episode 73: answers about affiliates
There are so many benefits to having affiliate relationships. You can promote someone’s product or service and get paid for making a referral. It’s a win-win situation. But what do you need to do from a legal standpoint when you’re an affiliate for a biz buddy or for products sold through Amazon, doTerra or Arbonne? Do you have to tell people you’re an affiliate? What should you say? What disclosures and disclaimers do you need? Are you liable for others’ programs or products simply because you recommended them? This podcast episode provides you with answers about affiliates.
in this episode you’ll learn:
- 2 of the most common ways you can have affiliate relationships
- When you’re required to tell people you’re an affiliate
- 2 places where you need to disclose your affiliate relationships
- What it means to have a “clear and conspicuous” disclosure
- The risk involved by making yourself an affiliate
- What legal terms you need to use if you want to have affiliates
- Why I align Affiliate Terms & Conditions with the heart chakra
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