In our product-focused material, you’ll find buttons and text links that redirect to Amazon and other reputable online shops. If you click on one of these affiliate links and make a purchase from the retailer, our website, thetechietrickle.com, will earn a modest commission on your transaction. The income received from this allows us to maintain our operations and ensures that our journalists can continue to produce high-quality news, reviews, how-tos, and analysis.
An affiliate link is not a consideration when it comes to the editorial direction of our product coverage. We believe in conducting thorough reviews of products with integrity, and including an affiliate link should not be taken as an indication that we endorse a product.
We make every effort to include affiliate links across the board in all product evaluations, regardless of whether a product is given a poor, average, or exceptional rating. So if you don’t find an affiliate link in a product review, it’s probably because we couldn’t discover an online retailer selling the goods at the time of publishing, or the review was made before we launched ourselves into the affiliate programs.
Amazon is currently our leading affiliate partner. Between Amazon’s competitive pricing, inventory, and Prime membership perks, it’s typically our first choice for online shopping. That said, we also use affiliate links to Jarvis, Surfer SEO, CJ, and other trustworthy online retailers and affiliate programs. The selection of one affiliate source over another should not be taken as an indication of a better, worse, or higher recommendation.