Although my number one reason for starting the Culinary Jumble was to bake and share my recipes, we now receive a small revenue from the blog. Honesty and integrity are important to us, and because of this, we will always be completely transparent in disclosing where and how we make money through The Culinary Jumble.
- SPONSORED POSTS
These are posts that have been paid for by a “sponsor”. They will include a link to a product (an advert, if you like) and this will be disclosed at the beginning and end of the post.
- REVIEW POSTS
These are where we’ve received a product free of charge for the purpose of an honest review. This will be disclosed at the beginning and end of the post.
There are several affiliate links/ads on the blog including AdSense, Elegant Themes and Amazon. These are mainly found on the right hand side of my blog. When clicked, they will take the reader to the products indicated in the image. In some cases, we will receive revenue for a reader clicking through, and for other products, will receive a payment when a purchase is made. If you have any questions about the ads we have on the blog, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
We also have several Amazon links included in my ingredient lists. These have been included to help readers find something similar to what I’ve used (if it something specific to Sweden, for example). Where these links are included, a disclaimer will be found at the bottom of the recipe card.
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- Number of clicks
All of this information is not linked to anything that is personally identifiable.
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