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Calling All Bloggers

ETA February 17, 2011: Thanks to everyone who shared their blogs with us this past week. I’ve had so much fun reading! Check out the winning bloggers: Style Substance Soul and Kimberly Michelle.

To everyone else who entered, stay tuned for future opportunities! And thanks for all your support.


This just in: New wallet tools are here to help you out of any jam. These credit-card sized sheets of stainless steel transform into dice, cufflinks, wrenches and a mini photo frame. We think they’re perfect for busy people on the go, a nice gift for someone at the office, and a must-have for a night out. What do you think?

We’ve got a set of these new wallet tools to give to a great blogger. Let us know if you’d like to be the one to review these fun gifts and share them with your readers!

Leave a comment below, and don’t forget to include a link to your blog! Let us know what kinds of products you’re interested in reviewing, so we can keep you posted with future opportunities.

Written by julia

Julia is the Community Outreach Manager.

51 Comments

  1. sarah ballinger

    I am a single female that lives alone with my cats. I blog about my quilting, cats and daily life. Would love to blog about gifts, jewelry or kitchen items.

    Of the above choices, the picture frame fits my life the best. Too bad there wasn’t a screwdriver option, altho those wrenches look like a good idea, given there is enough space around the nut that you need to tighten.

  2. Elizabeth

    Oh, man, I’m totally putting one of the dice cards in my next order. Such a good idea!

    (I’d love to review it, but I don’t really have much of a blog right now… I can tweet about it, if you’d like! :D)

  3. kimberly michelle

    As an insane fan of all uncommon goods, I’d love to review these new wallet tools! I know my husband would flip for the cufflink tool, as a man who rolls up his sleeves everyday and is always buying cufflinks/ties on his way to meetings!
    I’d love to review any unique new products, especially those things that are “ideal” gifts!

  4. Beth Gilchrist

    I’m new to blogging, http://lwadventure.blogspot.com/ , but these would make a great travel gift for clients or anyone out and about. Gadgets are a welcome surprise to travellers and a big hit with guides and locals. But they do have to work, I wonder about the cufflinks, they look clunky and I’m having difficulty envisioning the dice. Bring it on!

  5. Jane @ The Borrowed Abode

    Hi, I’m a home decor blogger with a focus on rental-friendly decor and ethically produced and/or handmade goods. I’d be interested in working with your company to review and/or do a giveaway of home decor or accessories.

  6. Maria

    I was just researching product reviews and looking for a new subject to try on my blog and got this email. Perfect timing? I am also an artist and loveee Uncommon Goods products and commitment supporting actual artists!
    I would love to review the cufflinks or any of the line for that matter. They all look very cool (one of those things that make you think WHY DIDNT I THINK OF THAT!)

  7. Claudia

    I blog about life with my family (husband, two young children). I have unusual hobbies and a quirky sense of humor; I would love to review any of your items. Your products are great; I have purchased them on several occasions as gifts.

  8. Lois

    I blog about ways to “look good, feel good, do good,” and was recently selected to go to Australia with Oprah as one of her Ultimate Viewers! I am a huge fan of Uncommon Goods, and have bought and written about many of your great products! I would love to review anything of yours!

  9. Peter Cognoscenti

    Alo’

    I work on a number of blogs (personal ones exist at http://prcog.wordpress.com http://prcog.posterous.com , my twitter account at http://twitter.com/prcog and a professional (PR & Communications one at http://prbreakfastclub.com) and will be launching another consumer-product based blog in the coming fortnight.

    Would love to have this as an initial review item on the launch of the new blog. I’m a Manhattanite (and long-time shopper at UG), love my Fr. Cuff shirts and enjoy the occasional tipple, so there’s definitely an opp to try these out.

    Cheers,
    P

  10. Renee L. Ten Eyck

    Leave a comment below, and don’t forget to include a link to your blog! Let us know what kinds of products you’re interested in reviewing, so we can keep you posted with future opportunities

    I have another blog at http://trenee2001mi.livejournal.com, and have, over the years, written about many things, often prompted by issues, a good book, an experience, and the experiences of others that I can relate to. I enjoy thought-provoking, educated conversation (about anything, even a rock) and am thrilled to pass on information about a great find to my friends (gotta share a good thing!). I am always on the lookout at UncommonGoods for unique gifts that serve a greater purpose than being just another gift.

  11. Lauren

    As I sit here at a bar waiting for a friend to arrive, I’m writing this comment. It’s a wonderful time to catch up on emails and such.
    My blog, http://nomfest.blogspot.com is all about food, drinks, and shenanigans. I can imagine the wallet dice would be very usefull in the shenanigans part. I’ve been in many a situation that dice have been needed but no one had any so we’ve had to do late night runs to Publix or Walmart.
    Wallet dice would definitely make for a good story.

