Sponsored Article Details
If we're writing a full article about your business, select Sponsored Article. If you are underwriting content on KZOOkids, select Title Sponsor.
Title Sponsor or Sponsored Article?
Title Sponsor (small listing within article)
Sponsored Article (full article all about you)
As you want it to appear.
Business Description (30-40 words)
Tell us about your business - who do you serve? What services to do you offer? What sets you apart from others in your industry?
Email for Public Use
Email for KZOOkids communications
Facebook Page URL
We need at least 3 talking points for your article. These are the "takeaways" you want a reader to know about you once they're done reading your sponsored post. Do your best to fill in the following boxes with those talking points. If you're having a hard time coming up with these, check the "Phone Interview" box below and we'll try to help you out.
Talking Point #1
Example #1: Parents love us because they can bring kids here and get work done while kids play. We want to let everyone know that we're more than a play area.
Example #2: We have special Kids Day Out opportunity on Tuesdays that allow parents and kids to come in a make their candle together for a special price. We lower the tables and create a kid-friendly atmosphere for kids ages 2 -12 with a parent
Talking Point #2
Talking Point #3
Additional Talking Points
Are you interested in talking with our writer on the phone for approximately 15-20 minutes about your goals/hopes for this article?
Attach one logo and a MINIMUM of two more images to be included in your article.
IMPORTANT Photograph/Image Requirements
*Images must be high resolution (100k or higher).
- Submit one logo.
- Submit one horizontal image for the feature image.
- Submit 3-5 square images to use within the article. (We can also crop your horizontal or vertical images if you do not have square.)
**PLEASE NOTE: Sponsors are liable for the photos they submit. This means you must be the owner of the photo you share. If children are in your photographs, you must obtain parental/guardian permission before sharing their photo with us. Lastly, if you submit a photo that you did not take, you will need to send us written permission from the photographer.**
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