Site Disclosure or individual per post disclosure

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Site Disclosure or individual per post disclosure

closed account closed account
With the recent changes in the edenbloggers program, do you plan on using per post disclosures on your sponsored posts or are you going to do site-wide instead so that you can do sponsored posts more often?

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and if you are opting for per post even though you'll get less giftcards...why?
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
per post
sitewide
AHubbyof2SexualMinds
1  (12%)
haven't decided
closed account , sexytileena / absolutely love sex , deltalima , darthkitt3n , SneakersAndPearls , Bignuf
6  (75%)
i use the llama method
Jenn (aka kissmykitty)
1  (12%)
Total votes: 8
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Jenn (aka kissmykitty) Jenn (aka kissmykitty)
I've always been partial to llamas, myself.
10/14/2012
Jenn (aka kissmykitty) Jenn (aka kissmykitty)
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Originally posted by Jenn (aka kissmykitty)
I've always been partial to llamas, myself.
In all seriousness: discussions are always welcome here, and you can also email me anytime (jenn@edenfantasys.com ).
10/14/2012
closed account closed account
Quote:
Originally posted by Jenn (aka kissmykitty)
In all seriousness: discussions are always welcome here, and you can also email me anytime (jenn@edenfantasys.com ).
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10/14/2012
AHubbyof2SexualMinds AHubbyof2SexualMinds
I changed to a site-wide disclosure for several reasons. One is so that I can keep doing sponsored posts once every four weeks, but also because I think I needed one. I had always been careful and disclosed when something was given to me for review etc., but this removes all doubt and makes sure I'm in clear legally and ethically.
10/15/2012
SneakersAndPearls SneakersAndPearls
Could we do both? Like have a disclaimer that some posts are sponsored/toys were given for review/etc. for sitewide, and then also have a disclaimer on the individual posts that are being sponsored? That's the way I think I'd want to go.

I know there is a reason for the difference, but out of curiosity, what is it?
10/15/2012
Jenn (aka kissmykitty) Jenn (aka kissmykitty)
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Originally posted by SneakersAndPearls
Could we do both? Like have a disclaimer that some posts are sponsored/toys were given for review/etc. for sitewide, and then also have a disclaimer on the individual posts that are being sponsored? That's the way I think I'd want to ...
You can certainly do both.

Many bloggers use both a site-wide disclosure (a separate page that lists their disclosure policy in detail, which also often includes a contact email) as well as individual/per-post disclosures so that all bases are covered.

Other bloggers may use a site-wide disclosure and then put sponsored posts/product reviews in clearly marked categories and/or add tags/labels to those posts (like "Sponsored" or "Commercial Break" for paid or sponsored posts; and "Product Reviews" for product reviews).

For us, offering bloggers who simply use a site-wide disclosure the option to continue blogging about us as often as once a month is an effort on our part to clean up the look of some posts that are written about us. We're all for clear disclosure, but some posts are "overly" advertised/commerciali zed as such, to the point where it's a turn-off for readers. I think most of us are capable of distinguishing a sponsored post or product review from a "regular" blog update without needing four glaring disclaimers telling us so (especially if the blogger uses a specific category and/or tag for those posts - in my personal opinion this is a great and "classy" way of going about distinguishing as well as organizing such posts).

However, we're still working with bloggers who use individual/per-post disclosures. For the time being we just ask that those bloggers blog about us no more often than once every other month.
10/15/2012
closed account closed account
Quote:
Originally posted by Jenn (aka kissmykitty)
You can certainly do both.

Many bloggers use both a site-wide disclosure (a separate page that lists their disclosure policy in detail, which also often includes a contact email) as well as individual/per-post disclosures so that all bases ...
thank you for all your help and harwork! do you get to go home yet?
10/15/2012
Jenn (aka kissmykitty) Jenn (aka kissmykitty)
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Originally posted by closed account
thank you for all your help and harwork! do you get to go home yet?
Nope. But they do bring me food occasionally.

(Kidding - I work from home, actually. Though in a way, that means I *am* at work all of the time, lol.)
10/15/2012
BlackxxxRose BlackxxxRose
Necro-ing an older thread: I use both a site wide disclosure and per post. This way my followers know that all of my posts are potentially ads for something and then exactly what posts are sponsored and by whom. Figure it's better to cover my tracks that way.
02/04/2013
Total posts: 10
Unique posters: 5