Advertising / Disclosure

I am open to considering advertising or sponsorship on this blog. Whilst I primary write about my life in St Andrews, I also regularly travel around Scotland, the UK and Europe. I am happy to undertake reviews, look at ideas for sponsored articles or guest postings, as well as adding sidebar links and banner ads to our site.

This blog is updated regularly throughout the week with interesting and engaging content. It receives thousands of pageviews each month, have have a page authority of 32 and a moxRank of 3.28. As I works in online marketing (see here for more details), I ensure that all posts are fully search engine optimised. If you would like more information about my Google Analytics stats, please drop me a line.

I reserve the right to refuse any advertising I feel does not fit with the ethos of the site, but with that said, I’m always willing to hear advertising or sponsorship proposals!

If you’re interested in advertising on A Summer Full Of Peaches, drop me an email on the contact form.


First and foremost, this is a personal blog which is maintained by myself as a way to document my life. I endeavor to be honest and trustworthy in my posts, and always strive to be upfront about my knowledge and experiences when I press the publish button on this blog. However, from time to time I am approached by brands or companies who would like me to write about their products or services.

What does this mean? Well, sometimes, this blog may accept forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, paid insertions or other forms of compensation. I promise that we abide by ” word of mouth marketing standards” – I’ll never allow any compensation to influence the content of my posts, and any posts where I have been compensated will the marked by a ‘sponsored’ button such as this: 

Anytime where I’m posting something which might be considered ‘a conflict of interest’ then I will always identify the potential conflict.

TL;DR – if I am offered any form of compensation for a blog post, I will make sure that readers know.