I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for website owners to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon (.com, .co.uk, .ca, etc.) and any other website that may be affiliated with Amazon Service LLC Associates Program.
To put it simply, I have affiliate relationships with Amazon and other affiliate networks. In my reviews, you will find links redirecting you to one of Amazon’s or other eCommerce websites ( but usually Amazon). These links are called ‘’affiliate links,’’ and they help me fund my work. So, basically, when you click on some link and buy the product, I get a small percentage/commission. You don’t have to pay extra if you click on my links – there are no additional costs.
When I recommend a product, it’s not because I am under an obligation to do so. It’s because my evaluation and research have shown me that certain product deserves to be recommended.
Product Score – Where does it come from?
When I research products for my review, I make notes like how many searches a product is getting on Google, Amazon, Youtube, and other search platforms. I take a look at what features a product has? How many positive and negative reviews are there? And then I compare all products with each other. After that, I assign a score to a product on a 1 to 100 scale based on my data.
Believe me, it’s a very tough job, but I enjoy doing it.
(All product scores available on this website have no relation with Amazon product ratings in any way.)