To meet Amazon’s appropriate conduct standards, you need to publish the following Amazon disclosure statement (or a substantially similar statement) on your site:
|As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.|
An alternative Amazon disclaimer you can use is:
|Adr1ft.com 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.com.|
Wondering why there are two drastically different versions of the disclaimer for amazon affiliates? The first disclaimer is Amazon’s latest recommendation, whereas the second is what Amazon recommended until October 2019.
You’re free to use either, as both comply with Amazon’s guidelines, but given its brevity, we recommended the first disclaimer.
Unlike Amazon, the FTC doesn’t insist that your affiliate disclosure follow a certain template. Instead, the commission evaluates whether your disclosure is adequately clear to the average user.
We recommend that you use the following FTC affiliate disclosure statement on your website or blog:
|I get commissions for purchases made through links in posts of this website.|