#EdenBloggers - Privacy Policy?

Experiment Experiment
I'm curious about starting with the edenbloggin program however while reading through the requirements, I came across something that confused me.

"We do respect and expect disclosure policies; however at this time we are primarily working with blogs that utilize site-wide disclosures rather than per-post (individual) disclosures."

What exactly does that mean?
01/09/2013
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Originally posted by Experiment
I'm curious about starting with the edenbloggin program however while reading through the requirements, I came across something that confused me.

"We do respect and expect disclosure policies; however at this time we are primarily ... More
It means that you can't just post a warning saying "This post has adult content in it", your whole blog has to be labeled as an "adult/mature&quo t; blog.


It is to keep kids from stumbling across anything to overtly sexual. If your whole blog is labeled/ has a warning saying that there is adult content, Mommy and Daddy can't come running to Eden/any linked site owners with lawyers complaining about how the explicit content on so and so's blog permanently scarred little Jimmy.
01/09/2013
Jenn (aka kissmykitty) Jenn (aka kissmykitty)
Hello! A disclosure policy, in relation to a blog, is a simple statement -- or sometimes a couple of paragraphs that make a statement -- that alerts that blog's readers that some posts may be sponsored; i.e. that blogger may receive compensation and/or free products in exchange for them posting about and promoting companies & products.

Some bloggers prefer to disclose within a post, with an opening or ending statement along the lines of "This is a sponsored post" or "I received a free product in exchange for blogging about it". Others may use a site-wide disclosure - a separate page devoted to that blogger's disclosure statement.

At this time, while we do work with both types of blog disclosures, we prefer bloggers who use a site-wide, rather than within-each-post, disclosure statement.


I hope this clears things up.
01/12/2013
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