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Disclosure Of Commercial Relationships And Sponsored Postings.

While the end-user of Internet Marketing Tools and Programs is not charged a fee for access to content on the blog all traffic and visitors are considered as paying clients based on the advertiser earnings this blog generates from your readership. Be it hereby disclosed that commercial relationships do not influence honest reviews on this weblog.

All statements supplied by the advertiser will be clearly marked as an advertisement including sponsored posts and reviews for higher activity. Any post with the (AD) Tag should be considered advertising materials supplied by a 3rd party or purchased by a 3rd party and not a direct endorsement from Internet Marketing Tools and Programs, it’s owners or authors.

What is an Affiliate?

Affiliates share the link or banner image of an advertiser in return for a percentage of sales generated.

“As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.”

” Share-A-Sale, JV Zoo, Clickbank and Commission Junction Affiliate”

Information From Third Parties

The information on this website is only intended as general information. No rights can be derived from the information on this website. The website of Internet Marketing Tools and Programs contains links to websites of third parties, we accept no liability and no responsibility for the content, use or availability of third party websites. The use of such links is at your own risk. The information on such websites has not been further assessed for accuracy, reasonableness, timeliness or completeness by Internet Marketing Tools and Programs. You can not derive any rights from the prices mentioned on this website. Prices may be outdated.

Electronic Data Collection And Acceptable Use Policy

Sign/up Login data will never be sold, rented, shared, or abused. Members joining this website will be held in confidence to non-law enforcement entities to the best of our ability at all times. Post alerts and newsletters sent to members of this blog may contain 3rd party advertising which will be made easy to discern from the requested content and meets all terms for advertisers currently on the website. Third-party Internet Marketing Tools and Programs advertising such as banners, display ads, video pre-roll advertising, sponsored widgets, interactive, interstitial, and other assorted media may contain tracking cookies which collect user information such as type browser, recent activity, user interest, or simply track the customer for the purpose of rewarding an affiliate commission to Internet Marketing Tools and Programs upon a completed sale or advertising click through.

Advertisers where possible are screened to ensure proper disclosures required to opt-in/opt-out mechanism and other legal compliance are met. In some cases such as shared advertising platforms like Google Adsense, we do not have access to pre-approve content from publishers so it is always advised that readers visit the advertising provider first to read their disclosure policies and security statements prior to utilizing their service on our website. You may opt-out of a third-party vendor’s use of cookies for interest-based advertising by visiting

SPAM Is Not Tolerated By Any Advertiser Or Member On

Our Anti SPAM Policy is simple. We report SPAM by any member to the proper authorities and contribute to groups such as Akismet to help eliminate criminal SPAM from the Internet in accordance with the rule set by the Congress of the United States in the CAN-SPAM Act. Users, authors, administrators, and owners are prohibited from utilizing this website in a manner that would either directly lead to UFC SPAM or result in members or readers being subjected to such abuse. Anyone found to violate this policy will be reported and will also be subject to civil litigation to recover any damages or perceived damages by Internet Marketing Tools and Programs. Is Funded Through Affiliate Links

Banners or popup ads have never been our thing. We believe that those make consuming content harder and interrupt the reader in ways that are not helpful in what they want to achieve. That’s why we’ve opted not to use traditional advertising altogether.

However, is still a business, and as such, it needs revenue sources to keep the lights on  (and make a profit, ideally).

This is where affiliate links come into play. Some of our posts contain them. If you click on such an affiliate product link and end up making a purchase , we’ll receive a commission from the seller. The amount you pay for the product doesn’t increase, so there’s no cost on your part. 

These affiliate commissions help us keep the business running. 

Why Affiliate Links?

We believe using affiliate links is a better overall business model than traditional ads.

  • First, there is the interruption issue with regular ads.
  • Second, traditional ads don’t provide any actual value above letting the person know about a given product.

It’s a different story with affiliate links.

We always aim to tell you what the best “thing” in a given comparison is and we put our reputation on it.

Do Affiliate Links Make Us Biased?

You’re probably wondering if using affiliate links doesn’t make us biased or have influence over our judgment.

The short answer is no. But it goes deeper:

Our recommendations are always made entirely by the writer working on a given piece and aren’t influenced by our affiliations in the market. It’s the writer who has the full authority and independence to name the top solution according to their analysis and conclusions.

We only affiliate with recognizable brands and quality products. This makes recommending them very easy and intuitive.

In simple terms, we never say that some product is great because we’re affiliated with it. It’s the other way around: we affiliate only with products that we think are great.

On the other hand, we also promote and recommend our fair share of non-affiliate products and solutions, and even named them to be better than some of the more commercial stuff out there.

One of the best examples of this and something we recommend across tens of different resources and content pieces is WordPress itself (for general site-building) along with WooCommerce (for eCommerce site building). 

Why Are We Telling You This?

First, it’s illegal not to disclose affiliations.

But apart from that, we’ve decided to take this opportunity and opt for full transparency. This is why we’re getting so in-depth about our affiliations and why we’re taking part in them.