Blogging as a job...

Never in my wildest dreams did I ever imagine that one day writing this blog would become my job. But is has and I feel so very fortunate to have worked with some incredible brands, both well known established brands and smaller start-ups. I've always devoted so much time and effort in to writing Bump to Baby and working with brands means that I am able to carry on putting in as much time and effort all whilst supporting my family at the same time.

 The ways in which I sometimes work with brands include:
  • Product reviews and features
  • Collaborative blog posts
  • Social media promotion and support
  • Placement of guest articles
  • Video collaborations
  • Side bar advertisements
  • Brand ambassador roles
  • Giveaways and competitions 
I always discuss products I have been sent to feature or review open and honestly and only recommend the things I'd be happy purchasing myself. 

Collaborative blog posts are generally marked with this:

Sometimes I agree to mark them as *In association with.." "PR Collaboration", "Sponsored post", "In Collaboration with.." "Written by.." "Guest Post".

All paid-for posts or advertisements as well as products sent for review are made clear and I always write as truthfully as possible about them and will only recommend products or services that I genuinely feel happy to recommend. 

    Terms and conditions for giveaway posts, can be found here. Please read this before entering any of my giveaways.

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