Affiliate Disclosure

Last updated: June 18, 2020

Hey this is Jay – I want to be crystal clear and up front about my role as an affiliate marketer here at Freelancing School.

I'm here to help you become a confident, profitable freelancer. And the majority of the content on this website is totally free.

But this website is indeed a for profit venture and I want you to know exactly how I generate income here.

So, in the spirit of full disclosure...

A small part of my income is derived as an affiliate marketer. Throughout the pages and posts on this website you will encounter affiliate links to products and services that I recommend as an affiliate.

When you click on these links and purchase, I can receive a commission. In most cases they actually SAVE you money while I earn a small commission.

Although not all links on this website are affiliate links, you should assume that all links that leave this website and take you to another website are affiliate links.  You should expect that I will earn a commission if you follow links from my site and purchase.

With that said, I only promote or link to products and services I personally have researched, vetted, tested, believe in, or are items that I personally use.

In short, you should assume the owner of this website (me) has an affiliate relationship and/or another material connection, to any suppliers of goods and services that may be discussed here, and may be compensated for showing ads or recommending products or services, or linking to the supplier's website.

If you have any questions about a specific product, my relationship with a company or this affiliate disclosure, you can always email me at [email protected]