You know things are getting a bit serious when you have to create a disclaimer page on your blog. The fact is, whether or not The Aipa Project blog was created with the intent of making money, it’s currently making just a bit of money.
So with that said, the purpose of this disclosure page is to inform you exactly how that money is made.
Legally, the FTC requires me to bring my readers awareness when there could be a potential “hidden interests” or “unspoken biases” related to recommendations.
Allow me to inform you, that I do often make money off of recommendations. If you click on a link and buy something, I may potentially get a commission – which mostly helps pay the bills of keeping this site up and running with hosting, newsletters, design, and enough coffee to get my writing juices flowing.
Per FTC rules, any recommendations or endorsements must be completely unbiased, or I have to disclose my relationship with that person, organization, company, or potential benefit from make such recommendation or endorsement.
I can actually appreciate this Disclosure stuff because it would be a pain in the butt to for myself and readers to be writing little parenthetical phrases stating that I may have gotten or will receive money, food, or some cool gifts.
But so that we are all on the same page, if a post a link to a service, product, website, or article, I may have gotten or received any of the following:
As a reminder – this blog wasn’t started with the intent of making money nor does it continue to exist specifically to make money, but it does make some. And for that, I have to give a big Mahalo to my readers.