Privacy Policy

I have nothing to sell you!

Yeap, you heard that right. I don’t offer any services. I don’t have products to sell. I’m not personally affiliated with any brand (*).

I am free to tell you my unbiased opinion, to share my personal thoughts with you.

(*) Let’s also take care of that asterisk right now. In my articles, I link to products and services that I have benefited from and have personally used it. Some of those links are affiliate links, meaning I get a cut if you buy any of them with no additional cost for you. I do this because I, like you, enjoy a side income. It’s also a way of you showing your appreciation for my work. Don’t worry, no harm feelings if you highlight and search for the products. I do it myself!

Glad we took care of this early on. And for any doubters out there, I do NOT make a living from this blog. I have other streams of income to sustain my living standards and raise my family.

Let's get this over with a few more pointers, for you to go through em quickly...

-> I do not share your information. I just don’t.
-> I use cookies and analytics to improve your experience, but do not require cookies for access to the site
-> I value your privacy. Seriously. Of all the millions of blogs, I’m flattered you’re here reading. That’s too cool to risk for some annoying short term gain.
-> I do everything I can to protect your information, but, like any service online, I can’t be airtight. For example, I use Blogger Service to run this blog with appropriate security practices, but I can’t help it if Blogger crashes or the Chinese government hacks their servers. But I do try my best.

-> Questions? Please contact me!
All the legal info can be found at this link: Privacy Policy

Why Have A Privacy Page?

-> Google Legitimacy. Sure, it’s not as important as keywords, relevance, and links, but Google loves legit websites. Privacy policies – simply the existence of one – is a signal that you are legitimate and transparent. And Google can reward you – with a higher ranking ($$$).

-> Customer Legitimacy. Not many people look at privacy policies – but I sort of know that a website should have one – after all, if a retail business isn’t making a profit, it can be tempting to resell customer emails. A privacy policy helps a business look and feel better in the subconscious of a customer.

-> Business Protection. Lawsuits. Enough said. If you do something with an email address (ever heard of CAN-SPAM Act?) that you’re not supposed to – and didn’t spell out somewhere – you could be up the creek. A privacy policy is easy to put up and sends a signal to the lawyers that you tried.

-> Sales. Yes, customers want a personal connection. Privacy policies can have the boilerplate language, but can also help establish trust…which is key to any sale.


Privacy Policy Privacy Policy Reviewed by Kanthala Raghu on July 27, 2017 Rating: 5
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