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They say I must tell you when I’m earning money from things you click on.
Do you really care? Okay, maybe some of you think I will link to things (a.k.a., sell them) just to make a buck. But most of you know that I will only link to things (or companies) that I trust. Most of what I link to will be things I’ve either tried myself or heard other people rave about.
Affiliate links help me make a little extra money to pay for the expenses of my blogs.
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As I mentioned, you may see links on this blog from Educents (things for your grandbabies!) and Amazon and other companies. Those are affiliate links.
If you click on them and then buy from the site it takes you to, I get a commission. It’s not a lot– I’m not getting rich from it– but every little bit helps pay the bills.
Most of the links are to companies hand-picked by me, companies that I think would be of interest to you (because they are of interest to me).
Some of the links are to books and other items on Amazon (because I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for me to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites) — again, hand-picked by me because I think they will interest you.
A few links may be “ads” that I hope will be appropriate, but please forgive me if I’ve not been specific enough to get the right ads. I’m still working on it!
There may also be times when I tell you about a product (also known as a “sponsored post”). Chances are good that I received the product for free in exchange for a review and a little promotion.
I know many other bloggers will not write a review unless it’s a good review, but I’m a bit different. If a company (or person) sends me something to review, I will review it– honestly. If I don’t feel it’s up to par, I will tell you in my review.
I realize that others may not share my opinion of the product, so I’ll try to be fair and find something good about it. But, I’ll share the stuff I don’t care for as well. I always try to be fair as well as honest.
And, I may accept cash advertising, paid insertions, or other forms of compensation. Regardless of whether I receive a free product or payment, my opinions will always be my own, written in all honesty.
Any product claim, statistic, quote, or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider, or party in question. In other words, you don’t have to take my word for it– find out for yourself!
With that in mind, I hope you’ll find my reviews and links helpful. As with all my sites, it is my goal to glorify God on this blog. If I can share a product that helps me achieve that goal, all the better!
And, finally, this blog doesn’t contain any content which might present a conflict of interest. If I’m biased about something, I’ll let you know. 😉
I hope you’ll let me know through comments or direct messages whether or not the posts help you!
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(This page was last updated/modified September 1st, 2017.)