WP Mayor Disclaimer

This policy is valid as from 6 July 2015 onwards.

The WP Mayor blog is a collaborative blog that is written and maintained by a group of dedicated WordPress users and experts. For any questions related to this blog please send an email to info@wpmayor.com.

We believe in being honest and open with all our followers, and for this reason we would like to make it clear to our readers that we have never, and will never, be deceitful in any of our content, services and/or policies. In light of this, below we briefly explain the benefits we get of running this blog.

The Blog’s Popularity

As you would expect, with great content and services comes some great PR. The WP Mayor is well known in the WordPress community and this is in no small part down to the large efforts we have made to contribute to the community in any way possible.

This is what keeps us at the forefront of the WordPress world and what motivates us to keep improving and building upon our successes.

Financial Benefits

Yes, this blog does make money from affiliate links as well as from other services we offer such as Sponsored Posts and Product Analysis. Affiliate links allow us to receive a commission from any sales made when visiting a product/service’s website through our links, without adding anything whatsoever to your costs. We also accept forms of cash advertising, sponsorships and paid insertions on our blog, such as the adverts found in our sidebar.

These forms of income are what allow us to compensate our authors and editors for their contributions and what pay for our other expenses, all aimed at keeping this blog running smoothly and providing the best content possible.

This blog abides by word of mouth marketing standards, and we strongly believe in honestly of relationships, opinion and identity. All opinion-based content from our authors and editors that is paid for remains honest and impartial, with no bias either way.

Having said that, there are occasions where compensation may influence the advertising content, topics or posts in this blog.

Personal Fulfilment

Together with financial benefits, we also get personal benefits from running and maintaining this blog, but this might not be what you think…

We all love what we do, and with that comes a level of personal fulfilment. So much so that this blog was not created as a source of income, but rather as a way of keeping a small community up to date with the latest in WordPress.

It then kept growing and over the past 4 years has developed into what it is today.

Final Remarks

It’s important to note that the views and opinions expressed throughout this blog are purely the bloggers’ own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider or party in question.