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KidFriendly DC is a personal blog written and edited by me, Linda Samuel.

It takes time to create all this content and keep my blog running, and it’s available to readers for free, so I accept paid advertising, sponsorships, affiliate partnerships, and other forms of compensation. However, payments have no impact on my opinion of any programs, services, or products.

I accept private advertising from companies I am happy to endorse and believe will be of interest to my readers. Banners appear on the blog sidebar and sometimes within blog posts. I also occasionally write dedicated, or sponsored, blog posts and run giveaways for compensation, and always disclose when I do.

My affiliate advertisers include or have included:
Activity Rocket
Gymboree/Crazy 8/Janie & Jack
Hannah Andersson
Kiwi Crate
Land of Nod
Little Passports
Tea Collection
Tiny Prints

If you click on their ad, usually a banner on the sidebar or within a post, and make a purchase, and occasionally when you sign up for a service, I get a small commission. (Thanks for doing either of those, by the way!)

This all helps me bring you KidFriendly DC, which I hope you enjoy reading as much as I enjoy creating.

One Response to Advertising

  1. Hello! My name is Morgan Pody and I work for ESF Summer Camps, a summer camp for boys and girls ages 3 – 15. We have 2 locations in Maryland – one in Baltimore at the Gilman School and one in North Bethesda at the Georgetown Prep School. We are interested in advertising and posting our upcoming events on your website and I wanted to know what the next steps were. If you could get back to me, that would be fantastic! Thank you so much!

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