We’re pretty simple to reach: email@example.com. We’re in Utah, but there’s no PO Box to share yet.
Yeah, we use a few affiliate links, mostly so you have a picture to see which products we’re referring to. But we always tell you up front, and we’re not going to recommend something unless we’ve tried it out personally or it comes from a really, really reliable source. So far, we’ve earned .46 through our affiliate programs. Woot!
Sure, you can advertise with us . . . later. We don’t want any ads for now. We want to focus on our readers and creating really good content. We want to see if Go Beyond Autism goes beyond our expectations.
For sure! We want you! Do you have autism? Do you have a child or relative with autism? Are you an expert in the autism field? We’d be happy to consider article ideas that seem to fit our categories. They must be family friendly, and submitting means you’ll let us put them on the blog and keep them here forever. 🙂 Right now, we’re small, but the blog is linked to my bio on KidsOutAndAbout.com, which is part of a national chain.
Yes, please! We welcome feedback. Of course, we love positive feedback, but probably will only hear from you if we print something you don’t agree with. We won’t publish unfounded gripes, but constructive cristicism is beneficial. We have thick skins. So any and all feedback is welcome. Submitting feedback gives us permission to share it in a post or otherwise, using your name or anonymous however you choose to share it. We’ll never post email addresses.
Speaking of which, we’ll never sell any contact information you choose to share with us. When we start our newsletter signups, we’ll protect your email address. We will not share it, sell it, or distribute it in any way. It simply wouldn’t be right. You can count on us for that. Ditto for any other contact information you might share in correspondence.
But get to know us first before you worry about any of this stuff.
It’s just here for the occasional few who might want to know . . .