Disclosure Policy

Updated October 26, 2016

Thank you for visiting my site. I started this blog in 2009 to chronicle my journey as an Etsy seller. Then it morphed into a place to share thoughts, tips, and ideas focusing on marketing, business, technology, and a few other topics. Publishing content here takes time and effort, including hours of research, editing, and website upkeep. All the content on this site is free to you. As such, I feel that some compensation is appropriate, and it helps pay for website hosting and associated costs. I don’t write here to make money – I write because it’s a creative outlet, keeps my skills sharp, and hopefully helps and/or entertains readers.

Google:

I host Google Adsense ads on my blog. If you click on one of these ads, I will be compensated a small amount per click.

Amazon:

I have a few Amazon Associate links on some of my product review posts. If you click through one of these links and purchase, I will be compensated a percentage of the sale.

Emily Binder is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.

Product Reviews

In 2011, I began reviewing standing desk products that I purchased myself. Over time, a few ergonomics companies began to approach me to review their products. Any time a company has given me a product for free, I disclose it at the bottom of the review, as with The Level and Topo, for example.

Most importantly:

My recommendation is not for sale and my integrity is paramount. You can rest assured that when I recommend a product, it’s something I either did buy or would buy myself if I hadn’t received a complimentary one. I promise that I only promote products that I personally use or can recommend without hesitation.

If you have any questions about my disclosure policy, please feel free to contact me. Thanks again.

-Emily

 

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