Affiliate disclosure

Some of the links on this website are affiliate links (they’re marked with an asterisk*).

 

What is an affiliate link?

An affiliate link is a unique link which identifies where the traffic comes from. As a member of several affiliate programs (Amazon, Zoom, MailChimp, etc.) I can generate unique links and include them in my content.

A different link doesn’t affect the pricing or the content. The only thing that happens is if you choose to buy the product, service, program or software using my affiliate link, I receive a free month, a bonus gift or a small commission that will buy me some pens for the office.

 

Why am I an affiliate for products, programs, and services?

No matter how prolific I may strive to be, there’s no way I can be an expert in all the areas of online business (i.e. coding, website design, security and development, writing, blogging, email marketing, social media, etc.).

 

I’ve had to learn most of these things through programs and courses (some of which I now recommend to you as most effective). In other cases, I’ve purchased software/hired help to assure seamless service delivery (I’m now an affiliate for some of these services, plugins, and apps).

 

If you’re looking for a solution, and I happen to share with you the resource that might be helpful – why not give it a try and save yourself the time and bother of looking, testing and trying?

 

What does it mean for you?

By using the links to buy services and programs, you’re supporting the mission of Smart Online Teaching, at no extra cost to you.

 

Please know that you’re under no obligation to purchase any service or course, but if you do, I want to thank you in advance for your support.

 

I only recommend products, programs, and services I have used myself and found helpful. I also support people and businesses whose business vision aligns with mine.