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Sponsored posts, paid posts, compensation disclosure
Posted on 10.06.09 by carebearkids @

This policy is valid from 07 January 2007 UPDATED 10/6/2009

Care Bear Kids is my personal blog that is solely written as wekk as edited by myself. This blog has in the past, present and will in the future accepted sponsored links and posts – though sponsorship, paid inserted links, and even ads through google. I have accepted monetary compensation as well a products that were free to test by the advertiser. If I have used the product or have purchased from a particular site I will state my opinions about them. If I have not I try to do a review of the site or an overview of what the advertiser is all about. In many cases it is a post that I have created that includes the keyword and link. The compensation may or may not influence the advertising content – on most occasions I would say not but I feel compelled to state this. I try to adhere to the code of ethics provided by WOMMA. I do not usually single out the posts that are paid or sponsored content which is why I have this sitewide disclosure. Even though I recieve compensation I always give my honest opinions, beliefs and just plain personal experiences on the topic or subject. These opinion and views on this blog are my own opinions and views and should be read as that. Therefore, if any claim, quote, statistic or any other sort of representation that is made about the service or product in question should most definately be verified with the actually provider, site, manufacter or advertiser that is in question. These are my PERSONAL opinions and you as the reader should take these with a grain of salt. I have, on this blog, in the past, present and will in the futured been compensated for posts from company’s like SEOWhat, Blogitive, Blogsvertise, etc….

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