I (Mark Quah) believe that transparency and accountability are important therefore I’m disclosing that where I have recommended products, I have done so based on my own experience of using these products, not through sponsorship. This means that I have not been given any free products, services or anything else by the product makers in exchange for recommending them.
However, this website does contain affiliate links (for example, the Glossika links), which means if you make a purchase (at no additional cost to you), I will receive an affiliate sales commission.
Helping students learn English, Japanese or Chinese to the best of their abilities is my main aim, not earning money through affiliate links. Therefore, where there is a choice between recommending a free resource that I know to be high quality or a paid resource which is not as good but where I could gain an affiliate income, I will always recommend the free resource. Thanks for reading.
In September 2017 I joined the Amazon associates program this is my disclosure:
Mark Quah, the owner of this site is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to www.everydaylanguage.net