the printable menus and the variety they have to offer. I really like that you take pictures of the ingredients and then the finished product! I tell everyone I know about Eat at Home – I love it that much! Keep up the awesome work!” - Andrea B.
“Eat At Home is my first go-to spot when I’m in a bind and need to think about what to make for dinner. The recipes are easy to follow, have ingredients we usually have in the pantry, and taste great!” - TinkerKell
“From cheesy potato soup to applesauce pot roast to delicious easy desserts, Eat at Home has been a welcome addition to my recipe toolbox! My family is always excited about the recipes I try from Eat at Home!” - Jeanna
“You have a wonderful site that has helped me out a million times! With four kids, their schedules and a blog, life gets very hectic. I know that I can come to your site and in a matter of minutes I can find my menus and recipes that I need to go grocery shopping. The best part of all, is that you do all of this for free! That says a lot about you and your site. Thank you!” - Flour Me with Love
“Eat at Home is my favorite recipe site. I love how the recipes are simple with easy-to-find ingredients, yet they taste great. I do my meal planning each week using your site and I’m using my crockpot at least once a week, thanks to you. So much easier to get dinner ready when I can put it in the crockpot ahead of time, whilst the baby is napping. Thank you!” - Stay-at-Home Mom of Three
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