In the dazzling, all-too-big world of blogs and social media, there are endless marketing campaigns and what not. Sometimes I look at a new post by my favourite blogger and wonder if she was being sponsored or if she had to pay for what she was wearing, or what she was eating or even where she is going.
But I am quite a transparent gal (as my friend once told me when my bitch face came on during a bs talk we were attending), and truth be told I find that honesty is the best policy.
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- Everything on my blog is my 100% personal and honest opinions, for better or worst.
- Any sponsored content or freebies would be explicitly stated. And if nothing is stated then I paid for it with my own sweat and blood a.k.a money.
- I would state whether money had be paid to me or if it was a free trip in exchange for reviews. Because I believe that it’s best to tell you all.
- I would only accept to review or collaborate if I feel like the particular product is in line with the style of my blogs. For example if someone sent me a bag that I didn’t like, I wouldn’t accept it.