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A disclaimer on your website

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A disclaimer on your website

Hello fellow marketers:
I have question for discussion?
Are any of you using a disclaimer as wanted by the Federal Trade Commission?
I sleep better at night since I have one.
Thank you
Mark
http://www.privatemall.net
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michellerana
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It would be best to protect your site by placing a disclaimer at the footer. The FTC regulations requires that you disclose that you're earning affiliate commissions on products you're recommending.
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ampie g
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Yes, I have a note on my sites that says I'm an affiliate of the products being promoted.
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milansangan
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It's better to have a disclaimer on your site to be on the safe side. This disclaimer is one way to protect your affiliate site.
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