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Creating a Webstore makes use of affiliate relationships with merchants for monetization. This means when you click on links to various merchants on this site and make a purchase, this can result in a commission that is credited to this site. Some affiliate programs and affiliations include, but are not limited to: Commission Junction, HostGator, LinkShare & ShareASale.
The commission earned from these products and services make it possible for me to dedicate my time to this site and pay the bills.
The opinions expressed here are those of myself as an individual and are not necessarily the opinions of nor reflect the views of any merchants I am affiliated with. I have chosen to only recommend products and services on Creating a Webstore that I have thoroughly researched and would use.
Keep in mind that I have a reputation to withhold in order to keep this site going. The traffic to this site is also increasing monthly. A lot of people come here for advice, help and support and therefore take my responsibility very seriously and have to maintain credibility by only recommending quality products and services.
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If you have questions about any affiliations on this website, please don’t hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org — I’ll be more than happy to clarify or provide additional details if necessary.