Affiliate Disclaimer

In accordance with Federal Trade Commission (FTC) law, We are required to disclose that Emailgroupie Education features affiliate links throughout the site, including (but not limited to) blog posts, email mailers, and social media posts.

What is an affiliate link?

Affiliate links are like regular URLs that take you to the products I recommend, but by clicking them, I make a small commission on the products you purchase. You are not obligated in any way to pay this commission, the company you shopped with does.

Why am I using affiliate links?

In order to support the creativity of this website I utilize affiliate links primarily to generate enough income to cover website expenses, such as hosting, marketing, and web-based tools. I also want to share in my blog posts products that I use that can help you with your day to day life. 

Are they safe?

Yes! Many of the websites you visit utilize affiliate links in their content, and should be providing you with an informative message like this, as well.

In terms of privacy, your purchase information is tracked by the affiliate marketing companies I work with..

While I do have access to information about the types of products that folks who click these links buy, I do not have any identifying information about the customer themselves.

Which companies do I work with?

It is important to understand that I am not an employee of any company. My ultimate goal is to recommend the best products available for self-taught web developers, and you can rest assured that I stand behind each and every product on my site. In all cases, I review these products myself before recommending them.

That being said, the affiliate links that Emailgroupie Education include the following companies:

Jvzoo [jvzoo.com]

Udemy [udemy.com]

Amazon [amazon.com]

Commission Junction [cj.com]

Sharasale [sharasale.com]

Mailchimp [mailchimp.com]

Still have questions?

We are more than happy to answer your questions! Please feel free to email us at info@emailgroupie.co