Many of you already know how generous my boss Karen Doherty is with sending out samples for review. If you don’t then I will tell you. We love when bloggers review our products – good, bad or indifferent. The comments that you provide help us to know what you want, and if any improvements are needed. (Such as creating a blank Webbie.)
Though Rhodia and Clairefontaine are a huge entity in Europe, they are not yet as widely known in the United States- but we are working very hard to change that. Your word of mouth advertising is helping us to grow by leaps and bounds. While we might not have the advertising budget of some of the other notebook companies, what we do have are solid product lines that our customers are quite passionate about and wonderful people such as yourselves that are willing to tell others how much you enjoy using your Webbie, Habana or J. Herbin ink.
That being said, if you are a blogger, we’d like to know if you would like to receive Exaclair products to review on your blog. We are not promising that everyone will be able to receive something on this go-round, but we will take a look at your blog and review your request. Note – you do not have to have a blog that is specific to stationery or reviews in general – we love diversity.
Exaclair distributes several lines of products: Clairefontaine, Rhodia, Quo Vadis, Exacompta, Brause, J. Herbin, G. Lalo and Decopatch. Note that Exaclair is the American distributor of these products and does not have access to products that they do not import. If you want to see what all they carry, you can review their catalogs here.
If you are interested, please leave a comment below with your blog address, country, and your top 3 choices of what you would like to review from any of the Exaclair brands. Please try and refrain from saying, “Anything” as we really would like to know which specific products you are most interested in.
02/05/11 – Quick update. This post has been closed for comments. We will be reviewing the blogs that were submitted, (Thank you everyone) and making contact as appropriate.