To comply with the December 2009 FTC ruling over bloggers getting paid to write stuff, I offer the following disclosure policy to cross my “T”s and dot my “i”s

If you’re reading my blog, you should assume the following:

For the sake of argument, assume I get paid for every recommendation, link, and product I use. I make money from almost every post I put on this blog.

That being said, it’s IMPORTANT to also note that I never recommend garbage or stuff that I’ve never actually tested or use myself. I believe that the products and people that I endorse will enhance your business and make you more money like they have done for me.

I never accept money or gifts to guide or alter my opinions EVER! I’m honest about each and every product and cannot be bought to say something nice about your product or service.

At times, I receive freebies for blogging about particular products. But that’s about it.

Bottom line is this, I’m an internet marketer, consultant, and blogger. When I talk about a product, I often have a affiliate link attached to that product. When someone buys that product, I get a percentage. Pretty simple.According to the new law from the FTC, I needed to disclose this to you.

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