FTC Disclosure

It’s not my goal to make money from this blog. Honestly, very few people have  approached me to actually  monetize this site. But in order to adhere to FTC guidelines that state bloggers must disclose whenever there could be hidden interests or unspoken biases related to recommendations, I’m putting up this disclosure statement.

I am currently not an investor or advisor to any companies. But in the future event that I do fill one of these roles, I will always disclose my relationship with the company. If I ever write about a company I am associated with, it’s not by their request. It’s because I find their product/service valuable enough to discuss. However, I will never deceive you into thinking I have no relationship with the company, if in fact they are a client of mine.

Disclosing all of the tiny things the FTC demands is a pain in the ass and its not what I want to focus on when I’m blogging here. So, to cover all my bases and preserve your reading experience, assume that, for every recommendation, link, and product I use, the following all hold true:

 

 

(I took a lot of this from Tim Ferris. Illustrations courtesy of Louis Gray and Jeannine Schafer)