Okay, disclaimer aside.
So the FTC now requires Internet Marketers to reveal that they are getting paid for product endorsements or blog posts that promote XYZ product.
The requirement, as far as I understand in my NON-LEGAL opinion, requires a simple statement such as:
"This post is a paid commercial endorsement. I am compensated by Company XYZ for this review and for all products purchased through this website."
As far as I can tell, there is nothing in the rules that says you can't link your "DISCLAIMER" to an affiliate product.
Let me explain what I mean. Imagine at the bottom of your review site or at the top of your blog post you had a disclaimer that read:
"This post is a paid commercial endorsement. I am compensated by Company XYZ for this review and for all products purchased through this website. Wanna learn how you can get paid to write testimonials and reviews? CLICK HERE"
You then link to your favorite "make money online" affiliate program.
As I see it you have already announced that you make money from all of the products sold through your blog, so if your visitor clicks through and buys the product by clicking your link then you are covered. You have already provided full disclosure.
Turn your FTC Disclaimer Message into a link for another affiliate product!
Does anyone know if that is acceptable? is that compliant? Are there any FTC attorneys scanning the WF that can shed some light on it?
By the way. Did I mention I am NOT a lawyer?