Affiliate Disclosure


wpkid Rasel, we help readers make better decisions with wealth advice so they can get the best results from them.

We believe that one way of proper development is not to ignore easy opportunities. After all, you spend time and hard work on your journey to get everything you need, including all the necessary tools and resources.

When we find something valuable for our readers, we share resource links and sometimes some links are our affiliate links.

So let’s talk about affiliate links.

Affiliate link


Sometimes when we recommend a website, resource or product, we will link to the company’s website using what is known as an affiliate or referral link. Basically, if you finish buying a product found through our link, we get commission as a small ‘thank you’ from the seller.

Sometimes those commissions are just a few dollars; Sometimes it’s a little too much. Sometimes it’s a one-time commission; Sometimes it’s a rolling commission – so if you sign up for a monthly subscription service we can get a slice of that monthly fee.

But the important thing here – that referrals do not cost you a penny. The full commission comes out of the seller’s pocket, not yours.

And it goes without saying that we would never recommend an asset, link or product because it gives us commissions because it would be lazy, wouldn’t it?

So we will only recommend products that we have used personally or highly recommended by trusted colleagues. (After all, if we only recommend the products we use at the moment, we want to do you a disservice, because there are resources, tools that are a great fit, understandable when you start?)

So that we can easily tell when we are using an affiliate link, we will put it after that (affiliate link).

For example, our recommended blog host elfsignt has an affiliate link that looks like this:

elfsignt (affiliate link)

Now it is possible that we did not explicitly identify some of the links in the old post in this way, so the safest thing to assume is that we can get a small commission if we link to a third party product at any time.

All right? Great!