Amazon Affiliate Disclosure

An affiliate disclosure is a statement that explains when a website or other online content is promoting a product or service for which the creator may receive a commission or other compensation. This is commonly referred to as “affiliate marketing.”

Affiliate marketing is a type of performance-based marketing in which a business rewards an affiliate for each customer brought to the business by the affiliate’s own marketing efforts. The affiliate may receive a commission or other payment based on the sale of a product or service, or based on other actions taken by the customer, such as filling out a form or signing up for a newsletter.

In order to be transparent and disclose any potential conflicts of interest, websites and online content that include affiliate links or promote products or services as affiliates are required to include an affiliate disclosure. This disclosure should be clear and easy to find, typically located at the bottom of the page or in the footer of the website. It should explain that the website is promoting the product or service as an affiliate and may receive a commission or other compensation for doing so.

Including an affiliate disclosure is important for maintaining the trust and credibility of a website or online content, as it helps to ensure that readers are aware of any potential bias or motivation for promoting a particular product or service.