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My blog is growing rapidly and is bustling with people who need products like yours!

Why choose blog advertising? Blog readers are savvy online shoppers, so reach out to them with blog advertising.

With over 8,400 subscribers and 161,000+ page views a month, partnering with All About Cloth Diapers is an excellent way to spread the word about your great products or services.

Using additional media outlets like Twitter (1200+ followers) and Facebook (5800+ fans) means that I can help spread the word about your brand even past the pages of my blog. Featured in several print publications, including Changing Diapers: The Hip Mom’s Guide To Modern Cloth Diapering, All About Cloth Diapers continues to gain exposure each and every week.

Is your brand a perfect fit for my cloth diaper readers? My advertisers are brands that I would sincerely recommend to my readers.

No amount of advertising revenue is worth damaging the relationship that I have spent 3+ years cultivating with my readers.

To serve you best, it is important that we build a relationship together – so that I can truly represent you in the most effective way. Product reviews are encouraged because nothing beats a first-hand experience of your product or service!

EMAIL: autumn at allaboutclothdiapers dot com

Currently, I have 3 advertising packages available:

  • 125 X 125 Ad box. Viewed on every page. WAIT LIST AVAILABLE. $50/month
  • 486 x 60 Ad box. Viewed at the bottom of every post. WAIT LIST AVAILABLE. $120/month
  • Post Sponsorship. You write the article.  500-700 words. There are a limited number of these done in a month. Contact for scheduling. $125

I will gladly accept your product for personal review.  I will not post a negative review without first talking with you about my assessment.

Happy advertisers:

Lisa @ Grasshopper Diapers said:
I’ve been meaning to write to you to thank you for the exposure you have given my business on your blog. Inclusion on your new “my
recommendations” tab has brought many new visitors and customers to my site.

I’ve had hundreds of visits from your site and sold out pretty much all I had sewn!  I’ve been busy sewing more, and I’ve got some stock again.  It has been wonderful exposure for my diapers.

Dawn @ Bright Star Baby said:

Thanks so much for all you do for the cloth diapering world. The little advertising button on your site brings me more traffic than I ever imagined, and as a one-woman business with limited budget, your site has been such a blessing.

Eliana @ Piccoli Sogni said:

My number of facebook fans did increase and my visitor stats for the day you posted the interview were the highest they’ve been. I thought your interview was very nicely organized and enthusiastic — I appreciated the personal comment you attached.  Thank you.

Erin @ Sloomb/Sustainablebabyish said:

I love reading your blog! We love sponsoring your blog and appreciate the information you give to the CD community!


57 Responses to “Advertising & PR Info”

  1. Rema Says:

    You should do a review on gigglelife cloth. I use their bamboo diapers, and they’re my FAVORITE cloth diaper, very absorbent, very durable, and very cost effective, especially when bought in bulk… and SO cute (fuzzy on outside with the bamboo dipes). The microfiber dipes are not as trim, and not fuzzy, but you can get them in a couple prints. Their bamboo dipes are my favorite diaper, day and night! http://gigglelife.com/catalog/

    Reply

  2. Shera Says:

    Hello there! I am ready to ramp up business for my products! So, I am searching out diaper review blogs and you were first on the list :) Lemme know how it works to get a review, or pay for an interview/giveaway spot. Thanks for your time babe.

    Reply

  3. Monicca2654 Says:

    Hello Autumn,
    I had bought a substantial stash of Rumparooz for my now 7 month old son. I have recently come the conclusion that they must be cut for skinny/thinner legged babies. I think my son has a medium/small to large thigh ratio.
    I have leaks with almost every diaper I put on him. I get leaking around the waist. because it seems the rise may not be long enough?
    I did so much research while I was pregnant with him, and thought for sure that the Rumparooz would be a great diaper for him. I know now that every baby is different and so is every diaper.
    I need to switch over and try something that doesn’t leave me disappointed. I would like to buy one diaper from 2-3 different companies to try them out before committing to buying more.
    I read your blog on best diapers for skinny legged babies. Do you have any advice for a good top 3 for chunky legged babies?
    I am used to the fleece lined pocket Rumparooz style, but my interest is peaked about the snap in with cover styles (Softbums, Flips). I of course want what every parent wants out of a diaper- no leaks, comfortable fit. But, I also need a trim diaper because I know Rumparooz is one of the trimmer fit diapers on the market and I have a little bit of a time getting some of his shorts over his legs (chunky) and the diaper.
    Thanks!
    Dez

    +1
    +1

    Reply

    • Makenzi Says:

      Have you seen Booty Buns Cloth diapers? Their diapers fit the smallest I’ve ever seen! Their website says that they fit from 3 pounds to 45 pounds. We just found out about them, but wish we found them when our DD was younger (she’s 9 months).
      When I close it to its smallest setting the leg holes fit a marker & when its on the largest size I can fit it on my upper arm. I’ve never seen a OS diaper with that range! We love them and can’t wait to fill out the rest of our stash with them! Plus we love that they want to give a diaper away for each one they sell.

