Hello - So does both affiliate and earning disclaimers have to be inserted as a page together in your website? There is a template for this, shall I use that one OR the one leoemery provides in the training?

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AlexEvans Premium
Affiliate disclaimers inform your visitors that you participate in an affiliate program, and thus, you may receive commissions from the links used on your sites.

It matters because affiliate disclaimers are mandated by the Federal Trade Commission in the United States and under other laws around the world.

Getting caught without one is a good way to get slapped with a fine or even have your website shut down. But these disclaimers are more than a legal requirement. They're also good business practice.

Affiliate disclaimers encourage transparency and build trust.

Part of building that trust requires transparency. Visitors need to know that you'll make money if they buy the product from your link.

Some folks create a page that usually appears in the footer, or some folks place a disclaimer on each product review post. this can be determined by personal preference or it may be a requirement of the affiliate program.

We kind of have to provide one if we are involved in this industry.
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Farah20 Premium
Hey - you have been most helpful, thanks for clarifying this!
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LMH1968 Premium Plus
I do at the end of my posts
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DianeScorpio Premium
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Farah20 Premium
Alright - thanks a lot.
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Dale123 Premium Plus
It's entirely up to you how you want to add it to your website & which one you want to add. The important thing is that you want to display it in a way that's transparent to your users... So it's basically however you feel you can do that best.
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Farah20 Premium
Hey - I was advised to add as a page but I think its too messy next to my other headings at the top of my homepage, so where else can I put it? Can it be a footer at bottom of home page or a post inside archives?? Thanks.
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