Fencing.net will occasionally accept sponsored blog posts. Which is to say, someone will pay us to post their content. We will always disclose this type of situation at the beginning of a blog post. While Fencing.net does attempt to edit and control sponsored content to a certain degree, the nature of the sponsored content is that it will always be favorable to the party who is sponsoring it. Additionally, Fencing.net will have received money from the sponsoring party. We do our best to not allow this to impact impartiality, but we recognize that it could, and are therefore disclosing such here.
Fencing.net also generates revenue through referral links. Similarly, we won’t let this impact anything material in the content associated with the website. All other things being equal, we will first generate top quality content and then monetize it secondarily. We won’t produce content that is designed primarily to fit within the confines of any referral programs we’re participating in. The only advantage that we will confer to referral programs is if all other things are absolutely equal (price, quality, reviews, etc.), we will prefer to send traffic to a referral partner. We do our best to not allow this to impact impartiality, but we recognize that it could, and are therefore disclosing such here.