When we endorse a product, we may provide a referral or affiliate link that directs users to the vendor’s website. Basically, the vendor pays us a commission as a small “thank you” if you decide to purchase a product you found using our link.
This commission can range from a few dollars to a couple of dollars more. If you join up for a monthly subscription service, we might receive a portion of the monthly charge since sometimes it’s a one-time commission and other times it’s a rolling commission.
The important point, though, is that the referral won’t cost you a dime. The merchant pays the entire commission out of his or her own pocket.
Additionally, it should go without saying that we will never endorse a product just because we receive a commission from doing so.
Therefore, we will only endorse goods that we have personally used or that have received high marks from reliable peers. (After all, if we only suggested goods we were currently using, we would be doing you a disservice because there are some tools that are a wonderful fit while you’re just starting out, but not when your blog is bigger like ours. (Is that clear?
We’ll add ( affiliate link) after it so you can readily know when we’re using an affiliate link.
For instance, the following is an example of an affiliate connection to our suggested marriage resource, Make This Marriage Work:
Make This Marriage Work (affiliate link)
Since it’s likely that some links in earlier postings weren’t marked as clearly as they are now, it’s best to assume that whenever we link to a third-party product, we may receive a small commission.
All right? Great!
Amazon Affiliate Disclosure
CiproFamily is a participant of the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program created to give websites a method to monetize their content by connecting to [Amazon.com or.ca,.co.uk, etc.] and placing advertisements there.