Our site (washingday.co.uk) uses affiliate marketing to generate revenue and is registered with several affiliate networks. This means when a visitor finds a product on Our Site and then goes on to buy something from the online retailer we may receive a small commission. This helps fund the costs of managing and running Our Site and creating online content.
How Does Affiliate Marketing Work?
Affiliate marketing is one of the main ways websites and blogs make money. A retailer is a member of an affiliate network (or sometimes they run their own affiliate programme). Websites like ours refer visitors to retailers using affiliate links. When a link is clicked from a website that is registered with an affiliate network, and afterwards a purchase is made, the referring website receives a commission. However, this does not affect the price of the item paid by you.
What We Do
In order to keep our site up and running successfully, we partner with affiliate networks and retailers. We research different online retailers and bring together products that our audience are interested in. The affiliate commissions we receive help fund the content creation, maintenance and continued development of the site as well as keeping it free to use for our visitors.
Which Affiliate Networks Do We Use?
We are members of the following affiliate networks:
Affiliate Window, Webgains, Commission Junction, Rakuten Marketing, TradeDoubler, Partnerize
Amazon Associate Disclosure
As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. An affiliate advertising programme designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.co.uk.