Frequently Asked Questions and Answers from Termly’s Legal Experts

What is an affiliate disclosure?

An affiliate disclosure is a statement notifying users that you get compensation for linking to or mentioning companies’ products or services on your site. An affiliate disclosure explains your business relationships with companies so users can make informed decisions about your content.

The FTC requires you to have an affiliate disclosure if you receive compensation for content or links.

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An affiliate disclosure promotes transparency with users.

In addition to writing your affiliate disclosure clearly, you need to display it clearly on your site or blog.

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