8 Websites With Easy Jobs And Guaranteed Payments To Make Money Online In Your Free Time

If you want to earn extra cash whether just to pay for something like your Netflix subscription or maybe save and accumulate to make a decent amount over time, then this post will direct you to 8 different websites where you can make money online in your free time by doing the simplest of tasks.

In my quest to achieve financial freedom while having no day job at the same time, I tend to always be searching for different ways to make money. One of those ways is to make money online doing some short tasks like taking a survey or testing an app or months-long projects like auditing social media feeds or search results quality.

I have tried so many websites and jobs and many of them are not really worth wasting your time on, but there are a few that I really loved because they either provided easy tasks or the money was good, and then there are a few that I haven’t tried yet, however, I only read positive things about them from people who tried them.

So in this post you will read about 8 easy and legitimate ways you can make money online in your free time.


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1. Appen

This is the best among any online job website I have used so far.

Appen is an online crowdsourcing marketplace that companies and businesses hire to get certain tasks done. Appen offers these tasks as available jobs on their website. You apply to the job that you are qualified for and wait for an acceptance email.

Requirements to work with Appen

When you receive your first job offer you will be asked to provide a scanned copy of your ID, driving license, or passport as a form of identifying your identity.

You will also need to set up an account with Payoneer to be able to receive your payments.

Jobs on Appen

On Appen, you can search for jobs by type of job or by location or both, to be able to find something suitable that you qualify for.

They have a verity of jobs you can apply to including translation, search results quality rating, social media evaluation, app testing, transcription and more. And there are jobs available for most countries.

Many of the jobs will require that you study certain material/guidelines to follow throughout the project. Some jobs will require you to take a certain test or more than one test to see if you qualify for the job and/or test your knowledge after you have studied the guidelines.

Once you passed the tests and got accepted for the job, you are sent an email with the details of job, which website/programs you will need to complete it and other general guidelines.

However, you wouldn’t necessarily find jobs all the time, not sure about other countries, but projects in Egypt are not available all the time, sometimes there is a lot of work available and other times there is nothing.

But once you have signed up with them, they send you emails whenever there is a job opportunity available that you would qualify for.

Appen Customer support

One of the things I like about Appen is that they have very helpful customer service and technical support, since each project has different requirements and works with different programs, so you may run into difficulties from time to time and you would need help fixing whatever error or problem you’re facing so you don’t miss your hours. But I have always received a quick response from them.

And in the worst case scenario where a problem occurs and prevents you from completing your job in time, you can log that day/hour as technical or the available equivalent, as long as you have already contacted them and filed a ticket.

Pay rate and working hours on Appen

Pay rates on Appen hugely differ based on the job you take on. The tasks I have worked on were anywhere between $1 per hour and $6 per hour.

I am sure that there are tasks that pay you more than this rate because I know people who made more than this per hour. However, I wouldn’t be able to know the exact pay rates for other jobs because, in most cases, you only know the rate once you are accepted for the job.

There are projects that require a certain number of hours per day, ranging between 1 and 4 hours, and/or certain number of days per week, ranging between 5 and 7 days.

And there are other projects that you can just do them whenever you have the time (usually with a deadline though).

You can find the available jobs on Appen and apply to them here.

2. MTurk

MTurk or Amazon Mechanical Turk is a crowdsourcing marketplace much like Appen. They deal with businesses that has certain tasks/jobs that can be done remotely and connect these tasks to workers all over the world.

It is also one of the good online job websites I tried.

Requirements to work with MTurk

The procedure to start working for MTurk is a little bit more complicated than the other websites on this list as they require you to fill a tax form. You can learn more about this here.

The other difference here is that with MTurk you are only paid money if you are a US resident, otherwise your incentive would be in vouchers (Amazon gift cards).

Unless they find you eligible and you have a US bank account where you can withdraw your money, then you can get paid and you can withdraw that money to your local bank account. (And I still can’t figure out why websites add this as an option. If I live in another continent, why would I have a bank account in the US, seriously?). 

Jobs on MTurk

I worked on this website a few years back, and they have different types of tasks including data entry, editing, translation, transcription, surveys, and more.

The ones I used to work on were either research surveys (which in most cases were VERY long, but I had plenty of free time), content writing, or transcription tasks.

