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To put this into practical terms on my website, I’ll give you an example:
I take photos and videos, and a camera is one of the tools I use everyday. On my resources page, I recommend the camera I use because I really like it. If you were to purchase the camera through the link on my resources page, at no extra cost to you, I would receive a commission for my referral.
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Last Updated: September 2, 2017