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Hello! I am Lemuel Sacop from the Philippines. I worked in a BPO company for the last 10 years as a Recording Engineer and was

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Hello WA Community,

Good day! I am just curious how do you write your Refunds on your Terms and Conditions if we are doing affiliate marketing purely (for example, with

With affiliate marketing, you’re promoting products and services from other merchants, so you don’t need any terms and conditions or refund policy. All those are the responsibility of the merchant. All you need as the affiliate marketer is a privacy policy and affiliate disclosure.

Thank you Eric so I don't need Terms of Service at all? Or just remove any refund policy from it? Since terms of service doesn't only contain refund policy. Like fair use, binding, if users can comment or submit content or create accounts, intellectual property rights, creative commons license for media, etc.

You’re affiliate disclosure and privacy policy cover everything on your end if you’re simply promoting other merchants’ products and services.

If you’re selling your own products or services then sure, you’d want to have T&C’s and returns policies.

Remember, people aren’t buying from you or returning items to you, nor do they think they are. They buy directly from the merchant. :)

Thank you so much Eric!

Sure. No prob.

With affiliate marketing and Amazon, Amazon will take care of refunds, it is not your concern.

You would include an affiliate disclosure

It should be clearly visible in the primary menu. Disclosure is typically a page.

You also need a shorter disclosure as close as possible to the first affiliate link in a post, either above or below the link.

For Amazon, it has to say "as an Amazon Associate I may earn from qualified purchases" and this has to be directly above your first Amazon link in post.

Thank you Abie...

Most welcome :)

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About terms and conditions and refunds?

About terms and conditions and refunds?

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Authoring & Writing Content
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Hello WA Community,

Good day! I am just curious how do you write your Refunds on your Terms and Conditions if we are doing affiliate marketing purely (for example, with

With affiliate marketing, you’re promoting products and services from other merchants, so you don’t need any terms and conditions or refund policy. All those are the responsibility of the merchant. All you need as the affiliate marketer is a privacy policy and affiliate disclosure.

Thank you Eric so I don't need Terms of Service at all? Or just remove any refund policy from it? Since terms of service doesn't only contain refund policy. Like fair use, binding, if users can comment or submit content or create accounts, intellectual property rights, creative commons license for media, etc.

You’re affiliate disclosure and privacy policy cover everything on your end if you’re simply promoting other merchants’ products and services.

If you’re selling your own products or services then sure, you’d want to have T&C’s and returns policies.

Remember, people aren’t buying from you or returning items to you, nor do they think they are. They buy directly from the merchant. :)

Thank you so much Eric!

Sure. No prob.

With affiliate marketing and Amazon, Amazon will take care of refunds, it is not your concern.

You would include an affiliate disclosure

It should be clearly visible in the primary menu. Disclosure is typically a page.

You also need a shorter disclosure as close as possible to the first affiliate link in a post, either above or below the link.

For Amazon, it has to say "as an Amazon Associate I may earn from qualified purchases" and this has to be directly above your first Amazon link in post.

Thank you Abie...

Most welcome :)

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Hello WA Family,

I am just curious what are your experiences with google's pagespeed insights. In some days, my website has about 80 to 90 grades desktop and about 50 to

I always compare it to Google Site Speed insights to make sure it is accurate. If you use Google to check it out, it will give you ways to correct errors and warnings.

I’ve never had a site fluctuate that differently. That does seem strange. All I can think, is that your cache isn’t being generated correctly. Are you using SitePlus+ set to Accelerated or Extreme?

When you look at the break down that is causing the issues, especially when it is in the red, what are the culprits?

What are your opinionsexperiences about pagespeed insights?

What are your opinionsexperiences about pagespeed insights?

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Website Development & Programming
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Hello WA Family,

I am just curious what are your experiences with google's pagespeed insights. In some days, my website has about 80 to 90 grades desktop and about 50 to

I always compare it to Google Site Speed insights to make sure it is accurate. If you use Google to check it out, it will give you ways to correct errors and warnings.

I’ve never had a site fluctuate that differently. That does seem strange. All I can think, is that your cache isn’t being generated correctly. Are you using SitePlus+ set to Accelerated or Extreme?

When you look at the break down that is causing the issues, especially when it is in the red, what are the culprits?

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