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Sponsored Posts Are Coming

I’ve decided to give Pay Per Post a try. I know many people don’t like the idea of sponsored posting, but I’m hoping to offset the costs of running The Frugal Law Student and perhaps make a little extra to go towards my law school debt.

I’m planning on being completely transparent with these posts. Legal Andrew made a list of promises he would keep in regards to using Pay Per Post. I thought they were so thoughtful, that I’ll do the same.

  1. I will only write posts on products that go along with the theme here. So, you won’t see posts about the latest movie coming out or reviews of gambling sites.
  2. I will not write reviews that only require positive reviews. If I write a positive review about something, you can be assured I actually think the product or service is good.
  3. Every sponsored post will be clearly labeled. That way if you don’t want to read sponsored posts, you’ll know which one of mine to skip.
  4. I will stop doing sponsored posts if my readers don’t like them.
  5. I will limit the amount of sponsored posts I do in a week. Some bloggers go crazy with Pay Per Post. I don’t plan to. My first goal of this blog is to provide information and knowledge to my readers, not make money. You can expect maybe one or two posts a week.

Again, I’m hopping this will offset more of the costs of The Frugal Law Student. I appreciate your support and continued readership. If there’s anything I can do for you, please shoot me an email or fill out my contact form.

[tags]Pay Per Post, blogging[/tags]