In order to comply with the FTC affiliate disclosure guidelines, here’s what you can assume about the posts, links, videos, recommendations, reviews – all of the content on BloggingBlackBook.com.
I am a blogger and I get paid to blog either with money, products, services, or special favors.
The content on BloggingBlackBook.com is provided free of charge to site visitors, readers, and viewers.
Creating and providing such high-quality content and providing it freely to my readers on an ongoing basis costs time and money, but I am able to offer this free service to you because of the generous support of my sponsors, affiliate partners, and advertisers.
Whenever possible, any product or service referred to from BloggingBlackBook.com is linked to by way of an affiliate link. Such affiliate links are used in all cases and wherever possible and feasible to do so, regardless of whether the product / service is recommended highly or recommended against, meaning that the use of an affiliate link does not in any way imply endorsement or lack recommendation against any particular product.
In summary, you can make the following assumptions about the ALL of the posts and recommendations on BloggingBlackBook.com.
- I make money from every single thing I publish onBloggingBlackBook.com. It is either a sponsored post (I got paid to write it) or I am recommending a product or service that I get an affiliate commission for.
- Every link on the site is an affiliate link and if you purchase the product on the other end of the link, you can assume I make a commission from that sale.
- Every product review that I write is a sponsored review. I got paid to write it and I got the product for free in exchange for the review. That does not necessarily mean that I endorse the product, just that I got free stuff and/or some money to write the review.
- If I recommend a product or service via any social media outlet, it’s a sponsored post. I got paid to post it.
I hope that clears things up, but if you have any questions feel free to Contact Me.