Full Disclosure - How I Make Money
IM Rhys is an ad-free website, that is supported by readers and affiliate programs.
There's many websites out there that make money with annoying ads all over the screen, that slow your browsing experience down.
IM Rhys Makes Money With Affiliate Links
Instead, I've chosen to work with select affiliate partners. It would be fair to say that a large number of links on this website are affiliate links, where I earn a small commission if you go on to signup.
This is at no additional cost to you. You will never pay more when using my links.
Don't Affiliate Links Affect Your Credibility?
I regularly get asked this question, and ultimately, I only recommend products and services I would use and pay for myself. I never link to scams, or get rich quick schemes that pay thousands of dollars in commissions.
You will see, I only use affiliate links on tried and tested products. There's plenty of websites out there that review millions of products, with the fattest commissions.
Just for reference, our highest paying affiliate offer pays $95, which given the time and effort required in maintaining and running this website is a low amount.
IM Rhys Offers Free Training
In full disclosure, I offer free training that shows you how to start an online business. Some of the recommendations and products I actually use, include affiliate links. You're welcome to use these, or you can go directly to the website, or use a cheaper alternative. As you'll see in the videos, I actually use the platforms.
You will be invited to apply for premium training, through myself or one of my affiliate partnerships. This further expands on the free training, but is definitely not required to be successful online.
IM Rhys Is Never Paid For Opinions
I've never received a dime for reviewing a product or service. I have been given complimentary access to many courses, themes and software over the years, but this has been review-access only and has not influenced my opinions.
If a guest post, sponsored post or contribution is posted, this is clearly identified at the top of the post.
Where a post or page contains an alternative or affiliate link, we have identified our relationship to that business/affiliate with an FTC approved disclaimer.
Posts with no such information, aren't required to have a disclaimer.
Last Updated: August 2020