Disclosure Policy

by Johnson Yip on March 27, 2011 · 1 comment

I am affiliated with  DIYThemes ThesisMalwareBytes, TuneUp Utilities, 1and1 web hosting and Amazon Affiliate program. This means if you click on a Malwarebytes, TuneUP Utilities, and Amazon link or banner on my website,and buy their products or services, I make a few dollars in commission between 4%-25%+ for helping them generate a sale.

When buying MalwareBytes, TuneUp Utilities, and from Amazon with my Affiliate links and banners, you’ll be paying the same price as buying it directly from their website while helping me earn commission/money, so you won’t be paying more by clicking on my affiliate links and banners to buy a product or service vs buying it directly from their website.

I personally use all these software, and services I am affiliated with, and would proudly recommend them to friends and family.

I’m also a member of Google Adsense which pays me a for hosting their ads on my website.

Even though, I am a Canadian and the US FTC rules do not apply to Canadians, I added a disclosure policy to my blog, so my readers won’t feel like I’m tricking my them into buying something just because I get paid a few dollars off of each sale.

If you do any affiliate marketing online, and live in the United States, you must have a disclosure policy to comply with FTC standards since it is the law, and you can get fined a lot of money if the FTC finds out you don’t have a disclosure policy.

More information about Disclosure policies can be found at ftc.gov/opa/2009/10/endortest.shtm

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Rafaela January 2, 2014 at 12:19 am

Right away I am going away to do my breakfast, after having my breakfast coming yet again to read additional news.

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