Affiliate Disclosure

Affiliate Disclosure

Some links on this site are “Affiliate” links. That means that when you click through and make a purchase, (that really means me, Ree Klein) will earn a commission.

I carefully choose the companies/products I recommend

Earning your trust is of utmost importance to me. If I refer you to a company with a bad reputation or that I’ve had problems with, I will most certainly lose your trust and readership.

You can rest assured that I only recommend, and link to, products and services I love and use (or have previously used but still love).

Participation in Amazon Services LLC Associates Program

From time-to-time, I will provide a link to a product on Amazon. Amazon has special disclosure requirements and doesn’t permit it’s program participants to imply that they are an affiliate. Here is the exact disclosure they require:

“Ree Klein is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to”

How these links affect you

They don’t, really. The amount you pay is the same whether you purchase via an affiliate link or go directly to the site to make the purchase with no commission being paid.

Why your click-through is significant

When my readers “click through” from one of my links, it’s the equivalent of a giving me huge “Thank You!” for the content I deliver. It takes a lot of time to build a website, create content and engage with an audience.

Most of us that choose to blog do it because we love to help other people succeed. But we still need to earn something for our time and this is a great way to do something for us and it costs you nothing but a click.

So “Thank You” back!

I value you being part of the community and want you to know that your support is meaningful and very much appreciated!