Affiliate Disclaimer

Hey – Suburban Steader here!

I believe in being open and honest about things on the web so it’s important that you know the following:

SuburbanSteader.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. Additionally, SuburbanSteader.com participates in various other affiliate programs, and we sometimes get a commission through purchases made through our links.

The goal of this blog is to help educate you and spread the word about being prepared for what life throws at you – emergencies, home ownership, fatherhood, work, etc.  Please realize that, while I enjoy giving you a ton of free content, I am trying to earn an income from this site.

It’s important to note that affiliate links don’t cost you, the customer, anything.  For instance, if I link to a widget on Amazon.com, the price of that widget is the same to you, regardless of whether you get there through my link or not.  Amazon.com just gives me a small cut from their end essentially as a sales commission.

I’m not going to list every link that is an affiliate link – it’s safe to make the assumption that any link to a product or service is an affiliate link.  Please be assured that if I link to something, I am doing so only because I believe in that product or service and think that you will benefit from it as well.  I would never steer you to an inferior product or service just to make a quick buck.

Please note that links are not bought on my site with the exception of potential advertisers banners.  Be assured, however, that I will not allow just anyone to advertise with me.  I will only allow advertisements from companies and individuals that I believe provide a high quality product or service.  Once again, I won’t lead you wrong.

If you have any questions about this topic, please don’t hesitate to contact me by using the Contact page.  It can be accessed through the link below.

Thanks,
Dan
The Suburban Steader