  12. lihi

    I have to admit – when I first got the email blast with the image I thought “are these wallet hooks? and if not, what are they?!” but then opening this page and understanding this line of products – it’s just brilliant!
    I’d love to feature the cufflinks, the mini photo frame and the dice on my blog, inaccessory – http://www.inaccessory.com, which is all about unique and cool accessories for men and women.

    Thanks for sharing this opportunity!

  13. Rose

    I’d love to blog about this one! The cufflinks or the wrenches would be great for my husband and I’d love to try the mini photo frame – great for showing off my latest photo of my boys.
    My blog is located at http://www.rovingrose.com
    I’m a stay-at-home mom and military wife writing about family, children (& our dog), food (we deal with food allergies), moving/travel, and military life issues.
    I’d love to review dining & entertaining things, kids products or travel themed items.
    Thanks for the opportunity!

  14. Michelle

    I’d be happy to blog about anything, but even more so, if it were photography related. Perhaps even wedding and/or wedding photography related. BUT I am open to blog about ANYTHING and associate it with one of my images, AND then blog it! That would be quite fun! I especially like any recycled/repurposed products, crafts, and jewelry…. but I really could, and would, review just about anything! I could include photos of the item(s) PLUS, somehow, relate it to one or more of my images, just for a bit of flair! :O)

  15. T. Thema Martin

    What makes Uncommon Goods so unique is your items are perfect for the person who already has everything. I also love the fact that they are so practical. The Wallet Cufflinks is perfect for my Savionaire readers since the item is for a dapper man, and my audience is Refined Generation Xers On The Go. I review items that simplify life for my on the go readers.

    T. Thema Martin
    Founder and Editor
    Savionaire – Refined GenXers On The Go

  16. Jenna

    I have recently started a fashion blog and stumbled upon your site while looking at some fashion magazine. I find many of the products (especially the jewelry and home items) to look amazing and quite often tweet them or facebook them. I have yet to order something but hope to do so in the future. I would love the chance to blog about your products. I have turned many people on to your website already and feel I could do do so much more if given the chance to try a product.

  17. Gloria

    Feel free to send me any products to review that are parent-friendly, kid-friendly, eco-friendly or eco-frugal friendly. I will post it at Gloria’s Place (http://canelaajena.wordpress.com/). I’ve been a fan of Uncommon Goods for years and would love to review your products. Your recycled items: the sweater potholders, bike tube wallets, recycled glass globes, etc., are my favorite.

    By the way I am also the green blogger- Organic Taste-at Girly Girl Giveaways (http://girlygirlgiveaways.blogspot.com/). I can post green products here instead or as well. We are currently looking for Sponsors for our Mother’s Day event and we are also trying a free ad spot for review program. Thanks, Gloria

  18. Barbara

    I don’t blog currently (no time with a FT job), but at each major holiday I do ‘gift suggestions’ for all my FB friends. I’m well up over 200+ and have suggested items from Uncommon Goods many times! And, like others — I have written reviews for items purchased.
    Keep up the great finds — I love you guys!

  19. Barbara

    Woops! Left one thing out… I’m in my mid-40’s with friends of all generations — all with expendable income!

  20. elizabeth

    I would love to review these products. I love creative ways to reuse and repurpose, which is why I LOVE uncommon goods! I love all things craft and home decor which is what I blog about. I would love to review your products.

  21. Marie

    I think these are brilliant! This is why I subscribe and love browsing what’s new on a regular basis.

    My blog is dedicated to gifts, so do please keep me in mind for any new products you have in the wings.

  22. Elena

    This is such a cute gift. Your store always showcases the most unique green gifts. This product & your store are a great fit for my site TheEcoDiva.com & Greenwala.com where I am the Beauty/Family editor.

    I hope to work together in the future.

    Cheers,
    Elena

  23. Shelby Skrhak

    Even dogs love Uncommon Goods! My site, http://www.fatheaddog.com, covers shopping, grocery and drugstore deals, freebies and giveaways–oddly enough, no dog coverage though, sorry. My large-headed dog is just my inspiration. I’m a working mom, journalist and blogger who loves writing about products with a cheeky style. Groupon and Woot writers are my rock stars. What I love about Uncommon Goods is its unique products, which are aplenty with unique ways to describe them. I’d adore a chance to review Uncommon Goods products.

  24. Jennifer

    I just started my blog at the new year. I blog about daily things. I also am reviewing different things that I come across. I am a photographer and love photographing different items as well. I post recipes and food pictures too. Your site is my absolute favorite that I go to for gifts, I recommend it to anyone, I would love to review anything! I love the whole wrench and picture frame idea that you have going on now, I can’t see that I would get any use of the cufflinks as I don’t wear them, but that is still a fun idea!

