ceriselle.org is a blog about everything. It seems to mention fashion quite a bit and is about my life as well, so if you are really desperate to classify it, it’s a “British expat fashion and lifestyle blog based in Bellevue, just outside Seattle, WA.”
The name ceriselle was a mash of French wordage – cerise is French for cherry (a slight obsession of mine, I admit) and I bodged elle on the end to make it a bit feminine.
When saying it out loud, I break it into those two parts – cerise elle. Not ceris ele, not carasel and not “that website thing you write stuff on”
I like to write it down in full and lowercase. I’m not sure why.
If a link has an * next to it, that means its an affiliate link. You wouldn’t notice this normally, but I still feel like I should inform people! If you don’t know, an affiliate link means when you buy a product from a link I provide, I get a little bit of money.
I do not accept pre-written articles, or any paid for links where the requirement is to include specific wording for SEO purposes.
I am able to babble more than enough for my own site – and others too! Guest posts where the entry has already been written don’t really interest me very much. Please do not get in contact if you are offering guest posts.
I accept products for review on the understanding that not everything will be featured on the blog. (Although I’m unlikely to accept anything that does not fit my audience)
I reserve the right not to publish a review and aim to get a post up within 3 weeks of receiving the product. If there is any reason for a delay, I will inform you at the time. Items sent for review can not be returned, will be fully disclosed and will have no-follow links to the product.
I am happy to consider PR enquiries – you can contact me here – but (of course) I’d prefer things that are relevant and interesting. I think I’m quite well known for being quite honest – if something is a bit pants, I’ll say what’s not right! If you would like to know information on statistics, please let me know as they are always changing (of course!)
All sponsored content will be clearly marked as such for the readers benefit and all paid for (monetarily or in product) links will be marked as no-follow, to comply with Google’s guidelines to paid for links. This is non-negotiable.