There are available jobs almost all the time on MTurk. You go to the All HITs tab to see all the available jobs at the moment and if you qualify for a job, you will find an option to accept it. If you don’t qualify it will usually mention the reason why you don’t qualify

You can sort the available jobs by the highest paying, the recently added, or the HIT rate required.

Usually going for the recently added jobs is the better way to go, especially for surveys, because if it has been added for a while they may already have gathered the data they need for the job.

Job qualification on MTurk

There is one important thing when accepting jobs on MTurk though, it is that with every job you accept, you will need to make sure that you finish the job as efficiently as you can, because when you are done with your task, it is submitted for review by the person/business that submitted the job.

If your results were rejected, you obviously won’t get paid for the job. But that’s not all, your acceptance and rejection rate is counted and can reflect on the type of jobs you would qualify for in the future.

Many of the jobs would require a high HIT approval rate which is a percentage of the answers/results you submitted that got accepted divided by all the jobs you submitted.

One other thing is every task has a deadline. So when you accept a task, you will need to finish it before the deadline which can vary from a few minutes to a few hours depending on the type of the task.

If you don’t finish the job in time, it is automatically withdrawn and added back to the queue for someone else to work on it.

While it’s not a big deal if you missed the deadline once or twice, they still count the rate between the jobs you accepted and those that got submitted. So if you keep accepting jobs and not finishing them, this will hurt your HIT submission rate.

And just like the case with the HIT approval rate, some jobs may have a requirement that you have a certain percentage to qualify for the job.

Pay rate on MTurk

Unlike Appen, on MTurk you can clearly see how much a task would pay before accepting it.

Of the jobs I worked on, surveys were probably the least rewarding, unless you’re lucky enough and you qualify for some $15 survey.

The rate for the jobs hugely vary though, I have seen tasks ranging anywhere between $0.01 and $25. There could be tasks that pay more than this but this is the amount I have seen during the time I worked on the website.

Sign up to work with MTurk here.

3. Lionbridge

This one is my least favourite, despite it being generally a good website with decent payments.

But because the tasks I used to qualify for were usually rating quality scores or locating areas on maps, and it was probably one of the most boring things I have ever done, but it did pay a good amount per hour, so if you need to make money while sat on your couch, you’ll do it.

This is just my personal experience though based on what jobs were available for my country, but Lionbridge has more jobs than this.

Jobs on Lionbridge

The available jobs on Lionbridge include translation, social media evaluation, interpretation, quality score rating, and more.

There is only a selected number of countries in Europe, America and Asia that has available jobs though. While jobs in African countries don’t seem to be available much recently. This is the current list of countries with available jobs.

When you select your country, it will give you a list of the available jobs for it and you can then pick the one you want to work on to fill an application. You will then receive an email with instructions and details of the job.

The tasks I applied for, like Appen, also required studying a certain guideline and passing a test before I can start working.

Pay rate on Lionbridge

Lionbridge’s rates are probably the best among the online job websites on this list, you can get paid $14-$16 per hour. However, some jobs would per task and the payment will entirely depend on the type of tasks and the country too.

Similar to Appen, Lionbridge does not disclose the pay rate for a job publicly, however, in their communications during the recruitment process, they notify you with all details including your pay rate.

4. Viewpoint Panel

I haven’t had much luck with survey sites in general, and of all the ones I signed up to, this one is the only one that sends me surveys frequently.

When you sign up with them, you fill in a personal survey to complete your profile with all your interests, some personal habits of yours, and some info about your life and your family, so they can send you the types of surveys that are actually suited for you. Because surveys usually target a specific group of people within a certain age or that have certain habits.

There are surveys available for several countries across Africa, America, Australia, Europe, and Asia, unlike many other websites that only provide surveys for a specific country/region.

Some surveys are short and some are a bit long, however, the longer ones tend to have higher rewards most of the time.

They send you an email once there is a survey available for you and in the email it mentions how much you will be paid for the survey so you can decide whether to take it or not.

The one downside to this website is that if you are not quick enough to take the survey, and by quick I mean in the span of 1-2 hours and sometimes less, it would probably already be completed. This is why I haven’t been able to make much money through it, because I’m almost always late.

