I love comments but there are some comment policies here at Growing a Green Family…
- If your linked name looks like spam, I’ll delete your comment.
- If your linked name goes to your personal site and it looks legit and safe, that’s 100% cool with me if you use it.
- If your comment text is peppered with links, expect the comment to be deleted. If you want me to check out your awesome link, a better way to get me to do that is to contact me.
- If you argue or debate in a comment fine. If you’re an obnoxious jerk who makes everyone feel bad, I’ll delete your comments. Be real, give real opinions, debate everyone if you need to, say you hate a product or idea or theme even, but please be respectful while doing so. It’s easier than ever to be hyper brave and say whatever you like on the web BUT there’s a big difference between putting down someone’s idea vs. putting down a real live human being – please keep that distinction in mind when leaving comments.
Basically, if you’re a decent human being you won’t have any problems here. If you’re a spammy human or a mean-for-no-good-reason human I don’t want your comments here and as the owner of this site it’s 100% my choice to delete said comments.
If you’re a eco-company owner or eco-friendly retailer:
You may be the coolest eco-company on earth and a perfect fit for Growing a Green Family readers. Still, discussing your shop or products in the comments, you have to admit, is a little spammy. If you want a link here, or some props for your amazing eco-product, you can contact me. Tell me about your company or product. There’s a good chance I’ll write a post about it. I get a post idea, you get a plug and a link, no spam questions arise and it’s all good.
Protection from comments:
I’m not responsible, nor will be held liable, for anything anyone says on this site via a comment, nor the laws which they may break in my country or their country through their comments’ content, implication, and intent. Again though, if you’re a jerk, your comment will likely be deleted anyhow, so there’s that.