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Sharing Content

You’re welcome to share photographs from the blog elsewhere (e.g. Pinterest) but if you could please keep to 1-2 photos and no more than a paragraph of text as a snapshot, with a link back here so your readers can find out more if they want to. If you’d like to use something but aren’t sure if it’s OK or not just send me an email, chances are I’ll say it’s absolutely fine!

Advertising

Occasionally this blog features sponsored or collaborative posts. All posts where I’ve received payment in return for features will be marked as either sponsored or collaborative. As always I have full editorial control over what I share here and I don’t share any content which is written by others, unless it’s specifically marked as a guest post – for example from a friend or fellow blogger.

Affiliate Links 

This blog features affiliate links from time to time. Any post which includes affiliate links will have a standard disclaimer at the bottom. I’m a member of Amazon Affiliates and Affiliate Window, meaning that if I direct you to their site/client’s site and you go on to make a purchase I may receive a small commission. This doesn’t affect your privacy and you won’t be charged any extra if you decide to buy anything. Presently I don’t earn any income from this, but it does open the doors for me to maintain this site without compromising on content.

Nicola Says is a participant in the Amazon EU Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.co.uk

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