Disclaimer / Disclosures

I am very excited to be blogging. As you might have guessed being married to Technology Man, he wouldn’t let me blog without find a way to profit from it somehow. He’s wired like that. That said, you will from time to time see ads on this site, see recommended products and affiliate links.

I only recommend products or services I think you might be interested in. I only recommend products or services I have either used personally and have had a good experience with, or those of personal interest to me – meaning I know and trust the person selling it, or I plan to purchase it myself.

If I have used the product or service and it doesn’t work, or if it’s poor quality, I will not recommend it. I don’t do bad reviews–there are plenty of site that do that and we don’t need more sites like that. :p

Recommending a product or service doesn’t mean I guarantee you will like it. We all have different preferences and opinions and I can’t possibly know every reader’s thoughts. The only mind I can usually read is Technology Man’s but I digress.

If you click on a link for a product I recommend, and buy that product from the product seller’s website, I will probably receive what’s called an “affiliate commission” from the seller.

What’s an affiliate commission?

It’s a commission I get for referring a customer. It doesn’t change the price of the item you buy. It’s simply a sales commission the seller pays me for the referral. These commissions help me to enjoy a nice cruise and yearly vacation–NOT! Just seeing if you are actually reading this. No in truth it probably gets spent on an educational book or lunch money for the kids. So my kids thank you!

Finally, I will never refer you to something just for the commission. Promise. If you do want to buy a link, click here, or want me to review a product click here.

Google Ad Sense?

Technology Man has added Ad Sense to my blog. This means you will see ads that partain to your browsering activity. What you see in ads is totally different that what I or anybody else sees. Third party vendors, including Google, use cookies to serve ads based on a user’s prior visits to your website. Google’s use of the DoubleClick cookie enables it and its partners to serve ads to you based on your visit to other sites on the Internet. You can opt out of the use of the DoubleClick cookie for interest-based advertising by visiting Ads Settings in your Google account.

Just wanted to make sure you were aware of this, to keep in compliance with FTC rules on referrals. Now back to our regular scheduled program–don’t change that dial!

Karen

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