      Reply

      • Autumn Beck Says:

        I will check them out soon!! I have been contacted by them but am holding off on responding due to a patent infringement issue. I am glad to hear though that they fit so well!

        Reply

        • Shannon Says:

          Hi Makenzi,

          I am so glad to hear that you love our diapers & company so much! Its so nice to hear that our customers are so happy.
          :)

          Hi Autumn,

          I’d just like to clarify with you and your readers that there are no ‘patent infringement issues’.

          My attorney completed a full patent search before mine was submitted; since there were no conflicting patents, my patent now has a legally pending status.

          If there were any infringement issues, this would not have been possible.

          If any further clarification is needed, please feel free to contact my attorney: HSayed@rutan.com

          Thanks,
          Shannon
          bootybuns.clothdiapers@gmail.com

          Reply

  4. Sheba Says:

    Hello Autumn,
    I had bought a substantial stash of Rumparooz for my now 7 month old son. I have recently come the conclusion that they must be cut for skinny/thinner legged babies. I think my son has a medium/small to large thigh ratio.
    I have leaks with almost every diaper I put on him. I get leaking around the waist. because it seems the rise may not be long enough?
    I did so much research while I was pregnant with him, and thought for sure that the Rumparooz would be a great diaper for him. I know now that every baby is different and so is every diaper.
    I need to switch over and try something that doesn’t leave me disappointed. I would like to buy one diaper from 2-3 different companies to try them out before committing to buying more.
    I read your blog on best diapers for skinny legged babies. Do you have any advice for a good top 3 for chunky legged babies?
    I am used to the fleece lined pocket Rumparooz style, but my interest is peaked about the snap in with cover styles (Softbums, Flips). I of course want what every parent wants out of a diaper- no leaks, comfortable fit. But, I also need a trim diaper because I know Rumparooz is one of the trimmer fit diapers on the market and I have a little bit of a time getting some of his shorts over his legs (chunky) and the diaper.
    Thanks!
    Dez

    +1

    Reply

    • Autumn Beck Says:

      Rumparooz are actually a good diaper for chunky thighs, however, they are shorter in the rise. Other good diapers are Fuzzi Bunz, Charlie Banana, Grasshopper and Bum Genius Organic (the last 2 are not stay dry). Check out my recommendations page. If you have questions about specific diapers for chunky thighs let me know. Oh and I would say that Rumparooz are not one of the trimmest :) absorbent and leak-proof, yes.

      Reply

  5. Kristin Says:

    Hi Autumn – Wanted to check that I was still on the waiting list for advertising, and if not to please add me on to the 125×125 list. Thanks!

    Reply

  6. Lauren Says:

    Hi Autumn,
    Just wondering if you’ve ever tried washing your cloth diapers using homemade laundry detergent. The Duggar family has a recipe using bar soap, borax, soda and then they suggest vinegar as a fabric softener. Just wondering if you’ve tried this and if it works as well as Rockin Green. Here’s a link to their recipes: http://www.duggarfamily.com/recipes.html.

    Reply

  7. Lanae Says:

    Do you have any fuzzibunz in your stash? Do you like them?

    Reply

    • Autumn Beck Says:

      None in my stash. Tried them and they are a decent pocket. Middle of the line, nothing fancy. You wouldn’t be wasting your money to try them out.

      Reply

  8. Angela Inman Says:

    Hi Autumn. :)

    My name is Angela and I make OBV/flannel wipes. I sell on etsy.

    I’d love to send you a set to review, if you are interested. :))

    I saw your address above and I’d be happy to send you a set from my etsy shop. A giveaway would be fun too.

    Thanks! :)
    Angela

    Reply

  9. Laura Eberhard Says:

    Greetings!!

