Earning our readers’ trust is our cardinal ambition that’s why at Howtowhatsapp.com we religiously adhere to strict ethical guidelines.
Our editors will do all the best to adhere to industry standards of gathering facts before sharing with you any piece of content.
Editors are also guided by internal policies that ensure we have done the best to gather facts before sharing content with our readers. Where we are not in possession of all the facts, we would unashamedly let you know.
CORRECTIONS AND UPDATES
We are humans. Even if we take all the necessary precautions not to share inaccurate news, solutions, tips and tricks, at some point we will make errors and mistakenly share inaccurate content.
As part of our Professional Conduct, we will notify you and we will correct and update the content or we can even take down the content in rare circumstances.
We maintain our objectivity in reporting by not accepting donations or investment from WhatsApp and other associated companies.
This will ensure that we will not be pressurized to give favourable reviews to WhatsApp (or companies and apps associated with it).
PERSONAL INVESTING & EMPLOYMENT
As a policy, we don’t permit our editors or guest writers to personally invest in WhatsApp (Facebook Inc) or get employed by WhatsApp (Facebook) because we believe that their reporting will be relatively less objective if they have vested interest.
Whenever we review features of WhatsApp (or apps that have features which can be used in WhatsApp), we will do it objectively without fear or favour.
That is why we don’t permit our editors to get employed or invest in WhatsApp.
If we are going to receive a compensation for writing a review for WhatsApp or any product (associated with WhatsApp), we will explicitly label the article as Sponsored Article just below the title of the article.
To keep the Howtowhatsapp.com running, advertisers will put ads on our website to earn some revenue. However, we will distinctively display the ads so that our audience won’t unintentionally click them thinking that they our content.