I wish to be fully transparent with my readers so want you to know that I will discuss a variety of products/services on this blog, and when possible, I will use affiliate links (and I suggest you do the same on your blog!). If you follow an affiliate link and go on to purchase that product or service, I will be paid a small commission, however your cost will be the same (and quite possibly less if I’m highlighting a promotion).
So naturally there is the question of am I pushing this product/service just to make money, or am I recommending it because I feel it is in the best interest of my readers? My goal is to help people through my experience, so I won’t recommend a product unless I’ve
- Used it personally (which will be the case the vast majority of the time).
- Thoroughly researched it and gotten first hand user feedback from other successful bloggers/entrepreneurs I trust and that have used the product/service.
Understand I give a lot of valuable information away for free because I want to help people and learn from them in the process, but this is also a job for me (on top of my full-time job managing 100 Days of Real Food), and affiliate links are one of the ways I get paid for my work. If you find the information on Pro Blog School to be useful, I would appreciate your support by using the affiliate links on the site rather than going directly to the source. Thanks in advance!
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