Stereostokey.com is an online blog/magazine about places and events in and around Stoke Newington run by Tom Schulze with lots of help from a number of volunteers.
We accept full responsibility for all articles published on this site even though not everything on here reflects our views. All external links are the responsibility of their respective publishers.
The copyright for any articles, photos, videos or other material published on here remains with the original author or creator. If you want to use any part of this site for any purpose at all then please ask and we’ll put you in touch with the author. Don’t just nick stuff please, it totally ruins our day.
If you want to advertise on Stereo Stokey you can. We are currently running at over 3000 unique visits a month supported by a healthy Twitter following and content syndication on other relevant websites. We rank third on searches for “Stoke Newington” on Google, and even higher for some more specific searches.
We only accept advertising that is relevant to our audience. We are set up for banner advertising on a weekly, monthly or annual basis, and we will consider doing advertorials if they add value for our readers.
Please get in touch via our contact form to get a quote.
If you’d like to submit an article or other material for publication you can do so through our online form. By doing so you grant us the non-exclusive right to publish the material in full or in part on stereostokey.com and to make editorial changes if required (don’t worry, we’ll check with you first if it’s anything major).
We accept submissions from anyone but we reserve the right to publish only what we like.
Do you want us to write about something? Let us know through the contact form and we’ll look into it for you. Whether you want to invite us to your restaurant, shop, gig or party to do a review or you want us to look into what’s happening with the latest chain store madness in Stoke Newington, we’ll be happy to get someone on it.
We’d like you to register and log in when you leave comments or use the forums. You see, we do like to know who you are, and we really really hate spam. We promise we’ll never give your personal information to anyone and we’ll never send you unnecessary mail. Fair enough?
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