How We Make Money

Boots and Pine is a footwear blog that has a growing readership. With the content published on this website, Boots and Pine is able to help thousands of readers learn footwear care, tips, and tricks, and to find the right recommendations that give them the value for their money.

Our main business is to make sure we provide the best piece of content for every blog post that goes live on Boots and Pine. Given that we write 100% based on human experience, Boots and Pine continues to grow into a go-to fashion platform in the footwear niche.

The goal of the team behind this blog is simple:

We want to grow Boots and Pine into a useful content hub for everyone – because humans deserve to wear the very best shoes. We’ll continue to scale the content creation for the site, so you can always come back to the platform and find exactly what you’re looking for. 

But How Does Boots and Pine Make Money?

Our readers have never asked us this question, but we believe that it’s an important issue to address all the same.

To be abundantly clear, Boots and Pine is a reader-supported blog. And we believe it’s important to be transparent not only with our review process but also with how our blog makes money. At the end of the day, even ads and affiliate networks require us to declare how we make money as way to ensure transparency and a means by which we uphold trustworthiness on the web at least.

Like similar blogs in our niche, it would be difficult for us to make money if we didn’t have people like you coming to our blog. And without money, it would be hard for us to create great content for this website.

With that said, here’s how Boots and Pine makes money:

Affiliate Marketing

Boots and Pine publishes recommendation of items by various affiliate networks such as Amazon, Zappos, and Commission Junction. We will receive a small fee of the total value of sale if you visit our website, read the content in it, and purchase the products we recommend through our links.

We want you to realize that we have no control over the price of the goods or the affiliate commission that we earn. This is at the discretion of the affiliate networks.

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 Additionally, this website participates in various other affiliate programs, and we sometimes get a commission through purchases made through our links.

Display Advertising

Boots and Pine earns money from display advertisements in addition to endorsing affiliate items. When you scroll down the page while reading the bulk of our blog content, you will notice advertisements. Advertising networks, such as Google AdSense, Ezoic, and Mediavine, will measure the impressions and clicks that the site receives and then pay us a specific amount of money depending on their fixed fee per 1,000 views.

We are aware that different advertising networks have different rules. And, in that case, we’ve done everything we can to follow all of their guidelines. And we would never place advertisements above the Boots and Pine user experience.

Boots and Pine doesn’t participate in the creation of sponsored content. However, we don’t have hard and fast rules to bar us from creating such content when the opportunity arises. Every once in a while, some blogs and ecommerce websites related to our niche will reach out to us and ask if they can reach our audience through sponsored content.

Note that we’ll always mark these posts as sponsored in the beginning or at the end of the article. Doing so enables us to maintain a higher level of integrity and transparency with our readers.

Final Words

Boots and Pine continues to grow steadily, and we’re doing the best we can to uphold the best content standards possible. We invest the money we earn back to the blog, and doing so makes it possible for us to create great content and serve visitors like you better.

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