Disclosure Policy

This policy is effective as of December 31, 2010 and pertains to all of the content posted on this weblog, Fuchsia-Revolver.org. Policy template was provided by DisclosurePolicy.org and modified to suit Fuchsia-Revolver.org. Last updated on January 26, 2015. For the site’s privacy policy, click here.

Overview: Fuchsia-Revolver.org is a personal blog written and edited by me, Anna Parks. For questions or comments about F-R.org, please contact me by either leaving a comment on the most recent post of my weblog or emailing webmaster(@)fuchsia-revolver.org.

As a current marketing professional and student of marketing, I firmly believe in the common principles of word-of-mouth marketing. Honesty of relationship, opinion, and identity is important in ensuring effective marketing campaigns for a businesses; continued trust in word-of-mouth marketing among the general population; and readers’ overall faith in the content that I post on my blog.

At times I am compensated to provide my opinion on products, services, websites and other topics. Even though I receive compensation for creating blog posts or displaying advertisements, I always give my honest opinions, findings, beliefs or experiences on those topics or products. While this blog does contain content which might present a conflict of interest, the views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider or party in question.

Regarding compensation: I accept various forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, paid insertions or other forms of compensation from websites such as SocialSpark.com, PayPerPost.com, ReviewMe.com, Blogsvertise.com, and other blog marketing services. The compensation received may or may not influence the advertising content, topics, or posts made in this blog. Advertising services, provided by third parties such as Google AdSense and others, have been used on my blog in the past. I have recently put them back on my blog and they will be used for as long as I see fit.

Regarding disclosure: Per the current changes made to the guidelines regarding advertisements and blog sponsorship by the FCC in the United States, any sponsored content, advertising space or post will be identified as paid or sponsored content. Sponsored posts will be acknowledged with text statements and/or images that are clearly posted at the top and/or bottom of the individual blog post. Sometimes the advertiser provides text or images that I must include in the post to identify the post as sponsored, but when that is not the case I might use a text statement and/or an image of my own.