What Are Affiliate Links and How Do They Work?

So here's what you need to know. Some of the links on this site are "affiliate links." They look like any other link but they're specially coded to bring a little something extra to the party.

Let's say you see something interesting on this site and you want more information. And let's say you click one of these affiliate links that takes you to another site to get a little more information. And then let's say that while you're over there you like what you see and decide to make a purchase.

Well, as a thank you for bringing you two together, the site owner will send me a little cheddar. We're not talking about quit your job money, but a nice thank you all the same. If you plan on setting up your own website, you should consider adding affiliate links. Every little bit helps.

The cool part about adding affiliate links to your site is that it doesn't affect the price of the purchase. The site owner eats that referral fee so the cost to you is the same whether you go through my affiliate link or not. So if you don't plan on becoming an I Help Salons member and you don't need any of the paid services I provide, this is a painless way for you to show your support for I Help Salons.

Of course, I don't want you buying things you don't need just to help me out. That would be silly. But if you do see something you like and you were going to purchase it anyway, then click away. I appreciate the support.

Otherwise, put down the mouse and slowly back away.


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