September 4, 2017

Accolades For And Collaboration With The Single Dad’s Guide To Life

With all the humility I can muster, I want to say recognition in the top one hundred father blogs at number thirteen, and the top single dad blogs at number five honored me greatly.  In the eight short months since starting my blog, it has been gratifying to get to meet so many amazing people and have them appreciate what it is that I do.  I have enjoyed writing since being a small child, and always love it more when I have people who can appreciate it and connect with it in some way.  Thanks for so much for your support and I hope to continually live up to your expectations.


In addition, I want to thank two companies for working with The Single Dad’s Guide to Life and giving me a chance to live out my dream.  It was very gratifying to be invited to the Knott’s Berry Farm Media Event for Ghost Town Alive at the park.  My daughter loves that event as we have been the past couple of years, and she makes sure we go a few times every summer.  Being able to be connected to a local amusement park like Knott’s, and feeling like it connected well with my brand and blog well made it equally gratifying.


In addition, I was happy to work with Tommy John this past month.  Any opportunity to work for a reputable company that sells men’s products that I proudly wear I gladly jump at the chance to do.  They have been nothing but first class in their communication and contact.   The opportunity to produce something that both Tommy John and the Guide find an important topic made the effort worth while.

I definitely look forward to collaborating with more companies in the future, working with brands that feature products I can get behind 100 percent.  With a growing social media presence and an active participation on my blog, I believe I can effectively support any campaign that matches the Guides vision and values.  For anyone interested in working with me here at the Guide, and would like a media kit please contact me here:

I look forward to hearing from you.

David Elliott, Single Dad’s Guide to Life