Do you have this fantastic product, you will like to get out there to the thousands of readers of Dooney’s Kitchen? Would you like Dooney herself to review and give her feedback? Her opinion on food is very highly respected and will be beneficial to your brand if she endorses it. You could be a new business with a fantastic product on the market, or an existing business which will benefit greatly from increased exposure by featuring on Dooney’s Kitchen. product reviews will be especially beneficial to brands who are looking to expand their customer base into Nigerian/African communities.
This is a clarion call to brands in Western nations who may have prior to now narrowed their marketing campaigns. Dooney’s Kitchen is the top Nigerian/West African food blogger in the UK, whose blog is quite influential within the Nigerian/West African community. As you well may be aware of Nigeria is one of the MINT Countries who are on the verge of an economic explosion. The middle class has increased exponentially, they are well travelled, more exposed and have a lot of money to spend. Our food and lifestyle is also becoming more and more cosmopolitan. Western food and home sense brands are popping up everyday in our homes, especially our kitchens as our preparation of food is leaning more and more towards modern styles of cooking, so if you are looking for that boost in numbers from an otherwise untapped market base to increase your market share, and spread the reach of your products, contact Dooney for a Product Review.
The most recent Product Reviews were for the Deli range of Walkers Chips and chutneys by The English Provender Company.
You may think oh, this is not necessary, your company has been in business for a while and those who know about what you do know and patronise you. I would like to add that there is no company that doesn’t welcome new business, especially in this economic climate. I was invited to the Walkers Launch event of their new range of Deli Chips as a food blogger who represents (what to me is a largely ignored demographic when it gets to consumer products), the African community. We can be set in our ways as West Africans but when a product or introducing new ways to jazzing up our food is recommended by one of our own, especially a well visited and influential food site such as Dooney’s Kitchen, people take note and shop for the product in droves, passing the word of mouth around. The Nigerian/African communities in your countries are huge, and they are also very loyal to brands. We will be looking forward to working with you to promote your brands amongst our people.
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