Affiliate Disclosure

Last Update: 26 July, 2020


Sometimes when we recommend a product or service, we may link to it using an affiliate or referral link.

When you order through our affiliate or referral links, it helps us to continue to offer you free content. We sincerely appreciate your support!

Using an affiliate or referral link allows us to receive a commission as a “thank you” from the company that is providing the product or service.

This does not cost you any extra, it comes out of the pocket of the company that is providing the product or service.

Sometimes this commission can be just a few dollars, and sometimes it’s a little more. The commission can be a once-time commission or a recurring commission if you sign up for a monthly subscription service.

We’ll never recommend a product simply because it pays us a commission. We’re very selective in choosing affiliates and only promote products or services that we respect. We’ll only recommend products or services that we’ve personally used or that come highly recommended by trusted peers.

To make it easy for you to tell when we’re using an affiliate link, we try to always put “(affiliate link)” after it.

For example, this is what an affiliate link to our recommended website host Namecheap looks like: (affiliate link)

It’s possible that we don’t mark some links in posts as clearly as this, so the safest thing to assume is that any time we link to a third-party product or service, we might get a small commission.

By using this website you agree to all parts of the above disclosure disclaimer.


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