It's not medical. Or anything gross. I take care of that stuff myself through meditation. I meditate when I should be at my doctor appointment. They always say awful things. Things that lead to exercise. Who needs that?
I got an email from a company called csnstores asking me if I would like to do a giveaway or a product review. I'll publish the email further down.
I emailed them back and I said, "Huh?" Basically. I've yet to hear back.
I hesitate because I sometimes see sites that do a lot of these things, and it gets very annoying very quickly.
I also wonder, "what's the catch?" Like if I agree and they want me to do a positive review of a combination label-maker/baby-scrambler, I won't do it. I'll give the things away, but you won't get me to say anything nice when I do. Except "you're welcome" because I am polite. Mmm, scrambled baby would be good right now. With cheese and caramelized onions.
Another thought I thunked was, "is it selling-out?" And I don't know, maybe it is. I would hate to do that to my ones upon ones of readers. But then again, I like free things. So does my wife. My kids could give a shit. To them, everything is free.
Let's get ahold of this post. My questions are:
Has anyone heard of/done business with csnstores?
Has anyone done this sort of thing before? How did it go? Would you or did you do it again?
If you chose not to do it, why not?
If you've never had the chance to do this, would you if you did?
Is there a catch I'm not seeing? Like if I agree to do this, do they own my blog's content in perpetuity?
Are there any questions I am not asking that I should be asking?
Thanks to everyone who reads and answers in advance. I really appreciate it as I am a bloggy babe in the woods.