FTC Disclosure Compliance Rules
To make sure that the affiliate advertising industry preserves honesty with consumers and merchants, the FTC (Federal Trade Commission, USA) came up with an “affiliate disclosure policy”.
The affiliate disclosure policy of Aperture Noob ensures visitors of the site are aware of the partnership with different companies such as Amazon or other companies offering affiliate incentives.
In compliance with the FTC guidelines, please assume the following about links and posts on this site:
Any/all of the links on Aperture Noob are affiliate links for which I receive a small compensation from sales of certain items.
About Affiliate Marketing Links
Transactions such as buying a lens or a camera are made on separate websites found in a link in Aperture Noob. When a visitor of aperturenoob.com click on a link in an article example a link to amazon of a camera, the visitor can purchase the camera in Amazon and Aperture Noob can receive incentives. The actual price will not change and the visitor will pay the same price whether the link came from Aperture Noob or directly from Amazon.
Aperture Noob uses a variety of affiliate programs such as the following below::
1. Amazon affiliate links
The Amazon Services LLC Associates Program is an affiliate marketing partnership designed to provide a means to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and its network sites.
2. Other Product & Services Affiliate Marketing Links
There are other affiliate advertising partnership that may appear in the website such as adsense, BHW or depending on the article posted.
3. No Sponsored Posts
I do not write sponsored posts. I just write actual reviews or collate reviews from my photography classes gurus or friends and with their permission. I also feature review from top photographers and I will make sure to add a link to the source.