To make sure that the digital marketing industry maintains trust between consumers and merchants, the FTC (Federal Trade Commission, USA) came up with an “affiliate disclosure policy”.
The affiliate disclosure policy states that if you are an affiliate marketer, then you must clearly disclose your relationship with the merchant, brands, or products on your website. Here we are…
Besides promoting and selling our own products and services, we identify ourself
a) as an Associate for Amazon.com:
We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. The fees compensate partially our marketing and sales efforts for Amazon products.
b) as an Affiliate of internationally operating Retailers and Affiliate Networking Markets:
Besides our active Marketing and Distribution Consultancy Business we are engaged in Affiliate Marketing with links to several online retailer and affiliate market places on our websites. When people read what we have written or displayed about a particular product and then click on those links and buy something from the retailer or market place, we earn a commission from the retail to partially compensate our marketing efforts.
Person in Charge: Frederick Niemann – Marketing and Distribution CONSULTANT / Author and Publisher
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