Affiliate Disclosure

Viptraffictraining.com may contain affiliate marketing links, which means I get paid commission on sales of those products or services I recommend on this website or in emails you receive from me.

REASONS FOR THIS DISCLOSURE

Various government agencies around the world, particularly in the US and Britain, are concerned that bloggers, tweeters, Facebook friends and other online marketers like myself could mislead you when we endorse products.

I certainly don’t want to mislead you in any way, so let me be absolutely clear:

I make money from this website!

In fact, making money is one of the main reasons I started this website in the first place, (as well as almost every other website that I own)! I am sure you already understood that, but I believe in being honest and transparent so I want to make sure this is absolutely clear!

The money I make from this website may come from several different sources, including various forms of advertising, but mainly it comes from two sources:

  1. By selling my own information products and membership training created from and based on my own experience and knowledge from online marketing.

And

  1. By recommending other people’s products that I believe could be helpful to you. Some of the products I recommend WILL earn me an affiliate commission, although many won’t. Therefore to be safe you should assume that if you click on ANY link on this website and then continue to purchase the product I may earn money from that sale.

I want to be as transparent as possible on my website, not only to protect myself from potential legal problems, but also to provide the most trustworthy experience for my readers.

PRODUCT REVIEW POLICY – MATERIAL CONNECTION DISCLAIMER

  1. I only write positive things about products I actually like and think could be beneficial to you.

Yes, it’s true that most of my reviews on here will be positive. That’s because if I don’t like a product much, and don’t think it will be useful for you, I won’t write a review for it! I know that both you and I are busy building our businesses and therefore there is no need to waste time on products that aren’t useful. (There might be the occasional exception to this rule if I want to warn you about some new sleezy product that has become popular and promises the moon but doesn’t deliver.)

  1. You should always assume the following for everything you read on my website:
  2. a) Every piece of content has a financial impact. This website is here to make money, so please take that into consideration when you read something here. This website accepts forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, paid insertions, affiliate links and/or other forms of compensation. The owner(s) of this website is compensated to provide opinion on products, services, websites and various other topics.
  3. b) Every piece of content may be used to promote products, services, and affiliate businesses. Of course that isn’t always the case, but assume it always is, because it could be that the content you are currently reading was created solely or mainly to make sales.
  4. c) I never promote or endorse a product or service that I don’t believe is valuable to my readers. However, the compensation received may influence the advertising content, topics or posts made on this website. That content, advertising space or post may frequently not be identified as paid or sponsored content.
  5. d) The views and opinions expressed on this website are purely my own. Any product claim, earnings claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider or party in question. A lot of internet marketing products have sales letters that make them sound like the “best thing since sliced bread”. My advice is that you take this into consideration when reading ANY sales letter online. Remember that like every other form of advertising these sales letters were written to sell you a product or service.
  6. e) It is possible that this website contains content which might present a conflict of interest. This content may not be identified.
  7. f) Although I actually buy many of the WSO’s and other products that I recommend, (and pay for them myself), you should always assume that the product creator has given me a free copy and that is why I am reviewing it.