A common question that might border you is what type of site is Fixbodyfitness: an affiliate site, a review site, or both? And it may be followed up with how do you make money?
So we’re creating this page to answer those questions. Our main aim is to provide information on how you can get fit and stay fit throughout your life. However, website monetization has become a popular way of offsetting bills on hosting and infrastructure. In view of this, you may come across some product reviews that may help us generate some income.
We earn referral fees when you buy products or services from companies that we recommend.
We only recommend products that we believe will add value to our readers. 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 favorite sites use affiliate marketing to pay the bills.
The only difference is that not everyone will tell their users how they make money.
Sometimes you will see banner ads and other times, you will see a special link unique to each website. When you click on these links, you are tagged with a special cookie to track the referral. If you end up buying the product, then they pay us a referral fee.
While it is a good practice for the visitor of any website to treat every recommendation with a healthy degree of skepticism, it would be a mistake to assume that every review is invalid just because there may be a commission paid. Here are some of the reader's protections:
1. We try to present factual information that is easily verifiable. We always try to provide an honest and accurate assessment.
2. We also include a subjective summary that is based on our personal experiences concerning any product or service.
3. Attempts are made to establish the general consensus in relation to specific products or service by reading reviews of those products on other sites, along with user testimonials and we attempt to portray this overall perception in our presentations.
4. We always provide links to the manufacturers’ website to provide additional information that is not available in our reviews. Some of this information can include customer testimonials, more specific product details, sales information, free newsletters, and even samples.
These are good rules of practice. It is important for you as a consumer to understand the relationship between a person reviewing the product and the manufacturer.
If you do not see a disclosure policy on a review site, that reviewer may be committing an offense.
I hope that you have a useful and meaningful experience as a direct result of our detailed reviews and articles. We welcome any feedback that may help us to improve your experience when visiting this website.
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