Last edited by sunnybear; 04-14-2016 at 12:17 PM.
I agree with you. I also have mroe respect for bloggers who do only put material on their site that they would personally use. Even ad and sponsors. I think its not unreasonable to have some sort of screening process for advertisors.
I think it's perfectly reasonable to have standards. I work with a lot of natural food and living blogs and best I can tell most of them have criteria for who they work with. It varies by person of course but there have been some interesting discussions over the last few months about whether even something like Google Ads is a good idea since you can't ultimately control which ads appear on your site.
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