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About the Blog
Some Kinda Good began in 2011 as a fun way to share favorite recipes with family and friends. Five years later, the blog has morphed into a Southern, coastal food blog with a focus on locally owned restaurants and down-home recipes, oftentimes with a Lowcountry twist. The blog offers readers an entertaining look at food enthusiast Rebekah Faulk Lingenfelser’s adventures as she shares family traditions, stories about going after her culinary dreams, classic recipes and a diverse variety of positive restaurant reviews.
Some Kinda Good is a featured blog on Zomato, a restaurant application used by millions every day to decide where to eat in over 10,000 cities across 23 countries. Formerly, Zomato was Urbanspoon, where Some Kinda Good was consistently ranked number two on the leaderboard of Top Georgia Food Blogs.
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Currently viewed by a growing number of home cooks, professional chefs, aspiring foodies and people who love to eat, Some Kinda Good readers are on a mission to find home cooked recipes and the best restaurants in the South, from mom and pop diners to those James Beard award-winning restaurants everyone is talking about. A typical reader is female between the ages of 30-39. Of readers surveyed, 48% say they sometimes visit the recommended restaurants and 62% actually make the featured recipes at home. Highly engaged and most commonly residing in the Southern states, the blog’s audience includes a niche concentration in Southeast Georgia.
65% of readers are women
58% of readers are 30-39
18% of readers are 21-29
11% of readers are 40+
36% of readers have a household income of $100k – $149K
25% of readers have a household income of $75k – $99k
58% of readers are college educated
36% of readers have a graduate degree
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Digital advertising is available on the sidebar of SomeKindaGood.com on a first come, first served basis. Invoiced via PayPal, spots must be funded prior to placement. Ads may link to a restaurant review featured on Some Kinda Good, your company’s website or social media page of choice. At least two days prior to publication, submit your creative to SKGFoodBlog@gmail.com.
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Rate: $65 per month or $175 per quarter (3 months)
Acceptable file types: .jpg, .png
About the Blogger
Meet Rebekah Faulk Lingenfelser, the personality behind the blog Some Kinda Good. Rebekah grew up in quaint Georgia towns where good food and close-knit community has always been a central part of everyday life. She comes from a long line of great cooks and has a passion for small town America, the Southern seacoast and the quintessential dishes that combine the two. A self-described food enthusiast, Rebekah writes with a pronounced sense of place and appreciates authenticity—whether that means down-home cooking in its most humble form or fine dining in the fanciest of places. Her restaurant reviews purposefully expose passionate people doing excellent things—she never writes a review to bring negative attention to an establishment. In 2014, Rebekah was one of the nation’s top 35 contestants to compete on Season 2 of ABC Television’s cooking competition reality show, “The Taste.” Coincidentally in the same month, she was contacted by producers of The Dr. Oz Show to represent Georgia in “Dr. Oz’s Nationwide Healthy Recipe Challenge.” Rebekah writes as the Statesboro Herald food columnist and guest blogs for several food and travel organizations. She’s also hosted and co-produced “Statesboro Cooks,” a 30-minute local cable program. With more than 10 years of professional experience in marketing and public relations, Rebekah earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia Southern University and is now pursuing a culinary arts degree from the award-winning Culinary Institute of Savannah. She resides in Savannah, Georgia with her husband, Kurt, and beloved 11-pound Shih Tzu, Ewok.
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Other Services Offered
If you’re a restaurant, catering company, PR Firm or other business interested in any of the services listed below, reach out to Rebekah by emailing SKGFoodBlog@gmail.com or by visiting her website at RebekahFaulk.wix.com/RebekahFaulk. You may also find this post about her small business of interest.
- Cooking Classes
- Sponsored Posts featuring recipes or restaurant reviews
- Sponsored Giveaways
- Product Reviews
- Live Cooking Demos
- Festivals & Events
- Freelance Writing
- Public Speaking
- Restaurant Marketing & Public Relations Consulting
- Website Copy
- Social Media Consulting
- Public Relations Analysis