If you wish to use any photographs on my blog that have been taken by myself please ask first.
I normally have no problem with my photographs being used but as you can understand I would like to be made aware of where they are being used and if they are being linked back to DoS.
To use a photograph please contact me using my Contact page.
You should hear back within 24 hours.
Although a majority of the products featured on DoS are purchased by myself for review purposes, I am also lucky enough to work with some great brands for product reviews.
If I am sent a product to review or show to my readers/viewers this will be indicated with an asterisk (*) in the post (as of November 2016)
It is important to know that although I am sent items from time to time to review or show to my readers/viewers I am not obligated to review every product sent to me.
DoS uses affiliate links.
In the simplest terms, an affiliate link is a product link from which a person may earn commission from.
If you were to click on that link and then purchase an item from the site that the link directed you to I may earn a very small percentage commission on that sale – I say may, as this is dependant on cookies.
For a more in-depth explanation visit Paid For Advertising.
Affiliate links are normally the pink hyperlinks in the body of the post on my blog and I will also state at the beginning of each post in pink if affiliate links will be present.
From March 2019 pictures with numbered hyperlinked circles on them may contain affiliate links.
All affiliate links on DoS Blog are nofollow links.
You are, of course, not obligated to click on these links, you can just Google the product yourself, but every little does help when it comes to running DoS.
DoS may hold sponsored content from time to time.
As with affiliate links, sponsored content will be clearly marked as sponsored at the beginning of the post. This will be visible to all.
DoS is run to be completely transparent so this blog does not and will not hold pre-written or guest content from brands and all content, as imagined, will work in harmony with the ethos of DoS.