Affiliate Marketing Disclosure

Using affiliate partnerships, earns a commission from referring visitors to products, software, and services.

This is our affiliate disclaimer — in compliance with the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) guide — helps avoid misunderstandings for visitors to our website.

We may earn a commission — at no extra cost to you — if you decide to buy any of the products, software, or services we refer to and promote on our website. The opinions expressed are of our independent reviewers and writing staff, commissioned to provide helpful reviews and their unbiased opinions.

You should assume that every external link you click on our website is an affiliate link that leads to us being paid by our partner.

If you find our website helpful, please support us by purchasing via our affiliate links so that we can keep this website 100% free to use.

What is affiliate marketing?

Affiliate marketing is the process of referring people to a product or service in exchange for a commission. You can think of it as operating a curated storefront: you find products from businesses and creators that you believe your audience may like. When you direct a person to a product that they decide to buy, you get a percentage of the sale as a reward.

Infographic that explains how affiliate programs work. It is a circle with all the steps of affiliate marketing. 

At the top going clockwise: 
- You show an ad or a link for a store on your website or social media channel
- Customer clicks the link
- Customer is sent to the product's store with a tracking link
- Customer makes a purchase
- Affiliate network records the purchase and details of the transaction
- The purchase is confirmed by the seller
- The transaction is credited to your account
- You get paid
- Back to the beginning

Any Questions?

Please see our privacy policy or contact us if you have questions regarding this affiliate disclosure.

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