FTC Disclosure for Digital Lifeopoly

We are mandated by law to adhere to the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

At Digital Lifeopoly, we firmly believe in maintaining transparency with our audience. It’s not just about legal compliance; it’s about building trust. Thus, we’ve established this disclosure page to clarify how we might generate revenue from this website.

If you’re browsing Digital Lifeopoly, it’s essential to be aware of the following:

Direct Benefits: Every article, post, and page on this website provides us with direct benefits. This could be in the form of monetary gains or the sheer satisfaction of assisting and informing our audience.

Affiliate Links: If you encounter an external link prefixed with /refer/ or /recommend/, it indicates an affiliate link. Clicking on such a link and making a subsequent purchase means we might earn a referral commission. This comes at no extra cost to you.

Advertisements and Sponsored Content: Digital Lifeopoly may host advertisements and sponsored content (advertorials). These placements can generate revenue for us. Advertisements are typically third-party promotions displayed on our site, while sponsored content refers to articles or posts for which we may receive compensation. It’s crucial for our audience to understand that while we may profit from such content, our commitment to transparency and unbiased information remains unwavering.

Promotions: We occasionally discuss other products and websites associated with Digital Lifeopoly. This means these products or projects receive additional exposure and promotion.

Unbiased Content: Any compensation we receive does not influence the content on this website. We only endorse or recommend products or services that we have personally tried or genuinely believe will benefit our readers.

Your trust is paramount to us. We strive to offer valuable content while being upfront about our monetization methods. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this disclosure, please feel free to contact us.