    I’m doing research on what cloth diaper to go with for my baby due in March. I’m trying to find good ones that won’t break the bank for me as I am a single mama paying for them on my own. I looked at the Sunbaby website and have check out a lot of reviews, but couldn’t find anything about them on here. I was wondering if you had any experience with them? Any response would be helpful thanks!!!

    Laura

    Reply

    • Autumn Beck Says:

      I have not used Sunbaby. I have used Kawaii Baby which a budget, made-in-china, pocket cloth diaper (like Sunbaby). I reviewed them recently. If you’d like to cloth diaper from birth I’d look into buying some prefolds and prorap covers. The prefolds can then be used as inserts in pocket diapers. Newborns are too small for the one-sized diapers (most of them ;) )

      Reply

  10. Keller Hawthorne Says:

    Almost forgot – I also wanted to know if you would like to review one of my Ultimate Diapers Bags!

    Reply

  11. Keller Hawthorne Says:

    Hey Autumn! Not sure if you remember me, but we met at the Diaper Shops Twitter Party a couple months ago. I’ve been following your blog since I was pregnant – you’ve played a HUGE role in helping me learn to cloth diaper!

    I’m the owner of Theme Decor Stores, a collection of theme focused home decor shops. I’m opening a nursery store this month and I happen to have a cloth diaper I would LOVE for you to review. I’m pretty sure you’ve never used it before and since it’s pretty new to the market, your audience may not have heard of it. You can check out the product page here: http://www.themenursery.com/trend-lab-cloth-diaper.aspx

    I would LOVE to send you one for a review if you’re interested! Please let me know and thanks.

    Reply

  12. Reana Says:

    Have you ever used CJ’s BUTTer? They have fabulous cloth diaper and mama friendly lotions/ointments and such – in the most wonderful scents. I love them – and I know you will too, would love to see a review!

    Reply

    • Autumn Beck Says:

      I’ve not tried it but I did reply to an email they sent me in regards to a review. Haven’t received a sample as yet though.

      Reply

  13. Rebecca Geddings Says:

    Hi Autumn!
    I am a WAHM who makes natural laundry washes (for cloth diapers and everyday laundry) and other cloth diaper/laundry supplies. I would love to send you a bag for a review if you are open to it. Let nme know!
    Look forward to hearing from you!
    Rebecca Geddings

    Reply

  14. Jaclyn Says:

    What about luvyourbaby or nubunz? My sister in law wants me to get them and I haven’t seen anything on this site for them. Have you heard or tried?

    Reply

    • Autumn Beck Says:

      Luvyourbaby=Kawaii and I like them :) I’ve only recently bought 5 of them so I have not written a review yet.

      Reply

  15. Kevin Says:

    Hi Autumn
    It seems your sending me customers for Oil lift so I thought I best write you and send you a bottle. thanks Kevin Daum
    P.S. If you read my free book “How to Kill your Cleaning Staff” a really green guide to cleaning you will discover a link to my petition to ban toxic cleaners. When you sign the petition you get an automatic e-mail with laundry instructions and the solution to “Skanky Laundry Syndrome” it’s all on the site http://www.Oillift.net again thanks if I can help with any technical cleaning questions I’m only a phone call away.

    Reply

  16. Dawn Says:

    Hi Autumn!

    I make all-natural laundry soap. It is fabulous for cloth diapers. It is great for sensitive skin and for removing diaper stink. It is available in lavender, citrus and unscented. I would love for you to review it and possibly do a giveaway. ( I am also a homeschooling mother of four!)

    Thanks,
    Dawn

    Reply

    • Autumn Beck Says:

      Dawn, I’d love to try out your detergent! My blog comment responder apparently hasn’t been reaching the email boxes so you probably never knew I replied to you!! LMK if you are still interested in sending me some.

      Reply

  17. Andria Says:

    Hello! I am a soon to be first time mama and really believe in cloth diapering. I have been researching what system to use and am overwhelmed by the number of systems available and what will work best for me. One I found is the Bambino system by Mio. I have not been able to find anything about this system in the way of reviews. Is this a product that you have tested or will be testing? I would love to know more about it and what people actually think about it. It is a more expensive system, but looks extremely user friendly. Help!

    Thanks!

    Reply

    • Autumn Beck Says:

      I would try other systems that are more affordable. It isn’t a unique system. What are you looking for most in a cloth diapering system? Simplicity, affordability, versatility?

