Advertising on Foodista
Foodista has a variety of advertising solutions to meet your company or brand's needs. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. You may also download our advertising media kit (pdf).
Interested in advertorial opportunities? Please visit our Advertorial page for more information.
Foodista displays ads in a few different sizes, such as below. In some cases we are able to customize, just let us know what you are interested in!
Leaderboard - 728 x 90 (click image below for actual size)
Block - 300 x 250
Encyclopedia Pages (ex: Recipe page)
Image (GIF, JPG, PNG)
$8-$12 CPM range
We can work with you to create custom campaigns for your company or brand. Contact us at email@example.com to find out more about building custom advertising opportunities.
Traffic and Audience*
Foodista receives over 1,400,000 pageviews per month
Facebook fans: 78,000+
Pinterest 25,000+ followers
Google Plus 247,000+
Newsletter subscriptions: 34,000+
*Data via Google AdPlanner
Launched on December 17, 2008, Foodista is a passionate community of food lovers who want to share and exchange its collective knowledge about all things culinary. Our editorial content informs and entertains readers with a daily dose of food news, cooking tips and recipes, health and nutrition information, holidays and special events, and more. Additionally, we feature a wealth of encyclopedic content about foods, tools, and techniques, and house a growing database of user-added recipes.
We have been featured in Time, The New York Times, TechCrunch, Huffington Post, and a multitude of other publications and online media. In 2009, we organized the first International Food Blogger Conference, which has since become the premier event for food bloggers, with an emphasis on food, writing, and technology. In 2010, with the help of food bloggers around the world, we released the Foodista Best of Food Blogs Cookbook, the first cookbook of its kind.
Below is a sampling of published mentions. Check out our Press page for more.
E-Kitchens Can Get Crowded
New Orleans and the Whole Food Blogging Thing