Sponsorship and Advertisement
I accept sponsors and work with brands that fit into the style and content of star-crossed smile (for a quick summary of the topics I write about, please take a look at my about page). If you are interested in sponsorship or advertising on star-crossed smile, please email me at email@example.com for more detailed information and rates. You can also take a look at some of my features and guest posts below!
star-crossed smile is a personal blog written by Nnenna Odeluga. This blog abides by FTC guideline regarding disclosure of compensation. Any posts or content for which I received compensation will be clearly identified as paid or sponsored content. Also, affiliate links (which provide a commission based on clicks or sales) may be used without being labeled as such, though every attempt to maintain transparency will be made.
In terms of sponsored content and affiliate links, I only recommend products and services that I personally like and believe that my readers may like as well. Regardless of any compensation received, I share my honest opinions and beliefs about the product or service I am discussing. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are entirely my own.
I would like star-crossed smile to remain a positive space on the internet. I will not publish any comments that are clearly spam or include insults, slander, bullying, racist remarks, etc. I reserve the right to delete any comments that do not adhere to my standards of behavior on this blog.
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