Pay rate on Viewpoint Panel

Rewards can vary between $0.60 to $4 per survey. I haven’t received any survey that was lower or higher than this threshold, however, on the website they mention that you can get up to $10 per survey.

It is still a pretty small amount, I know; but you don’t spend much time on the surveys and also the money adds up. So, if you are already free, it wouldn’t hurt to make use of that time and add a few cents or dollars to your account.

The minimum threshold to transfer your money is $12.50, and they provide two options to redeem your earnings, either through Paypal or G-Codes (vouchers).

You can sign up to viewpoint panel here.

5. AppTrailers

This one is the easiest on the list. It’s like making money online for almost doing nothing.

This is an app that pays you for watching videos of app trailers. With each video you watch, you earn points and when points accumulate, you can then have them exchanged for gift cards for things like Amazon, iTunes, Starbucks and Google Play.

I haven’t went through the redeeming points process because I was bummed to know that it doesn’t work here, so I can watch videos and play games on the app but won’t be able to redeem those points for anything.

I really wish I could find a similar app that works here though, because this would be just free money! It is great if you’re like me and already buy iTunes credit or use Starbucks, you can earn points so you can get that stuff for free.

This app is available on both Apple store and Google play.

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Other suggestions to make money online

I asked people on Twitter if they have suggestions based on their experience taking online jobs. And some of them provided good suggestions.

6. Opinion Outpost

This is a survey website that was recommended by Alia and Mars when asked about the websites they found most rewarding and legitimate of all the ones they’ve used.

Alia said that she usually got paid within 15-20 days if she was consistent in taking surveys everyday. And Mars also said she got paid the quickest on this one through Paypal.

When you sign up to Opinion Outpost, they will email you surveys and each one you complete you earn points, you can then exchange these points in the form of cash payment or gift cards.

This one is available in selected countries only, Egypt was not among them so I couldn’t try it out and see how good it is.

7. Ipsos

Ipsos is a website that has multiple opportunities to make money including working as a mystery shopper, taking part in surveys, or becoming an interviewer. Alia also mentioned this website among the ones she finds most rewarding and uses it for taking surveys.

The survey platform is called i-Say and thankfully it is available for countries in the MENA region among other countries too. And they have an app for both iOS and Android devices.

I signed up for it, and it looks promising. You earn points between 5 and 100 for each survey you take. Once you have earned enough points, you can then exchange the points for gift cards/e-vouchers.

They also offer something else that I found quite interesting.

Each member who clicks on a survey link, whether completes the survey or gets screened out for not matching clients’ needs, or due to the quota being full, is automatically entered into a prize draw for a chance to win a gift voucher for a specific amount of money. And they pick one winner every month.

When I accessed the website I was directed to the Egyptian version, so I found vouchers for shops here in Egypt, and prizes that they offer are in EGP. So the type of vouchers and amount of prizes will differ based on which country you are accessing it from.

8. Ebates

There’s another way to make money online which is to shop on websites that give you cash back offers on your purchased items.

This website was recommended by Marissa McDaniel. She says that among all the online tasks she’s tried to make more money, the website that she benefited from the most and found to be more rewarding was Ebates and other similar websites.

This may count more as saving money than it is making money, however, this eventually leads to you having more money in your wallet, so it gives the same end-result.

Ebates provides up to 40% cash back and you can shop from more than 2,500 shops on their website and app. They send out payments quarterly, and you can have your cash sent to you through Paypal or a check to your address. There is also an option to have it sent to your bank account by entering your credit card details, but that is only for US residents.

You also get a welcome bonus by joining them and spending $25 within the first 90 days. Click here to join.

If you know of other reliable and legitimate websites to make money online, please share them in the comments.

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Getting Started With Affiliate Programs For Beginners

A short guide to familiarise you with what affiliate programs and marketing platforms are, how they work, and how to start becoming an affiliate marketer. Plus 5 briefly discussed examples: CJ Affiliate, Rakuten Marketing, ShareASale, FlexOffers, and Amazon Associates.

For those who are just getting started in affiliate marketing and want to have a quick overview of what it all means, this is the post for you.

I have briefly discussed affiliate programs in this post 5 Online Businesses That Work, however, at the time, I hadn’t yet tried it and so I only knew very little information. Now that I have been doing this for a while longer, I came to know it much better and summed it up in a few points where it can make it easier for someone who is just getting started.