  25. Cat

    All I talk about is consumer goods!! I would love to review these wallet tools. They look cool and I would love to see how they work!

  26. Lindsey

    I’d love to review products from your site. I love Uncommon Goods and you guys always have the best gifts. I am interested in reviewing any/all products that may be of interest to my readers who are primarily 20-30 something women from the USA. Thanks for considering me!

  27. Jenni

    I just love that you guys are now turning to bloggers. Alas, we are a rather good marketing and advertising outlet.
    I am a 25 year old female who has been blogging for a few years now over at absent minded (www.JenRem.com). I love your company and have bought many things over the years.

  28. Erin

    Right now I’m writing a blog highlighting things I’m making and selling, DIY projects, home remodeling happenings, and I already feature hot lists and reviews of things I find and want.

    I know quite a few gamblers who would love to have dice on hand without having to carry real dice in their pockets. I know plenty of photographers who’d love to use the photo frames and I’m thinking that wrench would be good for fellow DIYers in a pinch. Great for gifts, the perfect price.

  29. Andrea

    I’m a young, female artist, with a propensity toward problem solving and a consequential penchant for reverse engineering. I never leave home without a Swiss Army knife…a pink one, at that….which I keep in my purse….

    These wallet tools are seemingly genius; functional art at its best. While I might lean more toward the wrenches (for both repairs and stenciling), the dice would be great for any gambler-on-the-go looking to make a few new friends (and dollars) in an impromptu game during long trips or in back alleys–or for kids during long car rides, to save parents from the “are we there yets” (or for parents, in the “take a shot” version, after the car ride, of course). The photo frame could easily make any picture, ticket stub or flower an instant, portable keepsake. And the cufflinks could be a hipster’s dream solution to formal wear, while preventing businessmen from that “am I forgetting something?” feeling on the red-eye or in the cab between meetings.

    The non-conformist in me won’t allow myself to have a blog, but my “screw it” attitude prevails during downtime and tolerates Facebook when necessary. If it’s writing samples you’re looking for, I can send you email conversations I’ve had with my best friend/”pen” pal, who’s been begging me to start a blog for years because of these “letters.” She’s worth her weight in gold, and hers is the only opinion I trust (and, therefore, so should you). I have a multitude of opinions and can’t help but be honest. If you need a review, on anything, I’d love to give you one (and I’ll post it wherever you want, since I’m enthralled with what you guys offer).

    Thanks,
    Andrea

  30. Frances

    the wallet tools look fun. I’m a mom-of-four and would probably find another use than intended, as most things found in my purse. in the future, I would like to review household stuff or anything portable.

  31. Fifi

    I’m all about obscure methods, products and ideas. People often suck into the comfort of conformity – but everyone wants to be special. My message to readers tends to center toward food: the best wineries to hit during domestic travel, cooking new foods, trying hidden restaurants. I would love to blog about new kitchen products to use when trying out a new recipe – or some entertaining gear when hosting a cocktail party.

  32. Gina

    Oh my word. What a great idea!! I love the wrench and the dice. Brilliant! Would love to review…working on getting my blog going. Haven’t had a review for a while!

    fanforallseasons{dot}blogspot{dot}com

  33. Jodi

    My blog is all about finding cool items on my “web window shopping” excursions and sharing them with my readers! I love gadgets and unusual gifts! I have a soft spot for jewelry too. These wallet tools are so fun! They’d make great gifts! I especially love the dice one. Too cool! I’d love to work with you on a review. I really think you have a great shop and I know my readers would love to hear about your products! :)

    Thanks!!
    –Jodi

  34. Grace

    I’ll review then for you on our women’s community website… Because, really, it’s the moms and the wives that buy stuff like this for the men in our life!

  35. Willew

    My blog focuses on natural, less-is-more kind of living. I just started a series of posts called Steller Sellers to give some love to the retailers that I love. Would love to have the opportunity to review for you and share with my readers.

  36. valeri blossom

    i saw the link to this opportunity on facebook but for some reason my comment from last night isn’t showing up. eek!

    i’m an artist and blog about my adventure into living the creative life while raising three boys. as such, i review just about anything and everything i think needs a little recognition and i love all things quirky and interesting. i have previously reviewed baby gear, diaper bags, stationary, beauty products, business cards and art supplies, so my readers never know what to expect ;)

    i love uncommon goods and would be happy to review and blog about anything you’d think would be a good fit and these wallet tools are a great start! i can see myself making good use of the wrench often.

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