WineLoverMagazine.com uses affiliate links to monetize its content. The following FAQ explains the details.
What Are Affiliate Links?
Affiliate Links are URLs that refer users to online shops (or specific products in online shops) on click. The referral is recorded, and if the user buys the product, WineLoverMagazine.com receives monetary compensation for the sale. It’s fair to say that an affiliate link is a paid product recommendation.
Why Does WineLoverMagazine.com Use Affiliate Links?
WineLoverMagazine.com is a free source of educational content, and we firmly believe that giving our content away for free is the right thing to do. Nevertheless, we have to pay for web hosting, software, and other costs that arise from providing our content. Affiliate links help us cover these costs and keep our content free.
Do Affiliate Links Affect the Price of Recommended Products?
No, the price you pay for a product is the same, no matter if you find it via an affiliate link, a Google search, or any other means. You don’t have any disadvantages when clicking affiliate links.
How Does WineLoverMagazine.com Use Affiliate Links?
We use affiliate links in three different ways:
- as text links, built directly into our articles
- as image ads, containing product pictures and relevant information, including product name, price, and retailer
- as native ads at the bottom of our articles, showing products related to the content
In Which Affiliate Programs Does WineLoverMagazine.com Participate?
WineLoverMagazine.com participates in the affiliate programs of the following companies:
- Certified Piedmontese