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Subscription Box Society Partners with She Is Media to Provide Unbiased Subscription Box Reviews

She Is Media is proud to announce our exclusive partnership with Subscription Box Society to provide unbiased subscription box reviews, news and coupons for She Is Media’s subscription box advertisers. According to Erin Faircloth, one of the founders of Subscription Box Society, “She Is Media has been an amazing resource for us to find the campaigns that we need to be successful with our affiliate marketing business. Regular communication with my affiliate manager has made working with She Is Media and their advertisers a pleasure.”

Faircloth added that keeping up with the subscription box industry is extremely difficult because it is constantly changing and new boxes are appearing everyday. She feels that allowing She Is Media to work directly with the advertisers on behalf of Subscription Box Society takes the negotiating stress out of her business so that she and the SBS team can focus on producing content that resonates with their audience.

She Is Media General Manager Beth Lazar is thrilled with the partnership. Lazar said “The team at Subscription Box Society is top notch and creates some of the best content around from the blogger set. We are proud to have this relationship with SBS and are confident that their ability to create high quality subscription box reviews will prove to beneficial to all our subscription box advertisers.

 

She Is Media exists as conduit to connect advertisers with high quality bloggers and content sites. If you would like to explore how She Is Media can help your blog or content site connect with the best advertisers for your niche, contact us at distribution@sheismedia.com for a consultation.

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