Affiliate marketing is an incredible way to earn money online.
If done right, you can earn thousands of dollars from every product you promote.
Here’s our earning report from the Semrush affiliate program.
As you can see, we generated nearly $327,000 from just ONE affiliate product.
Although there are a ton of ways to increase your affiliate sales, you need to remember ONE important thing: “affiliate disclosures”.
Whether you know it or not, it’s illegal to not include an affiliate disclosure when you use affiliate links within your website to make money online.
So in this post, we’ll discuss several important things like;
- What is an affiliate disclosure?
- Affiliate link disclosure examples
- Affiliate disclosure best practices and more
Let’s get into the details without much ado.
Affiliate Link Disclosure Best Practices for Bloggers & Marketers [With Examples]
What Is an Affiliate Disclosure?
An affiliate disclosure is a disclaimer statement that informs your website visitors or potential buyers that you’re being paid by the company (or product) you’re linking to as an affiliate.
Here’s the affiliate disclaimer example from BloggersPassion;