HomeTechBlogger is a simple website where I write about and share the cool tech stuff that you can use in your home. A lot of the topics I write about are based on products or services that I’ve personally used and that I feel are worth sharing. I also appreciate a well-written guide so I try to write some guides on more complex topics like self-hosting and other networking topics, when I have time.

My Credentials – I have two computer degrees, one being in Cybersecurity. I am an IT Professional with over 15 years experience in various enterprise and small business environments. That said, there’s always something new to learn so I try to spend as much time as I can learning new technologies and building and expanding my home network and homelab.

A note about product and affiliate links – I am not a paid or sponsored reviewer. My posts may contain product links or affiliate links. Affiliate links provide a way for me to fund this blog and create new content. If you click on an affiliate link on my blog, you will be taken to the retailer where you can buy the product if you wish. The cost is the same regardless of whether you use the link or not. The benefit, however, is that I receive a small amount of money for each sale that comes from one of my affiliate links and that money goes toward supporting this blog. Web hosting, storage, and new products aren’t free and while a large portion of the products I review are purchased with my own money, your purchases through affiliate links will help offset that cost.

I believe in transparency, so posts that have affiliate links will include a footnote like the sample below:

Products mentioned are available through affiliate links at no extra cost to you. Using these affiliate links to purchase helps support the blog and allows me to bring you new content. Thank you!

Amazon Associate Program: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.