I work really hard to ensure this blog has honest reviews, transparent processes and approachable authorship. This is expensive and time-consuming but these values are of utmost importance to me.
I am currently working on tasteful monetization of this site, and I will disclose my efforts here as well as any privacy concerns.
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I am participating in the Amazon Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for me to earn fees by linking to Amazon and affiliated sites.
I am implementing advertising using the AdRotate Banner Manager plugin. This will be done manually, and not based on third-party software or tracking.
Sometimes I will accept a free meal or hotel room in exchange for blog/social coverage. I will always disclose this to you in my posts. I do not participate in sponsored posts or paid reviews.