In 2015, the Federal Trade Commission announced new rules.
In 2015, the Federal Trade Commission announced new rules on disclosure compliance. These rules are in place to ensure that readers or viewers of web media (blogs, YouTube videos, etc.) know if a blogger/moderator is sponsored, endorsed, or affiliated with another company. When it comes to blogs, readers need to know if bloggers are making money from sharing links or products.
In accordance with FTC guidelines, links and postings on this site assume the following:
What is an affiliate link?
Purchase is made on an external affiliate website: When a reader clicks on a .com affiliate link to purchase a product, the reader is purchasing the product directly from the merchant not . Amazon and/or other companies pay https://c-educate.xyz a small commission or other compensation for promoting their website or products through their affiliate programs.
The price is exactly the same if you buy via affiliate link or non-affiliate link. Clicking on the link does not require any further payment.
I mainly use two affiliate programs:
1. Amazon affiliate link
https://c-educate.xyz is part of the Amazon Services LLC Affiliate Program, an affiliate advertising program that allows websites to earn referral fees by promoting and linking to Amazon services, including but not limited to Amazon.co.jp. is a participant. Amazon offers a small commission on products sold through affiliate links.
A blogger links to his Amazon product (with a special affiliate code embedded in the link) and within 24 hours after a reader clicks on the link he “shops” through the link. Bloggers receive small rewards for adding to cart. percentage of sales. Amazon Links are not pay per click. However, if you click a product link, stay on Amazon, and purchase another product, you will receive a commission on that sale.
whenever I see a link like astore.com/… or amazon.com..
You can guess that it’s an Amazon affiliate link.
2. Product Affiliate Links.
These affiliate links work in the same way. Bloggers receive a portion of the sale or some other type of compensation when they click on a link and purchase a product. E-book bundles, e-courses, online packages, etc. are also typically affiliate links. Again, there is no price difference using these affiliate links. Clicking on the link does not require any further payment. Unless otherwise stated, these links are not pay-per-click.
What about sponsored content?
I don’t write sponsored posts. I want to give you real, unbiased information. However, if the post is sponsored by a company and is a paid sponsorship, we will clearly disclose this at the beginning of the post.