I’m required by the FTC, the Federal Trade Commission, to include this page. But beyond the legal obligations and regulations, it definitely makes sense to give it a read, because it might help you make better safer decisions on this site and on the Internet in general.
I’ve been making my living online for almost a decade; the majority of that income has come from affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing is performance-based marketing; companies need help selling more of their product or service, and only have to pay when they actually make a sale.
Now who are they paying? They’re paying bloggers, podcasters, and other online content creators like you and me. For me, it’s a way to earn money helping you discover the products and services that may help you in your business.
Many outbound links on this site are affiliate links, meaning if you click on one and complete a purchase, I will earn a commission. (Thank you for that!)
While I try not to let this monetary relationship sway my recommendations, it’s something you should be aware of on this site and others online. As always, you should do your own due diligence before making any purchase decision.
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