Marketing Disclosure

Posted by disneyvisitorblog on Thursday, 28 May 2015 in Marketing Disclosure | 0 comments

This blog is marketing. It’s pretty darn good marketing, too, if we do say so ourselves.
This blog is about a lot of things, most of them related to theme parks in the southeasternmost part of the country — but not all of those things are obvious,


Posted by disneyvisitorblog on Thursday, 28 May 2015 in Advertising | 0 comments

  • Media Rates:Sometimes, us elite bloggers get offered discounts on travel destinations and attractions and whatnot, because, you know, the blogosphere. Fortunately, we’re not under any sort of implied or explied (that’s the opposite of implied, right?) obligation to say anything nice about some hotel or attraction just because they profited slightly less off of our being there than some nice non-blogging couple…so we don’t. If we say something nice, it’s because it was deserved, not because it was paid for.

  • Advertising: We advertise on this website, in order to pay for the website. We may someday run affiliate programs through this website in order to pay for this website. We also advertise for our partner website(s) on this website, in order to help them pay for their website. Because this website uses ads furnished at least in part by Google, not hand-picked by us, we have little (OK, very little — OK, absolutely no) control over what ads you see in at least part of our advertising.

  • Affiliate Programs: Should you click on a link to a purchasable product on our website, and then buy it, we get a few cents because you got to that product from us. In other words, we are an affiliate of whoever sells that thing, and those links you clicked are affiliate links. The fact that we get a cut doesn’t affect your price at all.

  • Conflicts of Interest: Well, we are partners with, so pretty much what’s in their interest is in ours, and advancing the agenda of any competitor’s site would be against their interests — and thus ours. So we’re pretty sure since we don’t do any of that, we’re clear. That’s how it works, right?

  • We Are Not Disney: We aren’t Disney, we’re not associated with Disney, Disney doesn’t even know we exist (probably — OK, hopefully — OK, no seriously, they don’t.)
    And that’s that. Now you know everything you need to know about the marketing that you’re reading. Any questions? Direct them to [email protected]

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