I consider myself a full-time blogger and Culinary Hill my company. I try to provide excellent content that I think you, my reader, will find valuable and interesting. To help make ends meet in the real world, I sometimes accept compensation in the form of advertising, sponsored posts, and affiliate links. I truly don’t think this is a detriment to my blog; I think it spurs me on to bring my A-Game and continue to deliver the best possible recipes and information. But, I want to tell you a little bit more about how it works so you understand what’s going on and where I’m coming from. Here is an overview of advertising, sponsored posts, and affiliate links.
Occasionally I have the opportunity to work with a brand. I like the idea of creating a recipe based on a specific product, and I will always be honest about my feelings and experiences. Sometimes these opportunities will also result in a giveaway for my readers. I will always disclose when I am being compensated by a brand, and the brand will always be a fit with Culinary Hill. I absolutely do not accept product in exchange for a review. Opinions are always my own.
Culinary Hill is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.
An affiliate program is a relationship with a company that allows me to receive a commission on sales I refer from Culinary Hill. For example, I have an affiliate account with Amazon. If you click on a link in my Shop or in one of my posts and make a purchase, I may receive a small commission on that sale. Note: Your price remains the same; it is not higher.
I am always delighted when a referral to Amazon results in a commission, but your participation is entirely voluntary. If you don’t want to participate in the affiliate program, once you know the name of the product, you can open a new browser window for Amazon and just search for it directly. No problem!