When I’m writing how-to articles, or creating courses and tutorials, I am explaining the way THAT WORKED FOR ME. I needed to put that in big letters because we’re all different. Not knowing you or your situation, I can’t make promises about what will work for you. But I can promise that whenever I share something on this site it’s a process, company and/or product that I actually use myself, on my own projects.
If you find something that’s no longer accurate (because let’s face it, the world is changing faster than we mortals can keep track of – especially for anything to do with technology), PLEASE share your knowledge in the comments section. It will help all those who come after you, not to mention earn you big-time karma points from both me and the world at large.
To comply with the recent FTC ruling over bloggers getting paid to write stuff, I offer the following disclosure policy.
If you’re reading my blog, you should assume the following:
- I share only information, products and resources I have used myself and which I think you might find helpful or useful.
- Assume that I am not paid by the companies to use the products, I did not receive the product for free and I am not being paid to comment a certain way about any product, company or service. If I get something free, or something is a paid ad it will be very, very clearly stated that is the case.
- Sometimes, products or companies I like have affiliate programs, which means that if you click through the link I have on my site I will receive a small amount of credit with that company, or money, if you purchase after clicking on my link. This helps throw a bit of cash my way for the time I spend putting together these articles, and is a great way for you to keep getting free content that does not have a zillion annoying ads in it.
- Assume that all the links are affiliate links (even though realistically, they’re probably not). For example – the ads in this page’s sidebar – they are affiliate links. It’s okay if you click them (wink, wink).
Any questions? Or, you know…if you want to give me a bunch of money to blog about stuff then we should talk.
Keep in mind, you can pay me to review something (I will TELL my readers the thing was free or I got cash). But you can’t pay me to say something nice about your product or service. That’ll have to be earned the hard way. By which I mean having a good product or service. (whew, that could have been awkward!)