Money Pit Media Top Promotions
We frequently mention products and brand names in the context of our radio show, personal appearances and articles. Are we paid to mention those products or do we really believe in them?
The answer is: both.
As home improvement journalists, we are among the first to learn about new products and new technologies. When we see something we like or know about something that resolves a question from our audience, you'll hear about it. Sometimes the companies hear about our testimonials and want to pay us to talk more about it.
And we're OK with that.
As with nearly all media, our ability to provide valuable content is funded by sponsors. The key to providing value is our integrity. We do not represent products or services of questionable value. It is a judgment call we make, based on our expertise with home projects and repairs, in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission guidelines for endorsements and testimonials. (Read more here: http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/guides/endorse.htm)
The bottom line is always our audience. Your trust in us is paramount, and you have our word that we will honor our relationship in everything that we do.
"Over the past decade, Home Improvement has seen some radical changes due to technology, the economy and concerns about the environment. The Money Pit, however, has been a consistent way to present product messages to targeted consumers in an innovative, unique, and entertaining way."
Director of Merchandise Marketing, The Home Depot
"The Money Pit radio show is a valuable resource for homeowners and do-it-yourselfers-and a place where listeners can actually have fun learning about home improvement! They have been great to work with over the years and are very professional and knowledgable about home improvement"
Director of Marketing Services, Red Devil