Thanks for clicking! This is where I lay it all on the table!

Firstly: PR is welcome on this blog!

I would love to hear your PR pitches, but only if you are not going to bore me with press releases full of statistics. I don’t have time to be bored! I appreciate a personal touch when you email me, blanket press releases without my name in a covering email usually get deleted without reading. Sorry, but that’s the way it is.

I am passionate about the daily juggle, my family, losing weight, having me time, family outings, fashion, running, zumba and my friends. I like to have fun and I also like to find ways to make my life easier- that could mean learning a new cleaning tip, trying a new gadget or finding ways to save money. If you have a product or service that would help me and want a review, let me know. PS) My children are a 10YO girl and 5YO boy, so please- no baby products!

To the lovely readers of this blog: I do accept and keep free products that are sent to me for review but I write honestly and getting a ‘freebie’ doesn’t mean I will love everything I’m sent. I’m open about whether I like it or not to help you make a decision and if I don’t like something I will say why, so you can judge for yourself.  If I’ve been sent a free product, I will say so, by either writing that it is a review or thanking the person or company that sent it.

Sponsored Posts, Featured Posts, Guest Posts… yadda yadda
These are all the same thing – they mean I’ve been paid by a company to use their link within my post. I always put a disclosure on the post, but lately some SEO people have been squiffy about me using the word ‘sponsored’, they preferred ‘featured’ or ‘guest post’. I credit my readers with the intelligence to know that if it says ‘featured’, it means ‘sponsored’. This way the reader knows the link was paid for and the SEO person is happy. I have to make it crystal clear however, that even when my post has been written to include a ‘paid for’ link, I embed this link into a true story from my everyday life. The blog post is still carefully crafted by me and only me, with original content each time and the things I say in the post are things I would say had the post not been sponsored.

Note to advertisers and PRs:
I reserve the right to use the ‘nofollow’ attribute within my blog post for sponsored content and reviews when I insert links to your website.  If you want a ‘dofollow’ link, this will need to be specified at the outset with your proposal so I can make a decision. Fair enough, yes?

I have lovely readers who comment and lovely readers who don’t. Some of my ‘school gate’ mums often say they enjoyed this post or that but don’t actually leave a comment, so my audience is an engaged one- even if that is not immediately visible.

So with all that said, if you want to speak to me, a no nonsense blogger who is switched on when it comes to marketing, blogging and basically being a good egg, ping me a message!

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Finally, here is a bit of boring legal but necessary disclosure:

“Nadine Hill is a participant in the Amazon Europe S.à r.l. Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to”

Also, people increasingly like to see a Privacy Policy. Well, I don’t collect any information from you. I have no forms to fill in or products to sell from this blog, so I have no access to your credit card details. All I know about you is what you choose to comment next to my posts! Cookies may exist on my site from Google Analytics for example, to see what pages you go to and how long you spend on this site, but I certainly don’t devour this information to organise highly targeted marketing plans! I’m more interested in blog post creation and seeing how many page views I get each month. That’s all. However you can learn more about cookies and how to delete them at this website.

I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Warm regards,