To comply with the recent FTC ruling over bloggers getting paid to for reviews, sponsored content, affiliate income, etc. , I offer the following disclosure policy.
If you’re reading my blog, you should assume the following:
- I make money from blog posts on this blog (as many as possible).
- There may be paid links on this blog – in that if I use my affiliate link I get paid a percent or flat fee of what is spent.
- When I write about products, unless otherwise specified, I got that product free. I try to get free products that my readers would be interested in. I then review them for my readers.
- I make money from tweets I send out on Twitter when they contain affiliate links or when companies pay me for a tweet.
- If you email me, all of the information in your email is mine. I may quote you on my blog, especially if it’s about how much you loved my post, a success story, question, etc. It may also be used as a negative example.
- Just because I get paid to blog, tweet, etc. does NOT mean you’re buying a positive review. I will be honest about how much I like (or dislike) the product/service/software/app.
Hopefully, the above statement clears up any misunderstanding you may have about my blog posts or Twitter tweets. If you have any questions, you can contact me at email@example.com. Just remember what I said about emails.
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