Sometimes when I am writing a sponsored post on my blog, I feel like the normal “This is a sponsored post by ____” is a little boring and makes it feel so much like a commercial to me. Lately I have been trying to “spice things up a bit” while still staying in the guidelines of disclosing the information.
Here are a few examples of some ways to write a disclaimer:
I was so excited when I was approached by _______ to write a post and receive a free product!
I am really happy to work with our sponsor, ____, today to share this information with you!
This sponsored post is really coming at a great time because I was just thinking about how I could share with you about how to _____.
Thanks to my sponsor, _____, for supplying the free product to help me write this post today!
I cannot wait to share this sponsored post with you! When ______ asked me to share about their new _____, I was so excited because I knew that you would love it!
Do you see how these things can make the post a little less commercial and a little more personal? You do need to make sure that you keep the font regular, not italic or smaller than your normal writing.
I hope that these tips helped you. Writing a sponsored post is an important way to monetize your blog. Remember to only share information that you believe in. You want your readers to trust your opinion and know that you are only sharing things that you truly believe in.
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