Boots and Pine website contains may contain advertisements, affiliate links, sponsored posts, and paid product inclusions as forms of monetization. So it’s important to us to publish an affiliate disclosure for this website.
We believe in relationship, opinion, and identity honesty. Notably, the payment received by Boots and Pine may have an impact on the advertising material, themes, or postings published on the blog.
We want to be clear that we never get a direct compensation for our opinions on the products that we recommend on this website. The thoughts and opinions expressed on this website are solely for the writers of Boots and Pine.
Based on the Federal Trade Commission guidelines, it’s important to assume that all the links found in any post on this website are affiliate links, and we do earn a small commission for the various products that we recommend.
What You Should Know About Affiliate Links
An affiliate link is a URL that includes a unique identifier known as an affiliate ID. Companies such as Amazon and eBay use affiliate links to track the traffic sent to their website from a blog. It is the responsibility of the participants in the affiliate program to organize own affiliate links, and they need to do so in a way that complies with the rules set by the respective affiliate program.
Bootsandpine.com receives a small compensation from Amazon and other firms for directing customers to their website. Note that the cost of the product doesn’t change for customers, and this is so whether you buy through our affiliate links or otherwise.
Note that www.bootsandpine.com has two types of affiliate programs:
Product Affiliate Links by Footwear Brands
When a user clicks on a product affiliate link, I usually earn a small portion of the sale or some other sort of revenue. It is important to keep in mind that when you use affiliate links to purchase a product, the price does not change for you in any way or for any reason whatsoever. When you click on the link, you pay the same amount, indicating that the links are not “pay per click.”
Boots and Pine 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. Additionally, this website participates in various other affiliate programs, and we sometimes get a commission through purchases made through our links.
Does Boots and Pine Write Sponsored Content?
We never write articles for paid advertisements. We make every effort to publish factual and objective information. However, we will reveal information about any brand that want to submit sponsored material on Boots and Pine website.
More importantly, we only recommend footwear and related accessories that we use – or those that we strongly believe can be of great value and benefit to you.
What We Do With Money Earned by Boots and Pine?
We have a simple goal at Boots and Pine:
To grow into a go-to platform where you can come and learn about everything related to shoes, boots, and relevant footwear accessories.
We need to invest time and money to meet this goal, which is part of the reason why we take part in affiliate marketing. The money we make through affiliate offers will help us to:
- Cater for the cost of domain and hosting
- Do topic research. It costs us money to find content idea. Otherwise, it’s almost impossible to create content that our audience wants to read.
- Purchase boots, shoes, and related accessories for real-time testing so we can create content based on firsthand experience.
- Pay our in-house team to test, research, and review different products in the footwear niche with our audience in mind.
In 2015, the Federal Trade Commission revised its rules to include a new set of instructions that blogs such as Boots and Pine must abide by to continue operating. The rules require that we make sure that you know that we make money via affiliate programs.
It’s with respect to these rules and regulations that we’ve written and published this information on this website. We want you to be aware of this, so we suggest that you read it carefully before using our website.