Tag Archives: Federal Trade Commission

Can You Make Money Blogging? November 4, 2019

While a very small number of bloggers and vloggers hit it big shortly after starting out, those are the exceptions, not the norms. One blogger I read took several years after they upgraded to the Premium Plan ($8/month) before they … Continue reading

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The troubles with Sunday Riley — #MILLENNIALLIFECRISIS

Let this serve as an important reminder that we cannot always trust the reviews we read for products online. Take everything, and anything, said with a grain of salt and make the decision that’s best for you with respect to … Continue reading

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Dante Labs 90 Day Guarantee Update/Downgrade August 19, 2019

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Medicare Does Not Give Out DNA Kits DNA Saturday’s July 20, 2019

Chose the following as this week’s DNA Saturdays post – I saw this on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) website: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/2019/07/medicare-does-not-give-out-dna-kits. Other DNA Saturdays posts: https://upsdownsfamilyhistory.wordpress.com/tag/dna-saturdays/  

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Disclosing Your Employment Or Other Relationship When You Are Responding on Social Media / Blogging / Vlogging

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Getting A Full DNA Test For My Guide Dog (Breed, Health, Personality!) – YouTube Video

Disclaimer the YouTube video link in this post was sponsored by Superpower Dogs. I also noted it next to the YouTube link. Years ago I had the thought about pet  and animal DNA. Out of curiosity, I checked Amazon and … Continue reading

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If You Encourage Using Kindle Unlimited to Read Your Books, Are You Also Disclosing You Get Paid When People Do?

While I have talked about the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and its guidelines on affiliate links and other ways you are at risk as a blogger, I haven’t addressed one of the worst ways an author can get busted by … Continue reading

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PMA Facebook Disclosure Survey for Bloggers

Thank you to Tricia Meyer on Twitter – https://twitter.com/sunshinetricia (scroll down to her March 12th tweet or click the survey link –>) for sharing this survey: https://t.co/x9MIvMmj9P.

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Disclosure Page Limitations

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Federal Trade Commission and Blogging – Learn the Law Or Risk Fines

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