Affiliate Policy

I consider myself a fun, life blogger and All My Favorite Things as 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 though, I sometimes accept compensation in the form of advertising, sponsored posts, and affiliate links. This is not my driving force behind my, blog…. providing content that I care about, about things that happen that I like to share and other things that people like you might be interested in reading! It also spurs me on a bit 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.

Advertising

The ads on All My Favorite Things are provided by Google Adsense, AdThrive and GourmetAds.  Through the process of serving ads, cookies are used to collect information.  If you’d like to opt-out of cookies entirely, you can do so in your internet settings and uninclude my site.

Sponsored Posts

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 All My Favorite Things.  I absolutely do not accept product in exchange for a review.  Opinions are always my own.

Affiliate Programs

All My Favorite Things 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 amfthings.com and allmyfavoritethings.net.  For example, I have an affiliate account with Amazon.  If you click on a link in any 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!