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So, first things first!

What Is An Affiliate Program?

Affiliate programs are programs where a certain company provides you with unique links and banners to their products and services and encourages you to advertise them in exchange for a certain commission.

Commissions can be a fixed amount per product sold or a percentage of the whole sale made.

This commission you get does not affect the price of the original product/service, so the buyer is not affected by such deal.

In most cases, in order for a company to agree to your request to become an affiliate partner for them, you first need to have a platform of some sort. They will need to know what kind of channels you will be using to promote their product/service and how many people you can reach.

In this post, I’m mainly addressing people with websites or blogs, but the same thing goes for people with social media pages, youtube channels, or email lists.

The requirements differ based on each company, some may require you have a minimum number of views/followers/visitors before you are accepted; some may only accept websites with domains you own while others can accept free blogs.

What Is An Affiliate Marketing Platform?

It’s a network through which affiliate marketers/publishers can find a wide range of companies from all industries to join their affiliate programs. It’s an easier way to connect affiliate marketers with advertisers.

When you sign up with an affiliate marketing platform, you then have a variety of affiliate programs to sign up for. All you need to do is search for the product/service type that suits your niche and you will find a company that you can sign up for.

The First Thing You Need To Know Before You Start With Affiliate Marketing

Before I started with affiliate programs, I read a lot about it; and the one thing that everyone stresses on endlessly is that you should only promote products you trust and have used before (which is quite interesting because if everyone knows that, then how come we have all those scammers?)

Jokes aside though, this is absolutely important. You should definitely refrain from ever promoting anything on your website/blog/channel that you are not 100% sure of its integrity and quality.

Simply because if you have readers who trust your opinion and follow your suggestion and buy or subscribe to something that was promoted on your website, and then that thing turns out to be a scam or a bad service/product, not only have you lost that reader’s respect and trust, but they might as well tell others about their experience, and you end up with a bad reputation which will certainly jeopardize your business and the integrity of your content overall. Now, why would you ever want to be in such position?

How To Choose Which Affiliate Programs To Sign Up For

In order to make money using affiliate links (and in most cases, to actually get accepted by said program), you need to be promoting something that has to do with what you are already blogging about or close to the niche of your blog/website.

For example, every now and then I write a blog post about book recommendations where I share the things I found inspiring in a certain book that I’ve read; so I share links for the readers to direct them to where they can buy that book to read it too.

My website revolves around ways to make money and grow financially as well as mentally, so you will never find an affiliate link here that suggests you buy a cook book, for example, or some cleaning detergent or something (even if I did use them and know how good they really are!). This just doesn’t give a good overall impression for the visitor who may be visiting your website for the first time.

It is better to stick to things that someone who is interested in reading the content of your blog will be interested in purchasing. If I am on a cooking website, chances I will be interested in buying a new laptop are quite slim; however I will like to see, and maybe buy, the kitchenware and ingredients this blogger used to cook that certain recipe I’m reading about.

Where To Find Affiliate Programs

If you are undecided about the product you want to promote, it will be helpful if you are signed up with one of the major affiliate marketing platforms like Share A Sale, CJ Affiliate, or Flex Offers (discussed briefly later in this post), where they offer you a variety of options to choose from.

However, if you do have specific products in mind, every product or service you are using most likely has an affiliate program. In most cases, when you visit the website for this product, you will find something that includes “Affiliate” at the bottom of their homepage. When you click that it redirects you to the page where they give you the information about their program and how to sign up for it and if there are any requirements in order to be accepted.

Some websites sign you up directly through their website, while others will direct you to the affiliate marketing platform that they advertise through, and there you would need to sign up to that platform first then apply to the affiliate program of that company you want through the platform.

In case you don’t find the Affiliate option on the homepage of the product/service you want to promote, you can always just Google “company name affiliate program” and you will find the affiliate page there.

It is worth mentioning though that there are some companies that just don’t have an affiliate program.

How To Add Affiliate Links To Your Website/Blog

This is one of my biggest pet peeves. It is when I visit a website and feel like I just went into a website for ads that occasionally has content. These kinds of website just automatically start the “scam alert” in my brain.

