RealPoshMom.com Disclosure Policy
This policy is valid from November 1, 2010 and may be changed at any time, without notice. This policy is not retroactive and posts made before November 1 do not necessarily adhere to these policies. Small changes and additions may be made to this policy without being noted in any special way in the text. RealPoshMom.com is a lifestyle blog written and edited by Jennifer, aka Real Posh Mom. For questions about this blog, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This blog accepts many forms of compensation, including (but not limited to) paid posts, sponsorships, advertising, products and trips. The compensation Jennifer receives may influence the advertising content, links or post topics of this blog, but will never influence Jennifer’s opinions on any subject or product. If a reader clicks on a link or advertisement on RealPoshMom.com and subsequently makes a purchase on that website or uses a discount code found on RealPoshMom.com, Jennifer may receive some form of compensation (cash or otherwise) from that company or website.
NOTE: Paid vs. Sponsored Posts: a paid post simply means that Jennifer was given some kind of compensation in exchange for writing about a product or service. A sponsored post indicates that the sponsoring company had a much bigger hand in crafting the post, including seeing and approving the finished post before it is published. In either case, all opinions are Jennifer’s own.
The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely Jennifer’s own, unless otherwise stated. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider or party in question. Jennifer does not have control of which products, services or locations appear in advertisements hosted by third parties, and is not influenced in any way by these advertisements. Jennifer is not responsible for anything that happens to anyone as a result of following her advice or reviews, or purchasing a product or service as a result of visiting RealPoshMom.com.
Jennifer often tweets about products or services she has been compensated for, or companies she has an ongoing relationship with. When tweeting about a product or service where Jennifer has any kind of significant financial relationship with the company, she will add “Ad:” at the beginning of the tweet. When in doubt, it’s safest to assume that Jennifer received some kind of compensation or has a relationship with a company or product that she tweets about.