Work with Go Eat Do

Work with Go Eat Do

This page outlines how to work with Go Eat Do, a UK travel blog based in North East England and covering destinations around the world.

I welcome cooperation with destinations, brands, hotels and other forms of organisations. In line with recommended best practices regarding blogging, disclosures make the nature of relationships transparent.

Want a copy of the Go Eat Do media pack? Please contact Go Eat Do to request a copy or send an email to stuart @ Alternatively, you can call me on 07947 587 136 (+44 7947 587 136) if you are based outside of the United Kingdom).

PRs, companies and brands

If you are a PR or work for a tourism board please get in touch. Likewise, if you represent a commercial entity such as a hotel, restaurant or tourist attraction that you think should be featured on Go Eat Do, please say hello. I love hearing about press trips, new openings and potential story angles.

Similarly, if you represent a travel company, transport organisation, clothing brand or other product suited to being featured on Go Eat Do, please make contact.

Go Eat Do also covers food and drink. So if you represent a restaurant, chef or kitchenware brand and are looking for a UK food blog to work with, please get in touch.

I’m open to fresh ideas and willing to feature quality products and places that impress me.

You may wish to have travel or food-related clothing, equipment or books reviewed here on Go Eat Do. If so, please send them to the following postal address:

Go Eat Do

6 Raby Drive

East Herrington


Tyne and Wear


United Kingdom

Sponsor content on Go Eat Do

Want to sponsor a post on Go Eat Do bout your destination or product? I will do so with full disclosure. I only recommend products that make a positive impression on me. Please get in touch if you are interested.

Please don’t forget that Go Eat Do is about the experiences that I have and wholeheartedly recommend. Press releases are often good for providing me with an overview of whatever you are promoting but I don’t create copy from them. The reviews you read on this site are ones I myself have experienced and believe that other people would appreciate.

Advertising opportunities on Go Eat Do

Interesting in placing an advert on Go Eat Do? Please get in touch to discuss opportunities for placing adverts within blog posts on this website. I’d be happy to discuss advertising rates and the type, size and duration of adverts.

Commission a guest post or feature

Like what you’ve seen here on Go Eat Do? Are you interested in commissioning me to write a guest post for your company, blog or website? I have experience writing for national newspapers, magazines and commercial clients. Please drop me a line to discuss your requirements, the scope of the project, the timescale and the rate of payment. Hopefully can work together.

Should you wish to see PDFs of Stuart Forster’s published work, please send an email or message.

Here are links to examples of my published work:

Scenic Byway 12 in Utah

Kanab, Utah’s ‘Little Hollywood’

Travel guide to Quebec City

Guest posts on Go Eat Do

Go Eat Do’s primary focus is the personal travel and food experiences of Stuart Forster.

Interviews and media comments

I have experience of radio and television interviews, providing comments regarding travel issues and the tourism industry for local and national stations.

Providing I’m available, I’m willing to be interviewed by bloggers about travel writing, photography and blogging. I’ve done so for several websites, including Likibu.

Cooperation with travel and food bloggers

If you are a travel and food blogger and looking for a professional blogger to cooperate with on campaigns then please get in touch.

Like what you see on Go Eat Do? I’m open to ideas regarding potential cooperation and participation in travel and food blogging cooperatives.

Work with Go Eat Do, a UK travel blog, can mean visiting travel destinations such as the Maldives to create original travel content
Work with Go Eat Do. I took this beach photograph in the Maldives, widely regarded among the world’s top travel destinations, while there to speak at the World Travel Writers’ Conference in 2017.
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