Disclosure

We want you to be aware that we use affiliate links on this website.

We’re required to disclose this by the FTC, but we also want to ensure as much transparency as possible.

Affiliate marketing is a practice used by big brands such as Amazon. It’s a recognized practice that provides a straight forward way for site owners to monetize their content.

Supporting websites by using their affiliate links means that they’ll be in a position to continue delivering useful (or entertaining) content that you won’t have to pay for.

And below we’ll explain in more detail about how it all works:

Here’s how affiliate links work:

Let’s say that you click on a link in one of our posts that recommends a specific tool.

If you choose to make a purchase, we may make a commission.

This won’t cost you anything extra but it helps us continue to share helpful advice on this website.

We’re careful about what we recommend and only share products/services that we believe you’ll find useful.

However, you should always do your due diligence before making a purchase.

Why? Well, you have your own specific set of needs and we have ours. What’s right for us might not be a good fit for you.

An important note:

While we’re happy to answer reasonable questions about products/services we recommend, we cannot provide support for such products.

If you have product/service specific questions, we recommend that you contact the support team of the company you purchased from.

This isn’t because we don’t want to help – we love to help where we can. But, there are some queries that we just can’t help with. And trying to get involved would only complicate matters.

So, if you need support – contact the company you purchased from.