What are affiliate links?
Put simply, I am in cahoots with a couple of companies that pay me a percentage commission when I refer a buyer to their products. If someone clicks through an affiliate link with my ID number on it and purchases something (not even necessarily that item, depending on how the company has its program set up), I get paid a small amount of money.
How do I use them?
You click on one of my links (like the links below; I also have links in my sidebar and spread throughout a lot of my posts) and buy something. Maybe not even necessarily the product that the link took you to, but something from that company.
Does this cost me extra money?
Why should I use your affiliate links?
Because I’m providing free recipes for YOU at an expense to ME. When you buy through my affiliate links, I use the money I make (from percentage commissions off of your purchases) to keep this site running.
What companies are you affiliated with?
I’m so glad you asked! Here are a few (these are affiliate links):
This is my Zaycon foods referral link – click through here to set up an account and find if they’re doing any drop-offs near you (or just put my name, Briana Thomas, in the referral blank)! Zaycon offers good-quality meat in bulk for good prices.
My Formal Disclosure:
I am an affiliate for several companies including, but not limited to, Amazon, Netrition, Swanson Vitamins, Great Lakes, iHerb, and Trim Healthy Mama. This means that when you purchase products from those companies through my links, I make a percentage commission from your purchase. This is a great way for you to help support this site without any additional cost to yourself! Thanks for your help.
Briana Thomas is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.