Oops! I forgot I needed to have one of these so…here we go.
First, Kristy K. James respects the privacy of all visitors to her website and will never, ever, share, sell, trade, or give their private information to any individual or company – unless required to do so by law.
This blog is for informational purposes, for readers to get to know the author, and so the author can get to know her readers, too. While the owner tries to be as accurate as she can when sharing information, there is always the possibility that she’ll get it wrong.
So this is the ‘kids, don’t try this at home,’ kind of warning.
The owner of this blog doesn’t make any guarantees about the content of her posts. There may sometimes be omissions and/or errors, and the owner will not be held liable for any damages, injuries or losses should readers try any of the things she writes about.
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***Kristy K. James is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com or myhabit.com.***
(aka: the explanation copied from my 11 Cool Uses For Puppy Pads Post)
And now for the promised explanation. If bloggers use affiliate links for companies like iTunes and Amazon, they can make a small commission if readers click on those links and make a purchase. They can even click on it and buy something else if they want, but I don’t particularly understand that yet.
So, if over the course of one month, six people clicked on the link for puppy pads, Amazon would pay me $4.80 (4.0% commission). If 3,131 people (lololol!) clicked on it during that same month, I’d earn $5,320.00 (if my math is correct – at 8.5%).
Anyway, it works for all of the book links on my website too (meaning I could earn a few extra cents per book for anyone clicking on my purchase links for Amazon).
Why the explanation? The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) says that I have to warn readers – or risk getting in trouble. And believe me, I can get into enough trouble without adding something like that to it. 🙂