Ok I have gotten swamped with PR companies wanting me to advertise tons, If its a site that I think has merrit to my readers I have no problem writing something up. Same thing with reviews, I dont charge for them and dont plan on it as long as I receive a sample products and/or the sponsor pay for shipping. But There have been some lately that I just have zero intrest in doing. They are not products/services that I think go with my blog. The question is then how do you tactfully say no. I am never good at saying no to begin with but how do you respond? Right now I have an email I need to reply to but im not sure how, I dont want to ignore it,and I dont want to bite the hand that feeds me.The company may have something in the future that I would love to work with them on. Thanks ladies!

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How do you put together a media kit and your rates? I would like to do this, but I'm not sure where to start.
Being a Mom with a store, I agree with the 'be honest' approaches shared below. It isn't in my best interest to spend the time and money to have you do a review of something that won't connect with your readers. Or, if there was something about my product, website, etc that needed improving, I would want to know.
great question! I'm getting to that point as well. getting alot of reviews and would like to do the big ones. I'll be keeping up with the responses to this question :)

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