Social Moms is part of a number of affiliate sales networks. This means that many of the companies whose products you see on this site pay us referral fees for sending them customers for certain products.

When you click on one of the links on this site to buy one of those products, the company that sells the product gives us money. By being a part of these networks, we can help support a team of writers who help us give our loyal readers free information about health and nutrition.

The opinions on the site are those of Social Moms or our team of writers, who may also post their own thoughts from time to time. Even though we try to cover as many health and nutrition products as possible on the site, it doesn’t have everything that’s out there.

We really appreciate it when you use our links to buy something, and we try to be clear about the products for which we get paid.

Affiliate networks include Clickbank, Commission Junction, Amazon.com, and many other smaller networks.

Amazon Disclosure

socialmoms.com is part of the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, which is an affiliate advertising programme that lets sites make money by linking to Amazon.com.

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Partner Network of eBay

When you buy something after clicking on a link to a store on ballcardgenius.com and making a purchase, ballcardgenius.com may get a commission. The eBay Partner Network is one example of an affiliate programme, but it is not the only one.

eBay Partner Network (EPN) is eBay’s affiliate marketing programme. Bloggers and website owners who are partners can earn a commission on eBay items they promote and website visitors buy.