Links to Amazon are affiliate, which means I may get a small fee if you buy, but it won’t affect the price you pay.
Other links on the Middlesized Garden are not affiliate.
I only write about products that I use myself and believe you will love.
Sometimes I buy them, after researching them first. Sometimes they are gifts from friends or family. Or they may be sent free by companies for me to review. I’ll always tell you which is which.
However, I can’t guarantee a review because I don’t review any product that is disappointing. If I review a product which I think is good for some people but not for others, I’ll say why I think that.
But if a product is generally not right for ‘Middle-sized’ garden-lovers, I won’t review it.
‘Sponsored’ or ‘collaborative’ posts are paid-for posts.
There are a few older sponsored posts on the blog. I always wrote a short paragraph about the sponsorship early on in the post, so it was clear the company had paid me. I never wrote a sponsored post unless I believed that the company product and advice was excellent.
The Middlesized Garden doesn’t accept sponsored posts, guest posts, infographics or link exchanges.
The Middlesized Garden also doesn’t accept ‘anchor text’ links. These are when a company pays to have their brand linked to a general term, such as ‘garden furniture’ or ‘garden tools’. When you click on the highlighted term, the link goes through to the paying company. This is against Google guidelines and Advertising Standard Authority rules.
I may work with companies in other ways, but I’ll always be clear with you if I am writing about a company that has paid me in any way. You’ll find the information at or near the beginning of the post or video.
The Middlesized Garden complies with all Advertising Standards Authority and Google guidelines on disclosure.
If you work for a media agency and you email me with a suggestion that contravenes ASA rules or Google guidelines, I will delete it without replying.