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Therefore, as another example, I may receive pay per click revenue or commission on sales of products.
This helps me to pay the bills and deliver great content for you to enjoy when you are browsing these web pages.
Due to the nature of affiliate marketing you will be directed to the merchants own website when you click on an affiliate link.
This means that you will end up on exactly the same website and see the same result regardless of whether you visit the merchant’s website directly yourself or reach it via an affiliate link.
You will pay the same purchase price for goods and services, so passing through an affiliate site will have no direct impact on your purchase at all.
I do make money on some products and services that I talk about on this website through affiliate relationships with the merchants in question. I get a small commission on sales of those products and that in no way affects my opinion of those products and services.
This is a professional review site that is independently owned.
I rarely am paid to do a review. In almost all cases, I never accept money to review a product or service and I invest my own time to review these products and services.
I also do pay for the products I test. They are not sent to me by the manufacturer.
If you click a link from one of my columns or newsletters and it delivers you to a website selling that product (e.g. Amazon.com, etc.), I get a small commission from that.