In order to comply with the recent FTC ruling over bloggers getting paid to write stuff, we offer the following disclosure policy. If you are reading our blog, then you should assume the following:
- We make money from every post we put on this blog. If we aren’t making money from every blog post, then it was an oversight on our part and it will be corrected soon.
- Every link on this blog is a paid link. If it is not a paid link, then it is was an oversight on our part and it will become a paid link soon.
- Every product we write about this blog, we get for free. If we didn’t get it for free, then obviously there was a miscommunication with the company who send it and we will be billing them for the cost so that the product becomes free.
- We make money from every tweet we send out on Twitter. If we didn’t make money on the tweet, then it was an oversight on our part and will be corrected soon.
- We make money from every posts we send out on Facebook. If we didn’t make money on the post, then it was an oversight on our part and will be corrected soon.
- If you e-mail us, all the information in your e-mail is ours as we please, such as exploit for financial profit, use as blackmail and even quote on our blog.
- If something on the Internet is making a lot of money, you can definitely bet we will be on it. If we aren’t in on it, then it was an oversight on our part and will be corrected soon.
- Just because we get paid to blog, tweet, post, shares, etc – does not means we will give you or your company positive review, blog post or endorsement. As a matter of fact, the chances are likely to be high that we will perform body slam on you.
Amen *clears throat* we hope that our statement above will clears up any misunderstanding you might have about our blog posts, Facebook posts or Twitter tweets. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us. Just remember what we said about e-mails.
The owner of this website 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 properties including, but not limited to, amazon.com, endless.com, myhabit.com, smallparts.com, or amazonwireless.com.
We are also a participant in the ShareASale LLC Associate Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for the sites to earn advertising fees by promoting products and linking to ShareASale properties, including but not limited to rcmoment.com, dji.com and hobbywow.com, including drones and electronic gadgets websites.
Finally, we are a participant in the ClickBank Associate program, an affiliate advertising program that focused on promoting other websites programs specifically for drone pilots and clients to acquire and consumer for their own use. We earn advertising fees from promoting products to support our site.
All of the advertising fees that we generate through affiliate marketing helps us keep our site online so that we can continue to deliver the best content and information from a team of experienced remote pilots directly to you. These fees also are used to pay for editors, staffs and server costs.
Affiliate Program Recommendations:
Because I said that every blog posts and pages will make money. I want to take an opportunity to encourage you to become an affiliate marketer. These three affiliate programs I highly recommend is ShareASale, Amazon and Clickbank.
For more information about how to become a successful affiliate marketer. I encourage you to read my brother’s guide on how to grow and run a profitable affiliate marketing website. You will learn a lot about what it takes to become an affiliate marketer.
Why Affiliate Disclosure Is Important?
Because it is a good business practice and I want you to know that I make money at no extra charge to you. I am a nice person, I know. But like everyone else does, we need money to pay off our house bills, food bills, gas bills and of course server costs.
It is illegal to do affiliate marketing without disclosing to your readers that some of the links consist affiliate links. If you do see some website owners using affiliate links without a proper disclosure policy, not only it is a bad business practice, it makes them dishonest and less trustworthy.
Because I said before that I made money off all the posts and pages. I want to share with you my top five favorite drones for money making. I am a current DJI Mavic Pro (See Price) and DJI Mavic Pro 2 (See Price) user. I absolutely love them to death and I can’t just get enough of them.
So, if you are thinking of buying a drone to start your own business. I recommend these follow drones in ranking order:
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Thank you for reading our Affiliate Disclosure policy. I hope you understand and engage with us in future business as we continue to share to the world how good the drones can be.