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Food Blogging Collective is a member of a number of affiliate programmes that help keep it running from day to day. If you click on an affiliate link or advert on the site then I may make a little bit of money by acting as the middleman (middle woman, actually), but it won’t cost you any more if you make a purchase. I believe in being totally transparent with my affiliate-marketing strategy and so I like to publish this list of all the programmes I use:
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This programme monetises all sort of links throughout my site. All pages can feature a VigLink (depending on the content), which I why I advertise in my sidebar that I am affiliated with them. By the way, if you follow a link and join VigLink too, then I get a referral commission for that too. Neat, huh?
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Food Blogging Collective is a participant in the Amazon EU Associates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.co.uk.
What this means
Throughout my website, there are numerous recommended kitchen/foodie products that you can purchase to help you get cooking at home. As I am a member of Amazon’s Associates programme, if you click through one of my links, then I receive a small commission for having shown you the way.
Food Blogging Collective makes money online by sometimes placing adverts throughout the website. If ads are seen or clicked then I can earn money directly from AdSense. Sometimes AdSense may place cookies on your computer to help (see more about cookies).
What this means
The adverts placed on this website are chosen through a programme called Google AdSense. AdSense tracks your use on my site and places cookies on your computer to ensure that it shows the best kinds of adverts for you.
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I use one of their beautiful themes for my Meal-Planning site and so I didn’t hesitate to sign up for their affiliate programme.