Dreaming about taking a family vacation soon? What if you could have all expenses paid for your next family vacation to somewhere super fabulous? Actually, pitching to brands for sponsorship is the trendy cost-effective solution for families to score their next family VACA for free or insane deep discounts.
There are tons of sponsors just waiting to fund family vacations to many resorts and popular destinations…All families need to do is just have fun while documenting their family adventure and family tour experiences.
If you truly want to have a great family vacation that won’t break the bank, creating a proposal to attract sponsors is the best way to go today!
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Here is how-to get started:
1. Create A Family Vacation Website
This is where your family will setup a unique website dedicated to just family vacation adventures.
2. Create Social Media Pages
Just as businesses and brands create social media pages and profiles. Create separate social media pages from your personal profile to highlight family vacations.
3. Pitch Brands To Sponsor Family Vacation
Contact brands to sponsor family vacations. Create a proposal highlighting why brands should sponsor your family vacation, explain your expertise about the destination or location.
4. Make Sure To Follow FTC Rules
The FTC is only concerned about endorsements that are made on behalf of a sponsoring advertiser. For example, an endorsement would be covered by the FTC Act if an advertiser – or someone working for an advertiser – pays you or gives you something of value to mention a product. If you receive free products or other perks with the expectation that you’ll promote or discuss the advertiser’s products in your blog, you’re covered. Bloggers who are part of network marketing programs where they sign up to receive free product samples in exchange for writing about them also are covered.
Make sure to reveal any paid endorsements or free service, including sponsored stays at hotels or resorts. That also includes free admission into events, attractions, experiences, etc.