05 Nov Does your blog need a disclaimer?
If you answered yes to any of the items above, including a disclaimer within each blog posts with sponsored or affiliate content is advisable to maintain the integrity of your blog. We recommend letting readers know that you received an item for free in exchange for review or that you have a personal relationship you may have with a person or company which may influence the nature of your post, ideally within the post itself.
The nature of your disclosure can be as detailed or “official” sounding as you like, but here are some effective examples to give you an idea of the range of possibilities:
If you are interested in reviewing products on your blog, we’d love to hear from you! We have many clients looking for designers and bloggers to review their products.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your blog stats: how many hits per day and your social media stats
- Let us know which types of product(s) you’re interested in reviewing (i.e., yarns, pattern collections, knitting needles, etc.)
- We send you product(s) for review
- You email us when the review is up (within 6 weeks of receiving your sample) and we promote your blog through all of our social media channels!
StephaniePosted at 15:42h, 01 December
Thanks for linking my ‘legal’ page – I think all bloggers should be as upfront as possible, this is a great resource post!