Brand or business name:
Please tell us about the product or company you would like the blogger’s help with?
We all know and love Omega 3. You know, that amazing supplement with countless skin, brain and heart benefits. Not many people question however, where exactly their Omega 3 in Fish oil comes from. Fish do not produce Omega 3 themselves. Omega 3 is naturally produced by Algae, this Algae is eaten by krill, these krill are then eaten by fish. Our product ‘cuts out the middleman’, so to speak. We go straight to the original source of Omega 3; the Algae itself.
Fish based Omega 3 products can often contain traces of harmful toxins such as mercury. There are also large concerns about overfishing and sustainability. Should a health product really be causing so much damage? We don’t think so. Hopefully you don’t either.
Our Algae Omega 3 capsules contain 200mg DHA (not like the plant-based Omega 3 that only contains inferior ALA). It’s vegan and vegetarian-friendly. It’s highly sustainable. No crushed up fish bones. There are no harmful toxins and perhaps more importantly, no fishy burp. We want you, bloggers, to help us spread the world. To help us take a bit of strain off the world’s oceans whilst making everyone a bit healthier. What do you say?
What is the blogging assignment?
We are looking to create knowledge around the product so that people really understand the benefits of Algae Omega 3.
We require that the blogger links to our website. An Instagram photo tagged with #nothingfishy would also be a nice touch.
What type of blogs are you looking for?
Although our product is obviously appealing to both vegan and vegetarian sectors (as a sustainable, vegan-friendly source of Omega 3 DHA), it’s also a great product for those wishing to lead a healthy lifestyle in general. Omega 3 from fish oil can often contain high traces of mercury and other toxins found in the world’s oceans. Therefore, Omega 3 from Algae is a healthier alternative for anyone; from pregnant women to bodybuilders.
Preferred geographic location of the blogger:
How might you compensate the blogger?
Getting to keep the product
How else might you compensate the blogger?
We may feature the blogger on our website through our blog or press page. If the blogger has an instagram profile, their pictures may be featured on the site with backlinks. Our eternal gratitude is also up for grabs here.
When would you like bloggers to complete and publish your blogging assignment by?
1-2 weeks after receiving the product/item to review or email agreement to proceeded.
Assignment close date:
13 May 2015
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