Please read my affiliate disclaimer carefully.
If you’ve clicked the link to view this page, chances are you’re wondering what affiliate links are.
Well, let me explain.
Being an affiliate means that I advertise certain specific companies on my blog who I work with and who I believe provide an excellent service or product.
For example, I work with Siteground who provide my web hosting. They are faster and safer than other hosting services. The set up is easy and they provide amazing support to customers, like me. Because I’ve had such a great experience with them I am more than happy to tell you all how great they are.
Affiliate Marketing – How does it work?
I am given a specific link and when a potential buyer clicks the link and makes a purchase I receive a small fee or percentage of the overall cost to the company.
Does this cost extra?
Short answer: Nope.
Long answer: No. There will be no extra cost added to your bill to cover any kickback that I receive. In fact, the chances are that you will probably get a discount for clicking my link, rather than going directly to the company!
That sounds great, doesn’t it?!
It’s up to you
Let me be real here. If you choose to click my link and make a purchase it is entirely your choice.
I will never mislead you with false statements or manipulate you in any way. I am very specific about who I will work with. They are companies that I use regularly and who I would happily recommend to a friend or family member because of their outstanding product or service.
If you have any further questions about affiliate links or even how to become an affiliate get in touch with me. I will gladly reply to you as soon as possible.