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The FTC (Federal Trade Commission) has released updated guidelines to their policy in effort to hold publishers accountable for testimonials and products they endorse to protect consumers from misleading information. Because this blog is a source of income and may occasionally include endorsements I wanted to share this important information with my readers.
This site is to first and foremost share my love of knitting, crocheting, and crafting with my readers – and I want others to share in the joy of gratification that these crafts have to offer too! With that said I want to disclose the following:
- I receive income from way of advertising networks, affiliate links, and sponsored posts to compensate for time and work put into this blog [this helps me to continue to share free patterns with you!].
- Please know that I would only ever promote products that I actually love and feel that my readers would find useful. My readers’ trust is my TOP priority!
Be kind. Be respectful. Be positive. These are the motto’s of the Just Be Crafty Blog. The purpose of my site is to create fun and safe place on the web to share knitting and crochet patterns, bounce off creative ideas within this community and to most importantly have fun! With that said, I reserve the right to remove/deny any comment that does not fall in line within these guidelines.