How to support Craft Beer Vancouver
Wondering how you can support Craft Beer Vancouver and keep the site going? Here’s some ways you can help.
If you’re curious or concerned about anything you see here, send me a note to let me know what you think: email@example.com.
Support me on Patreon
Patreon gives creators like me a way to collect donations from their audience and offer exclusive rewards for their support.
I’ve set up a Patreon page to help me offset some of the costs of running this site, but also as a way to help create better content through audience engagement and interaction.
Help me hit my milestones and you’ll be automatically eligible for monthly swag draws, and eventually Patreon-exclusive content.
Advertise or become a sponsor with Craft Beer Vancouver
Because I’m a bit old fashioned, I want to develop relationships with businesses that advertise on my site, ideally meeting them face-to-face. This means that my revenue from advertising may be much less, but it also means that the ads you see on my site will be from relevant, local businesses as much as possible.
If you’re a local business that want’s to advertise on Craft Beer Vancouver, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll happily provide information for you on how we can get started.
I also welcome sponsorship opportunities with local businesses that are related to craft beer in British Columbia. If your business creates unique craft beer products, offers tours, or in another way promotes or works with the craft beer industry, I’d love to hear from you. We can work together on creating sponsored content, running advertisements, and otherwise sharing your product with a growing, relevant, and targeted audience. Check out my Sponsorship page to find out how it works.
Support through Amazon associate links
Amazon.ca allows creators and other entrepreneurs collect a percentage of sales from traffic referred from their site.
This means that if you purchase an item on Amazon after using one of my Amazon associate links, I get a small percentage of the purchase price from what you buy – usually about 1-2%. It’s not much but it definitely helps!
If you’re looking for more detail on how this works, check out the details of Amazon’s associate program.
If you want to help the blog, I’d love for you to shop Amazon using my Amazon associate link. Thanks in advance for your support!