How to Add an AFFILIATE DISCLOSURE to KAJABI Blog Posts

DISCLAIMER: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. This post contains affiliate links that will reward me monetarily or otherwise when you use them to make qualifying purchases. In addition, there may be non-Amazon affiliate links in this post which means I may receive a commission if you purchase something through a link. However, please be assured that I only recommend products I have personally used and love!

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Did you know that you can add an affiliate disclosure to your Kajabi blog posts? If you're a blogger, then you know that affiliate disclosures are a must-have. If you're not familiar with the term, an affiliate disclosure is a statement that discloses that you may have a financial relationship with a company or brand that you mention in your blog post.

This could be as simple as including a sentence at the beginning of your post, such as "This post contains affiliate links." There are so many plugins that make this easy for WordPress users, but for Kajabians like us, not so much. In this post, we'll show you how to add an affiliate disclosure at the beginning of your content in your Kajabi blog post just like the one above in this post. It's easy to do.

Stay safe and compliant while earning some extra cash. Let's get started!

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Your Amazon affiliate disclosure statement

It's no secret that Amazon is a powerhouse when it comes to online retail sales. As an affiliate marketer, you can tap into this massive eCommerce engine by promoting Amazon products on your website. But before you do, make sure you include an Amazon affiliate disclosure statement on your site.

This statement lets your visitors know that you are affiliated with Amazon and that some of the links on your site may be affiliate links. including an Amazon affiliate disclosure statement is a legal requirement in some countries, so make sure you comply before launching your marketing campaign.

At a minimum, the required Amazon affiliate disclosure statement should say, "As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases."

Your generic affiliate disclosure statement

If you share non-Amazon affiliate links, you will want to share a generic affiliate disclosure to caption those products.

This is what my statement says on my site and is also included in this blog post, "This post contains affiliate links that will reward me monetarily or otherwise when you use them to make qualifying purchases." For generic affiliate disclosure, I like to follow Amazon's lead and be clear and simple. You shouldn't say you "may" earn, and you shouldn't say thanks for supporting my blog, YouTube channel, website, etc.

Maybe I'm being too strict, but if it's good enough for Amazon, why not include these rules in a generic disclosure statement as well?

I also like to add a statement mentioning the fact that I'm not sharing links just to be sharing links and have no idea how good the product is. Here is my full disclosure statement adding the Amazon affiliate disclosure and more generic affiliate disclosure for other products:

"As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. This post contains affiliate links that will reward me monetarily or otherwise when you use them to make qualifying purchases. In addition, there may be non-Amazon affiliate links in this post which means I may receive a commission if you purchase something through a link. However, please be assured that I only recommend products I have personally used and love!"

Feel free to use the statement above on your own site, or you can tweak it. However, just remember to not tweak the Amazon affiliate disclosure statement. It MUST have that statement as-is.

Adding your affiliate statement to your Kajabi blog post using HTML

Below you will find the HTML code that you will place within the source code ( < > ) of your blog. Anything in red you can change to your preferred wording. 

<div id="disclaimer_container">
<p>DISCLAIMER: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. This post contains affiliate links that will reward me monetarily or otherwise when you use them to make qualifying purchases. In addition, there may be non-Amazon affiliate links in this post which means I may receive a commission if you purchase something through a link. However, please be assured that I only recommend products I have personally used and love!</p>
</div>

Styling your affiliate disclosure statement using CSS

Below you will find the CSS code. Anything in red you can change to your perference. If you are not familar with CSS coding, I suggest leaving as-is to see what the style looks like and then one-by-one change certain elements until you get what you like.

#disclaimer_container {
background: #F3F5F7 none repeat scroll 0 0;
border: 1px solid #aaa;
display: table;
font-size: 12px;
margin-bottom: 1em;
padding: 15px;
width: auto;

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