When placing ads/affiliate links, make sure you choose wisely where to present them. Think of the person whom you want to check out this product, will they need to see it first thing on your homepage? Or is it something that would go better within a certain blog post?

I have many banners/ads for free online courses on the website here, but I make sure to not scatter those links randomly everywhere. For example, if I’m writing a post about saving money, that’s when I expect someone to be interested in this Managing My Money* course, or if it’s a post about ways to invest your money, then yea maybe the reader will want to check a course on investment.* But they won’t necessarily feel interested in these courses when they are reading the intro to my website. So adding them there will just create distraction.

Generally, just make sure every link you add has a reason to be there, and put yourself in your website visitor’s mind, looking at the content of this page, are they likely to click on this link/ad?

Also, it’s important to pay attention to the overall appeal of your website. Don’t over crowd it with ads, even if relevant. I have some links on my homepage, but I choose to place them at the very bottom, for example, and I choose small banners to place, so it does not take away from the overall look that I’m going for, which is classic, presentable, and somewhat formal.

Your homepage is probably the first thing most visitors will see, so make sure you pay extra attention to that.

The 5 Affiliate Marketing Platforms I’m Currently Signed Up To

I normally sign up for certain platforms because the company that sells a products I want to promote is using that platform as their affiliate service. So for example I didn’t know about ShareASale until I wanted to sign up for Redbubble’s Affiliate Program (which was rejected). But that’s how I find out about affiliate marketing websites.

On these websites however you can search for a company to sign up to using search options, you can filter if you want companies of a certain niche. Some companies will take a few days to review your request before accepting or rejecting you as an affiliate partner. And in rare cases you may get accepted immediately once you apply. It all depends on that company’s policy.

ShareASale

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It is one of the most popular affiliate marketing platforms with lots of reputable companies listed as advertisers there. Even though I only signed up to this program to become a Redbubble affiliate and that got declined, I thought of checking it out anyway, and I ended up signing up with a few other great advertisers whose services I have already been using and loving

ShareASale also has a referral program of its own, so if you are a publisher on their platform and you direct someone else to sign up and make money through them, you get a bonus. You can read more about it here*.

CJ Affiliate

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This is one of the biggest affiliate marketing platforms out there with companies like Apple Inc. as advertisers and one of the oldest too (established 1998). Though I only found out about it when I wanted to sign up with ebooks.com, and I’m glad I did.

One of my favourite things about this platform is that every now and then they send you emails about new offers and discounts to help you promote, whether with advertisers you are signed up with or potential ones that you may be interested in, which I find very helpful because I don’t always have time to check each website for offers, so it’s cool when it’s delivered to my email instead.

Unlike the other platforms on this list, this one does not have a referral program. You can check this page to know more about their program and join.

Flex Offers

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I knew about this initially from an article I read by someone who I, unfortunately, can’t remember right now. It was among the articles I was reading to educate myself about the matter before I got into it.

So this was the first program I signed up for when I was still trying to figure out how this whole thing works. And this was the hardest for me to get through its application, it felt almost impossible to do; big part of that was due to the fact I had absolutely zero knowledge.

Anyway, they require you to add a code on your website’s header as part of your application process, but there is an option if you don’t have access to the actual HTML code, you can email them and they will tell you an alternative to add the word “flexoffers” on a visible page on your website and email them the link, so they make sure you are the owner of the website/blog (and it took me AGES to figure that alternative out, which is probably why it took so long to get through the application).

This program has a variety of advertisers to choose from and the cool thing about it is they are all sorted by categories so you can easily find something in your niche.

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One other thing FlexOffers has is an affiliate program of their own called FexRev Share when you direct another person to sign up to become an affiliate on their website, and that person makes money, you get a commission.

While the other affiliate platforms have similar referral programs, with FlexOffers you can get commissions as high as 50%. Click this link* if you want to get started.

Rakuten Marketing

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Another huge platform, that is also among the oldest affiliate networks (established 1999). I joined it when I wanted to signed up for *Future Learn‘s affiliate program.

This one along with ShareASale both have a really easy-to-navigate, user-friendly interface. It won’t take long before you know how everything works.

Rakuten Marketing also has a referral program of its own, you can read about what they offer publishers/marketers here*. They also have an option to get coupons which you can use to buy products from the likes of Samsung, Macys’s, Walmart, and more. You can sign up here* to get started.

