I have worked for several companies since the creation of this blog. They pay the bills. Assume if I'm talking about a new site launch, or a promotion, or some awesome new digital tactic-- that I'm actually interested in getting your feedback and generating buzz about it-- if it's from my company. I also write about stuff that's "in market" because I either like it or hate it. Assume that all opinions are my own. If I were to write a company opinion, it would never appear on this blog. If I don't like something that my employer is doing, you can bet I'm not going to write about it. See below about content removal.
If I'm speaking at a conference or to a corporate group outside of work, and I write about the event, you can assume they're paying me to speak, and I'm being self-serving by writing about the event. I will likely disclose this in the post itself. If I'm writing about an event that I'm simply attending-- no disclosure. If you want me to speak at your event, email me or check out this speaking page all about me.
Products and Reviews
If I write about a product or service from which I've been, in some way, compensated, I will disclose this in the post. Even if it's just free stuff. See unsolicited items below. If you want me to try something, please email me first.
I write whatever I want, whenever I want. This is my blog on my domain. I'll delete comments if they're not relevant or poorly thought out. I'll delete posts if I need work from a client I trashed early on in my career. That's life. If I say something you don't like, let me know. I revise, update, redact, and change all the time.
You're welcome to send me anything you want, except a subpoena. However, I will not send anything back. If you're looking for my opinion on something, whatever you send me needs to be awesome or terrible, because I will likely not care about something too average. If what you're sending is electronic, Google may filter it as spam, just so you know.
This disclosure page was inspired by Chris Penn's disclosure page, and the recent FTC regs.