Updated on September 29, 2023
FTC Disclosure Compliance Rules
FTC updated its Disclosure Compliance regulations in 2015.
This legislation was put in place to protect the interests of digital media consumers by requiring bloggers and publishers to disclose any financial relationships they may have with outside organizations. It is important for the audience to understand whether or not the content publisher is financially benefiting from the recommendation of a specific link or product.
In accordance with FTC regulations, the following should be assumed about any and all articles or links on this site:
All or some of the links on techeish.com are affiliate links, which means I get a cut of the profits made from those products’ purchases.
What Are Affiliate Links?
When a visitor to techeish.com clicks on an affiliate link, they are redirected to the affiliate company’s website, where they can make their purchase (not from techeish).
techeish is financially compensated by Amazon and/or other companies for sending their customers their way.
Readers can rest assured that the price they pay won’t change whether they click on an affiliate link or not.
It makes little to no difference to the customer whether they use an affiliate link or not in terms of price or any other consideration.
Here are techeish’s two primary affiliate networks:
1. Amazon affiliate links.
In order to help support the operation of techeish.com and bring you the best content possible, we have decided to join the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to give our site’s owners a means to earn advertising fees by directing traffic to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.
2. Product affiliate links.
After you click on an affiliate link and make a purchase, I will receive a commission or other kind of payment.
Once again, using these affiliate links will not affect the final price you pay. Accessing the link will not add any more costs to your purchase. There is no “pay per click” system in place for these links.
What about sponsored content?
My blog does not accept sponsored posts. To that end, I will only present facts and figures that have not been manipulated in any way. A clear disclosure will be made at the beginning of the piece if a sponsor wants to publish sponsored material on techeish.
In short, I only endorse goods that I would use personally or suggest to close friends and family.
Thanks to your purchase, I am able to continue my studies. Exceptional appreciation is in order. To put it simply, thank you!
This Disclosure is adapted from BrainProTips.