Transparency for blog readers
For further clarity I have the space in my blog posts to explain the compensation I have received in more detail. I do so in a disclosure statement at the bottom of my advertorial feature blog posts. When I share my blog posts on my social media I will use the #ad hashtag in my posts.
Transparency on social media
Where I am working with a brand on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google+ or Pinterest I will use the #ad hashtag prominently in my posts to show there is a paid or unpaid relationship with a brand.
Transparency on video
On Youtube I will use Youtube’s ‘Includes paid promotion’ notice at the beginning of all my videos where there is paid or unpaid relationship with a brand. I also provide a more detailed disclosure statement in the video description to explain the compensation I have received. When I share my videos on my social media I will use the #ad hashtag in my posts.
I am the member of other affiliate programmes, and posts using these links will also be marked at the top with *This post contains affiliate links*. The text links will also be marked with a * sign. Image links and banners are not marked but are clearly advertising as you would see on any other website.
If you click on an affiliate link I may earn some advertising fees and make a purchase. You will not be charged extra for this.