      Reply

  18. Kala Says:

    Autumn,
    I have been reading through your site for the past week or so as I am expecting my first child (a girl) in 5 weeks and we plan to cloth diaper her. I am wondering if you have used Claudia’s choices detergent and if you have if you have done a review on it or if you could? Thanks a bunch for all of your help. Your knowledge has definitely helped to reassure me that we are making the defnite best choice for our baby girl. !

    Reply

  19. Tania Says:

    I just got my trial set from http://www.niceclothdiaper.com.
    I must say the one size minky diapers are really cute and super absorbent.

    Reply

  20. Dez Says:

    Hello Autumn,
    I had bought a substantial stash of Rumparooz for my now 7 month old son. I have recently come the conclusion that they must be cut for skinny/thinner legged babies. I think my son has a medium/small to large thigh ratio.
    I have leaks with almost every diaper I put on him. I get leaking around the waist. because it seems the rise may not be long enough?
    I did so much research while I was pregnant with him, and thought for sure that the Rumparooz would be a great diaper for him. I know now that every baby is different and so is every diaper.
    I need to switch over and try something that doesn’t leave me disappointed. I would like to buy one diaper from 2-3 different companies to try them out before committing to buying more.
    I read your blog on best diapers for skinny legged babies. Do you have any advice for a good top 3 for chunky legged babies?
    I am used to the fleece lined pocket Rumparooz style, but my interest is peaked about the snap in with cover styles (Softbums, Flips). I of course want what every parent wants out of a diaper- no leaks, comfortable fit. But, I also need a trim diaper because I know Rumparooz is one of the trimmer fit diapers on the market and I have a little bit of a time getting some of his shorts over his legs (chunky) and the diaper.
    Thanks!
    Dez

    Reply

    • Autumn Beck Says:

      In my opinion, Rumparooz aren’t that trim. My favorites for chunky or skinny babies (I’ve had both kinds): bum genius elemental (organic) aio, softbums (great thigh adjustability), flip (same concept as the elemental). Specifically for my chunky thighed 3rd child I found side snapping to be the very best. Blueberry was my favorite with her and sadly they no longer make them. However, Grasshopper diapers are an awesome side snapping diaper.

      Reply

  21. Bethany Ojalvo Says:

    Want do you know about Antsy Pants? Here’s the website:
    http://getantsy.com/index.html

    Reply

  22. Boleyn Says:

    HI Autumn. I’d like to get your feedback/comments on trainers. I’ve tried 3 different brands…..no luck yet. Urgh…now little girl wants just her disposable pull-ups. I know I will find a trainer she will like. What has worked for you?

    Thanks.
    bR

    Reply

  23. Lesley Says:

    Autumn have you ever used or reviewed Kushies disposable diaper liners? We are just transitioning from breast poop to solids and the difference is yuck! Until now we have just dropped them in the dry pail and then washed as usual. What do you do for poop?!

    Thanks!

    Reply

  24. Lisa Johnston Says:

    Hey Autumn,

    We have a question for you, regarding a fundraiser that we’re doing for Earth Day/Mother’s Day. Can you please shoot me a quick email, when you have a chance, so that I can touch base with you to see if you may be interested in helping us spread the word?

    Thanks!
    Lisa

    Reply

  25. Briana Says:

    Autumn,
    My husband and I have spent the past several months in a cloth diapering quest! When we found out that I was pregnant in November of 2008 a friend suggested that I look into cloth diapering. I started doing some research and became convinced that cloth diapering was a great solution! My husband and I both being college students, I was pretty shocked when I realized that the price of most cloth diapers ranges from $16-20 and I thought that even though it was an investment, it was an upfront cost that we just couldn’t afford! Since then we have set out to offer other parents the opportunity to buy cloth diapers at a much more affordable price with a diaper we call the “Bumbrella” I would love if you could check it out and post a review as to your thoughts on this new cloth diapering option. Thank you so much!
    ~Briana

    Reply

  26. Cami Court Says:

    i would love for you to review any of my products.. i dont just make cloth diapers, i make fleece covers (os, soakers, longies, etc), mama cloth, wetbags, baby toys, dolly dipes, blankets.. always adding more!

    i started cloth diapering 2 yrs ago when i all i knew about was gerber plastics, prefolds and pins. then i started making prefolds and contours out of tshirts and flannel. now i have graduated up to having my own business (a yr now) and use many more materials than i ever knew about.

    i also subscribe to this newsletter and value your opinion.

