Daily Archives: April 21, 2014

New Media Kit and Offerings: Advertising and Sponsored Posts Are Now Available!

Nubby Twiglet | Shauna Haider Media Kit

I’m pretty excited to have a brand new media kit available for Nubby Twiglet. It’s only been about…five years?! I’ve been preaching about the benefits of media kits for ages but personally, I always felt like I was in a state of flux, somehow unable to commit what I was all about to (digital) paper.

But then I realized it was just an excuse — I was being commitment-phobic because writing about yourself and what you do is difficult! It’s easy to procrastinate because there’s always something else you can do instead, like penning a new blog post. 😉 This weekend, I finally powered through, putting together an 18 page media kit about myself and this blog. It feels great to finally have it done and ready to go!

Nubby Twiglet | Shauna Haider Media Kit

Nubby Twiglet | Shauna Haider Media Kit

Nubby Twiglet | Shauna Haider Media Kit


The big news is that I’m offering advertising packages again. I’ve had various forms of advertising on Nubby Twiglet since the very beginning but last year, leading up to the launch of Branch I cut it all to put my focus 100% over there. In the meantime, I’d been filing away dozens of requests, many from creative, independent companies I had immense respect for and finally felt it was time to reintroduce sponsorship options. If I can help you get the word out about your offerings, that’s fantastic.

Packages now include banner ads, sponsored posts and giveaways. Preference for ad slots is given to small businesses and creatives.

Let’s Work Together

If you’re interested in partnering up on a campaign, please email me at studio @ nubbytwiglet.com and I’ll forward you my media kit which includes rates and packages.

Thank you for your continued support of this blog and for adding your voice to the conversation both here and on social media. Here’s to another seven years! -Shauna

Project Spotlight: David McNeil Website


Photographer David McNeil was the first-ever wedding industry client I had the opportunity to work with many years ago and we bonded immediately over the fact that he didn’t want a traditional, cookie-cutter website and branding. No pastels or frilly type in sight! Branch just revamped his website with a more modern, inviting format and I’m sharing more about the outcome over there. Click through to view the project!