Affiliate Disclosure & Resources

A lot of time, energy, and thought goes into the production of Lazy Sundays. To help offset the actual costs (yes, there are costs to blogging!) and to financially support the time put into the blog, I partner with several affiliates.

If you purchase anything through these links, Lazy Sundays receives a very small percentage of the price, at no additional cost to you! Thank you for your continued support!!


Affiliates:

Lazy Sundays is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.

Lazy Sundays partners with Walmart, LEGO Shop, The Grommet, The Color Run and Dylan’s Candy Bar through the Rakuten Affiliate Network.

Lazy Sundays partners with ShutUpAndTakeMyMoney.com, Radish Apparel, MixbookCreativeLive, Gymboree, Crazy 8, Janie and Jack, and Cozi through the ShareASale Affiliate Network.

Lazy Sundays is approved by Infolinks to run their ads.

Lazy Sundays is approved by Google to run their Adsense ads, customized to the user’s search preferences (see ad below).

Resources:

• Lazy Sundays is also an affiliate for Bluehost.com, only because Lazy Sundays’ website is hosted through Bluehost.com and built using WordPress. I have personal experience with them so I can honestly recommend them.

The price is affordable and the customer service is great. I highly recommend using them if you are starting your own website. Sign up through these links and get your domain name for FREE when you purchase a 12 month or longer hosting plan!

• A GREAT e-book to help step up your Pinterest game is Pinteresting Strategies by Carly Campbell from Mommy on Purpose. She personally tested tons of strategies and through trial and error, put together a plan that gains her more and more page views to her blog everyday (100-200,000 page views per month!!). This plan was just implemented on Lazy Sundays’ Pinterest page and I can already tell it is making a difference. Definitely worth the investment if you want to gain visitors to your blog from Pinterest!

• My email list is managed using MailerLite. This is a great service that makes it easy to set up forms to get subscribers, design emails to sent out, even create automated campaigns to stay in contact with subscribers. This is a FREE service up to 1,000 subscribers so I highly recommend it for starting out when you’re trying to keep your expenses low. When you get over 1,000 subscribers (good for you!!), just upgrade your plan to next level up. No transferring to another email manager.

 

Thank you again!!!!

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