What is an affiliate link? An affiliate link is a link on a website that refers to a product or service, and if a customers makes a purchase, a referral commission is given.
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. 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.
But here’s the most important thing: I only recommend things I personally stand behind and use or have used myself. So the affiliate links on Migrationology.com are like a curated list of things I use and approve.
Throughout my blog I have included affiliate links to products, services, and hotels that I recommend. Being an affiliate helps me to earn money to continue to provide helpful food and travel tips on my blog.
If you have any questions about affiliates and products I recommend, don’t hesitate to contact me on my contact page.
Talk about this portfolio piece–who you did it for and why, plus what the results were (potential customers love to hear about real-world results). Discuss any unique facets of the project–was it accomplished under an impossible deadline?–and show how your business went above and beyond to make the impossible happen.