As you know, Tech blogly is a famous tech blog, we cover useful information regarding various technological sections such as how-to guides, Windows, Linux, Android and Internet, etc. However, for those who are concerned about the content published in the blog, the monetary as well as profit side of this blog, we have something serious to tell you. We will start with the content of the blog, which is the foremost important thing of Tech blogly.
Why Are We Publishing This
Some of you might be thinking about our intention behind publishing this disclaimer in our blog. As we are open to readers, let us tell you this too.
- We would like to let our loyal readers know more about the Tech Blogly blog as well as what is happening inside the blog than the blog along with the legal side of the Tech Blogly blog.
- We would like to convey our compliance towards the 16 CFR, Part 255 of the Federal Trade Commission’s Guides Concerning Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising options, and hence to create a good idea about various types of endorsements and advertisements in TechLila.
All kinds of information published in this blog, including text and images, are the property of the administrator. Moreover, the reproduction of content without proper authorization from the owner of the blog is strictly prohibited. In exceptional cases, we have given credit to the source. Since the authors of Tech blogly are human beings, we are bound to mistakes and you have to kindly forgive those mistakes regarding the accuracy of the content, though we try to keep things as accurate as possible.
The world of Technology is always meant to gradually change and we cannot assure you that what we have said today will be applicable for tomorrow as well. Hereby, we would like to also tell you that we will not be responsible for any kind of complexity you might face when following how-to guides from Tech blogly. Neither the author of the post nor this blog will be responsible for those financial or personal problems or further consequences. Therefore, you should keep in mind that you are following the tutorial at your own risk.
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Direct and Indirect Remuneration
Not all authors of Tech blogly are blogging professionals but they are talented in various sections such as Android, Windows, Content Development, etc. Therefore, there is a chance that the content in the blog may cause the uplifting of their fame in the tech or physical society and hence help in gathering recognition as well as in implicit revenues. In addition, we are getting direct remuneration through some methods such as by inserting ads in different parts of this blog, paid reviews, sponsored posts, etc. In some of such sections, we may be providing a link to the sponsor of the advertisement or sponsored posts.
Although there is a section on remuneration as well as social media uplift, all authors of Tech blogly are quite passionate about what they do and what they write on the blog. So, through publishing useful tutorials and other info about various categories, such as Windows, Android, How-to, Linux, etc, we are getting an unprecedented level of satisfaction in writing as well as helping others.