Many links on EDC Finds regularly use the affiliate programs provided by the relevant marketplace, e-commerce store or brand.
When a client publishes one of these links, someone clicks on it and then goes on to buy something, our clients, or EDC Finds, may receive compensation in the form of an affiliate commission.
It’s important to note that clicking on an affiliate link doesn’t cost the consumer anything, and the commission is paid from the seller’s margin, often as a marketing expense.
In full transparency and in compliance with FTC guidelines, we want to inform you of the following:
In most cases EDC Finds links are affiliate links and a small commission from sales of certain items will be earned.
EDC Finds and its vendors often participate in the many international affiliate programs Amazon has available (a.k.a. Amazon Associates Programs), an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for Bloggers, Influencers, Creators, Creatives, and others to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Amazon.com.mx, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.fr, Amazon.de, Amazon.es, Amazon.it, Amazon.in, Amazon.cn, Amazon.co.jp, Amazon.com.au and Amazon.com.br. The tracking IDs of EDC Finds clients who participate in Amazon’s affiliate program are regularly provided to Amazon Associates account managers,
At times our clients will use a EDC Finds link in conjunction with a review of a product. In some of those cases, the client has received the product for free from the manufacturer or distributor. In such cases it is possible that receipt of the product for free may affect the objectivity of the reviewer.
At times our clients may also use our links with sponsored content – content that was created in some degree for, or on behalf of, a paying party and that party may be the seller of the product, or compensated by the seller for purchases of the product.