How this website makes money and the affiliate partners we work with.

Blogging is fun and we enjoy bringing you information-packed content. However, as with anything in life, it comes at a cost. So just a heads up that this website contains affiliate links, which means we may earn a small commission on qualifying purchases.

Although it won’t cost you a cent, these earnings help us continue creating amazing free content for you. So make sure you click on our links if you purchase a product or service we recommend.

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Referral Fees

We earn referral fees when you buy services from companies that we recommend.

We only recommend products that we believe will add value to our readers. We thoroughly test and use all products that we recommend. All opinions are our own, and we do not accept payments for positive reviews.

This monetization method is called affiliate marketing. The biggest brands on the internet offer affiliate programs such as Amazon, eBay, Google, etc. Many of your favourite sites use affiliate marketing to pay the bills.

The only difference is that not everyone tell their users how they make money.

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When you click on these link, you are tagged with a special cookie to track the referral. If you end up buying the product or service, then they pay us a referral fee.

The referral fees vary for each product or service. For a travel accessory that you may buy at Amazon, we might earn €1. For a light-weight WordPress theme, we might earn €50.

eToro Disclaimer

eToro is a multi-asset platform which offers both investing in stocks and crypto assets, as well as trading CFD assets.

CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 67% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work, and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.