Affiliate Disclosure

Hi there. Ivan here, the founder of Content Fiesta. As you know, this site is all about helping writers like yourself improve their skills and become better a writer. All my content is free to consume and open for everybody to enjoy. Since everything is free, you might be wondering, how do I make any money?

Here’s how: by getting a commission from the products I recommend. As you may have noticed, my articles often feature links to products, the most common being Grammarly and Flywheel. If you click on any of those links, you will be taken to the company’s site. The fact you click on my links doesn’t change anything; the information and prices shown in those sites are the same as if you visited it on your own—that is, without clicking on my links.

After you click on my links, the site will track your visit for a few days, often 30 to 60 days. If you make a purchase in that window, the company will give me part of that sale; sometimes 10%, sometimes 50% of it.

To start, let me say I chose to offer those products because I run this site as a for-profit business. My interests, however, aren’t put over yours. My main priority is to help you improve your writing skills; if it happens you bought one of the few products I recommend, I make a sale. But whether you click on my links and you make a purchase or not isn’t important. That’s why my content is 100% free to consume, and so it will always be.

Under any circumstances, I have ever received free products, gifts, or services from companies to review and recommend their products. In each and every case, I have personally used and benefited from the products I recommend. In other words, if I love a product that helps me become a better writer, I recommend it; if I don’t, I don’t recommend it. It’s that simple.

If you have any questions regarding my affiliate policies, please, don’t hesitate to contact me. Thank you very much for taking the time to read this. To your success, Ivan.