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Our site is part of the Amazon and Skimlinks affiliate marketing programs, in which publishers earn small fees by recommending products from online stores.

When you click a link on our website leading to a product on Amazon, we have a chance to earn a small referral fee, usually between 1% and 4%. For instance, if you buy a Kindle case that costs $11.99, we will earn $0.48.

Affiliate marketing is used not only by hundreds of thousands of smaller websites but also by leading news sites such as Forbes or The New York Times.

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Each of our posts that include affiliate links is clearly marked by a disclosure right below the title: “If you buy an item via this post, we may get a small affiliate fee.”

We also earn referral fees from links placed in “Featured” boxes.

You can easily recognize affiliate links on our site:

  • Amazon – an affiliate link includes one of the following elements (usually at the end): ?tag=efly or &tag=efly. Links are directing to the main Amazon store at amazon.com.
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Updated on May 29, 2022

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