If you’ve been around on my blog, watched my videos or subscribed to my email list, you know I’m a strong believer in being totally transparent and up-front with you about how I make money online.
So one of the things I want to talk about are affiliate links in my content.
My #1 goal in everything that I publish is to bring a different outlook into technology because I honestly love everything tech.
Along the way, outside of my own courses and tools, I’m going to introduce you to products and resources that will help maximize your experience. These may be physical products, virtual services, software, or anything else that I feel would help you achieve your goals.
Some of the links pointing to those resources are called “affiliate links.” Which means, if you click on the link and make a purchase from that vendor, based on my recommendation, I may earn a commission for that sale, future sales or recurring billings.
Something to keep in mind as I mentioned before, I only promote things that I truly believe will benefit you. In addition, I only recommend products or services that I’ve personally used and benefitted from as a user myself.
In other words, if I haven’t tried it or used it myself and had a positive experience, I’m not going to promote it to you. So you can rest assure that anything I recommend is going to be the highest quality.
One other thing worth mentioning is that I am not given free products, services or tools in exchange for a review or promotion on my sites or to my subscribers. The only compensation I receive comes by way of an affiliate commission if you purchase it yourself.
Considering the massive amount of content I’ve published online, it’s a bit of a daunting task to go back and highlight every affiliate link. So moving forward, please assume that any links included in my content to 3rd party vendors, are affiliate links.
If you have any questions about this disclaimer or how I use affiliate links, please do not hesitate to contact me.