Anyway, stating the obvious - a commission is only awarded to you when you've done some for a company and they've made a profit. You have to work for it. If someone tells you that you've made a commission but you have no recollection of it - then there isn't such a thing. You must forget that. Don't even try to threaten to sue whoever advise you to claim money out of nowhere. Because there are millions of them and they don't care. You'd only be wasting more of your time. Let's see how the authorities come up with better way to crack them down.
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Hi Kristian, thanks for your comment and questions. The bottom line is being honest and sincere about any products that you recommend. And if you’re in a traffic selling business, you essentially promote products on your clients’ behalf whether you like them or not. If it sounded too scammy I had no options but to reject the order, but I would never know what’s behind with each product unless I use it myself. As a reviewer and blogger, it was hard to run two different business parallelly. About some of the products being too expensive…yes you’re right, some of them are for advanced/corporate users, I perhaps need to review them too. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, I appreciate it.
That’s a good question. I wrote an article on affiliate links that you can find on my site. It goes over everything on where to add them on a blog, social media account, YouTube videos, etc. Hope that helps! And you don’t always need a blog to promote affiliate links, as you could do it on social media or other channels. However, I recommend starting your own blog as you need a consistent audience to generate affiliate revenue.