Affiliate Disclosure

I’ve put this affiliate disclosure together to tell you up front what’s in it for you and what’s in it for me.

Affiliate Disclosure

At FranklinCoveyReview.com I want to be as open and transparent as possible. I’ve put this affiliate disclosure together to tell you up front what’s in it for you and what’s in it for me.

What’s in it for you?

I provide all information, articles, reports, and reviews etc. on this blog for free. My intention is to post solid information time management, productivity and to get organized. I hope it’ll help you with making better buying decisions in the event you’re in the market for some planning tools.

What does this blog cost us?

Time – To create above-mentioned content I need to spend a significant amount of time doing research.

I start with keyword research. This allows me to determine what kind of information you might be looking for.

Once I got an idea what you’re looking for, I can go write articles, reports. Sometimes, I have the opportunity to test products. Of course, I’ll always report on the result of these tests.

Money – I need to cover some expenses, such as web hosting and domain name but also take care of marketing expenses.

What’s in it for me?

As outlined in the above paragraph, I’m spending a lot of time maintaining this blog and have to cover expenses. So, I need to make some money doing so.

I’m promoting Franklin Covey products (and others) as an affiliate. I sprinkled affiliate links throughout this site. If you happen to buy something after clicking on one of these affiliate links, I’ll be making a small commission.

I take part in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program.  This is an affiliate program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by linking to Amazon.com.

Besides affiliate links, I may also display contextual advertising, such as Google Ads.

About the author

Erik Wolf is owner and admin of this website. He writes about time management, productivity. Product reviews will help you getting organized with Franklin Covey and other organizational products.

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