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- We make money from promotions we publish on Sustainability-Now.org. It is either a sponsored post (we got paid to write it), or we are recommending a product or service that we get an affiliate commission for.
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- Every product review that we write is a sponsored review. We got paid to write it and we got the product for free in exchange for the review. That does not necessarily mean that we endorse the product, just that we got free stuff and/or some money to write the review.
- If we recommend a product or service via any social media outlet, it’s a sponsored post. We got paid to post it.
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