Featured Posts, Reviews, and Sponsored Posts  Explained

Reviews, advertorials and sponsored posts are always  clearly marked with my disclosure image. I love to write and if I can make some money along the way then fantastic, you can also check out my work with me page!
Review posts are written by myself when I am approached by companies and I like the product, I will always tell the truth so if I like it then I will tell you and if I don’t the same applies!
Sponsored and advertorial posts are articles that I have been paid to  write and post on my blog.  I will always accept sponsored posts that can be woven into the context of my blog
Disclosure Statement

Content on this website www.northernmum.com and all associated social media is all created and written by me.  Please do not reproduce any of the content within the blog without my expressed permission. Please do not reproduce any of the photos as they are often of my family and strictly for my personal & business use only.

I love working with PR agencies and individual companies sending me products or services to be reviewed.

I have particular aims and values for my blog so will only accept these opportunities if they fit with my objective of discussing products and services that are value for money and/or money saving. All reviews are honest and will clearly demonstrate the positives and negatives of the products & services.

I will always disclose, in a review post of the products or services, that such has been provided free of charge or if I have received payment usually the post will be marked as featured.

There is paid affiliate advertising within my blog. You may notice highlighted words which if clicked on, will take you through to a companies website. In addition there are company banners and advertising which, if you click on, will take you through to the website. I will receive a commission if you go on to set up an account/purchase something.


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