Request a Product Review

Would you like us to review your outdoor living related products? Whether it’s big small or in-between, we’d love to review it on our blog and share it with our readers.

To submit a product for review, please send an email to:

info@backyardamerica.com

Please include a note with your contact info, your website and anything else we need to know about your products.

We put all products through a real world testing, usage and examination process. At times products are damaged during testing. To have products returned no matter the condition a return materials fee will be required.

Product Reviews:

We will review products and conduct giveaways that are relevant and of interest to this blog. All products submitted for review will be given honest, fair and accurate reviews, regardless of how the product is received.

Compensation will never influence the content in this blog.

Here are some key points regarding Reviews on our site:

We are never paid to do a review. We never accept money to review a product or service. We invest our own time to review and test products. We pay out of pocket the cost to produce all audio and/or video content.

If we create a link to a product or service in a review, sometimes we may get paid a commission if you purchase the product or service. These links are included after posts are written, and posts are never composed for the purpose of including advertising.

No advertiser will ever influence the content, topics or posts made in this blog.

We usually pay for the products and services that we recommend we are also sent free products or services to review and test.

We do not claim that the experience and benefit we have received from using a product or service is typical and is dependant on many other factors that may influence other people’s experience and benefit from using the product or service.

We accept pitches from PR firms, Facebook friends, twitter buddies, Etsy shops, big business, little business and everything in between. My favorites are little green and creative businesses. FYI, we do turn pitches down if we feel it offers no value to our community.