On this website (The State Journal), we use Google AdSense to display advertisements on our pages in order to help cover the costs associated with running our site. Google AdSense is an advertising program provided by Google that allows website owners to earn revenue by displaying targeted ads on their sites.
Please note that we do not endorse or have any control over the content of the advertisements that appear on our pages. The appearance of any advertisement on our website does not constitute an endorsement by us of the product or service being advertised. We do not make any representations or warranties regarding the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of any information or content contained within the advertisements displayed on our website.
We strive to ensure that the advertisements displayed on our website are relevant and appropriate for our audience. However, we cannot be held responsible for the content of any advertisements that may appear. It is the responsibility of the advertiser to ensure that the content of their advertisements complies with all applicable laws and regulations.
We encourage our users to exercise caution and use their own judgment when clicking on any advertisements displayed on our website. We recommend that you carefully review the terms and privacy policies of any third-party websites that you may be directed to by clicking on an advertisement. We cannot be held liable for any actions or consequences resulting from your use of any products or services advertised on our website.
By using our website, you agree to our use of Google AdSense and acknowledge that we are not responsible for any actions or consequences resulting from your use of any products or services advertised on our website. We reserve the right to modify or discontinue the use of Google AdSense on our website at any time without prior notice. We also reserve the right to modify this AdSense disclaimer at any time, and your continued use of our website following any such modifications constitutes your acceptance of the updated terms.
We’ve always believed in transparency on the web and so we are disclosing that I’ve included certain products and links to those products on this site that I will earn an affiliate commission for any purchases you make. Our goal with the blog is to help educate you on the possibilities that exist for a blogger in practically any field, but please understand we are doing this as a for-profit business and, frankly, so should you with your site unless you have some charitable endeavor in mind.
The site has grown so big at this point that it is nearly impossible to go back through and list each and every program with that we have an affiliate agreement. Given this, you should assume that any links leading you to products or services are affiliate links that we will receive compensation from just to be safe. Having said that, there are millions of products and services on the web that relate to blogging and making money online. We only promote those products or services that we have investigated and truly feel deliver value to you. Examples would include the banners for BlueHost, Leadpages, and Create an App. We are also an affiliate and advertiser for companies such as Leadpages, Convertkit, and Samcart.
thestatejournal.com is also 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.
Please note that we have not been given any free products, services, or anything else by these companies in exchange for mentioning them on the site. The only consideration is in the form of affiliate commissions or compensation as an advisor for a few companies.
If you have any questions regarding the above, please do not hesitate to contact us by using the contact page. It can be accessed on the menu above.
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