Amazon Associates

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Needless to say, Amazon is the most popular and most likely the oldest affiliate program out there (since 1996). Amazon Associates program is different from the other affiliate marketing platforms because with Amazon you are only promoting Amazon products. And they have A LOT.

I have been wanting to write this post just so that I can write about the mistake I made when I mentioned Amazon’s program in 5 Online Businesses That Work post.

In that post, I said (and it is now corrected) that you cannot sign up to that program if you live in Egypt, but I was completely wrong (hence, I signed up!). I obviously was still not familiar enough with the website, so I misunderstood what was going on. But, I’m glad I got to clarify that here.

You can sign up from anywhere (well, almost anywhere, there are some US states and other territories that are not allowed to sign up with Amazon for tax reasons).

Upon signing up, you will need to choose which Amazon territory you will sign up for. There’s Amazon US, Amazon UK, Amazon China, etc. You would mostly choose based on from which area you receive your most views/visitors. If you get high views from more than one area and you want to sign up to more than one, you will need to fill an application for each of the different amazon territories separately, have separate tracking IDs, and therefore get separate links for the same product.

There is an option, however, to merge your Amazon accounts together if you will sign up to more than one. So that, for example, if you signed up to Amazon UK and US because the majority of your site visitors are from these two locations, then you can merge the accounts so that you can have just one unique link; and if someone from these two places purchase through that link, you get the commission.

The tricky thing about Amazon though is that they do not accept you right away. You will sign up, and wait for approval, but even when you get the approval to access their links and offers, you are still not an affiliate partner just yet.

They give you 180 days to provide your first 3 sales, and when you make those sales, they review your website again and decide whether or not you are approved as a partner. In case you do not provide the 3 sales in the time specified, your application is rejected, but you can apply for it again. You can click this link to sign up and read more about the program.

Signing Up For Multiple Affiliate Marketing Platforms

Just a quick reminder that you shouldn’t sign up with all of these, or randomly choose a few of them, but rather check the actual product you want to promote and then find where to sign up for it.

I have read somewhere that you shouldn’t sign up with many affiliate network websites, however, in my case, my target is the product not becoming an affiliate marketer, so I promote specific products, and these products happen to be with different affiliate marketing platforms, and therefore I ended up subscribing to a bunch of them.

If you will be signing up to more than an affiliate program or affiliate marketing network, it helps to be organized about it so you don’t lose track. Because you will need to check on each of these programs and see how you are doing and find if there are any special discounts or offers you can promote.

So, what I do is I have a table where I record each affiliate marketing platform I’m signed up to and the affiliate programs/companies I signed up for on that platform. This way I always know where to go if I need to find a link to promote a certain product.

Affiliate Disclaimers

One of the things I learned is that if you are going to add affiliate links on your website, you will need to make it clear that you do have affiliate links.

Honestly, at first when I read disclaimers on other people’s websites, I was not sure what the point of that was. I mean, if the person is interested in something advertised on your website and are willing to buy it, what difference would it make to them whether or not you will be getting a commission?

But then I found that the reason why it is important:

  1. Because in many countries (like US and UK) it is actually required by the law. So, if you don’t add that, you are in serious legal trouble.
  2. Due to the fact that sometimes people can say that a certain product is good just so that they would get a commission or just because they got it for free to write a good review. Now, it’s not a surprise to me that people would do that, but I wasn’t thinking of it that way.

It does make sense, as a reader, they need to know that you will be getting a commission off of their purchase so they can decide whether you are referring them to this product just to get the money or if this product is genuinely good and worth it.

And I believe that as long as you are maintaining an honest approach and only promote the things that you know are of good quality, the readers will get that, and therefore adding such disclaimer should never get in the way of you making money or not, on the contrary, it adds to your transparency and earns people’s trust.

If you want to see an affiliate disclaimer/disclosure example, you can check this page that lists some of the requirements and examples of affiliate disclosures

Speaking of disclaimers, links with the * in this post are affiliate links. For the affiliate platforms’ links, it means I will get a commission from those affiliate programs in case you signed up to one of them using my link and actually made money. (In other words, if you make money, I make money, too. How cool is that?)

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