2 Easy Tips for Showing that Your Involve Links are Safe

Your audience might question about your Involve links and decide not to click on them because they fear that these are phishing links.

Ensure your audience that your links are safe by following two simple tips.

Short Message with A Disclaimer

Affiliate link disclaimers are a standard practice to ensure fair business practice with Advertisers. It also helps to provide transparency and build trust & have better relationships with your audience. This practice is frequently used by the Influencers in the US.

Keep your message clear and straightforward with trigger words such as ‘commissions’. 

Here’s an example of how you can write and mention your Involve links you share on your content:

Disclosure: There are some affiliate links below and I receive commissions made through links in the post, but these are all the products recommended by me. The reviews done are based on my personal opinion.

After coming up with a short and concise message, the next thing you need to do is place it in your content.

Place Your Message in Your Content

Add your message where it is easy for your audience to see.

Let’s take a look at a few examples on inserting your message in different content.

Insert your message in your YouTube description video. Say your message at the beginning of your video as some followers might not see it in the description.

For blog posts, we suggest putting your message at the beginning so your audience knows about your Involve links before reading on. You can also put it at the end of your content.

You must put your message with a disclaimer in each post you make so your audience instantly knows that your content includes affiliate links.

We hope these tips help you let your followers know that your links are safe to click on and make purchases of your recommended products.

Head on over to your dashboard to find your favourite products to promote, generate links and add them on your content.