“COMMON SENSE” Blog Disclaimer
The content of this blog is the personal view and opinion of the respective blogger, and should not be construed as counsel or health advice. I am only here to share my research and personal experiences.
You are viewing this blog at your own risk. If you use any advice, tips, techniques, or recommendations, and are injured, Wholey Fit will not be held responsible. You are strongly encouraged to discuss any information, advice and opinions with your healthcare provider BEFORE taking any action.
This blog is for informational and entertainment purposes only and is not guaranteed to be factual or entirely accurate.
I am not responsible, nor will be held liable, for anything anyone says on this blog or in the blog comment section, nor the laws that they may break in your country or theirs through their comments’ content, implication, and intent. If you comment on a blog, please be polite, respectful and honest. Any offensive or potentially damaging blog comments will be removed at my sole discretion.
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Guest Bloggers’ Posts
Sometimes, I will invite a guest blogger to post on Wholey Fit. In these occurrences, the expressed opinions, representations, positions and statements made within such guest blog post are those of the author alone and not of Wholey Fit, Wholey Fit Inc or Heather Lind. The copyright of this content belongs to the author and remains with the author, including any issues of infringement. Wholey Fit accepts no liability for inaccuracies, errors, omissions, or misrepresentations of the author’s guest post article, nor any breaches of intellectual property rights.
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Blogging is a fun job and paid advertising helps support my desire to continue bringing my deeply valued readers interesting and informative posts.
Wholey Fit utilizes Google Adsense for both monetization and to bring my readers into contact with relevant products, information, and services. I believe it’s a win-win situation.
On occasion, I do what’s called a “sponsored post”, which relates to topics I currently already write about. What this means is that I would write a post utilizing a small portion of that post to discuss, review, or link to said advertiser’s product or service that I feel is a potential health interest to my readers.
By becoming an affiliate for certain companies, my readers are able to click through my highly-selective product affiliate links or banners, which in turn, allows me to earn a small commission, should they decide to make a purchase.
My promise to you, my readers, is that I will only form these relationships with companies or products that I truly believe in, have a superior health product or service, or make a particular product (that I love) easily available to you, online.
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