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  27. Debbie Says:

    Hi Autumn,
    I love your blog and bought very good diapers based on your reviews. I’ve been reading on Rainshine designs diapers and they are suppose to be trim,cute and Canadian. I’ve been looking into it and you can pick your own outer fabric and inner for your custom AI2. They have quite a variety of fabric choices. See if you’re interested, I am and I’d like to hear what you think!
    Thanks,
    Deb

    Reply

  28. Majaliwa Says:

    Autumn,
    I’m a mommy of one (soon to be two) babies and I recently opened my own cloth diaper business. The primary intent of my site is to make learning about cloth diapers easier with short how-to guides and videos. In addition to carrying other brands, I’m also carrying my own brand – Pooters – that I would like you to review and would love your feedback. I look forward to your response.

    Reply

  29. mamajo Says:

    Hello;

    I was reading your blog and saw a mom that needed special needs diapers. I would gladly custom make her a big diaper and lots of super absorbant inserts. ALso, if she wanted disposables, huggies overnights are new in canada and fantastic (available only at pharmaprix- forgot what it is called in the rest of canada)

    Do you still do diaper reviews?

    I have been making some for my son and love them. My husband put up a website and i would love to get your feedback.

    Thanks so much and have a great day

    johanne (mamajo)

    Reply

    • Autumn Beck Says:

      Johanne, that would be such a blessing if you wanted to contact her. If you need her email send me a link to the comment.

      Reply

  30. Candace Brecevic Says:

    Would you like to review our Always Fit Cloth Diaper. One size fits newborn to toilet traing? Snap down sizing.
    Please forward me your mailing address and I will send you a sample

    Reply

  31. Mich Says:

    Hi Autumn!

    I have been reading your reviews for a long time now and would love it if you would consider reviewing Promise Pockets ( formerly Harleyz Dipeez and WAHMarama!)
    We have been around for over six years now, but have recently done a bit o tweaking and are re-releasing soon.

    Thanks much for you consideration!
    Mich~

    Reply

  32. Bethany Says:

    I just wanted to say I love ur reviews, they are usually right on target with what I am thinking. I was wondering if u have seen the new thirstiea duo diaper and what u think about it. I have alwas been a big fan of their ail v2, which are stuffable. These are pockets but with the new sizing I think they are pretty perfect and the snappable insert is pretty cool! Sorry wasn’t trying to promote just thought u might like them!

    Reply

  33. Karla Says:

    Hi Autumn,

    What to do you think of the Cutiepoop diapers and covers? I just ordered a NB and a couple of covers…

    Thanks!
    first time mama to be
    Karla

    Reply

  34. Heather @ Green Baby Green Mama Says:

    Hi Autumn! I am interested in having All About Cloth Diapers review a product from Green Baby Green Mama! Please contact me via email! Thanks,

    Heather

    Reply

  35. stephanie Says:

    Hi Autumn,

    I am brand new to cloth diapers, and my daughter is 1 yr. old already. I stumbled upon this new “cloth diaper world” after pampers recently changed their material in the diaper as a cost cut.
    I have always been interested in cloth diapering. I try at home to be very earth friendly and it is about time I carry my beliefs into more realms…like diapering :)
    Since I am new, I was really nervous bc I work, and have 2 children, and am so busy and I have a habit of making my life harder than it needs to be…is this another example I asked myself?
    Well, so I found gdiapers. I liked that I still have the option of using a disposable, biodegradable, and it isn’t that much more expensive than disposable diapers. The price difference I figured I could make up for by using their cloth inserts.
    Anyways I didn’t read any of your reviews. I would LOVE some feedback! I didn’t want to go with the bumgenius bc 1. it is a little expensive and 2. I heard they were kind of bulky and my 1 yr. old really moves a lot. She is also really heavy from all the breastfeeding so I wanted something that just fit her good, like jersey or something.

    Ok well thank you for your time!

    Stephanie

    Reply

    • Autumn Beck Says:

      Stephanie, if you haven’t already take a look at my reviews. If there is a particular diaper you want info on run a search for posts I have done.

      When choosing a cloth diaper consider ease of use, size, materials used and price. But don’t look at price first necessarily :) I paid more for bum genius organic aios but they are a one sized diaper that has lasted over a year of heavy use (I started out using them on #3 then transferred them to #4).

      If you like gdiapers you’ll really love Flip. Check out the stores in the top right of my blog for Flip and many other cloth diaper choices.

      Reply

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