Mon€ti$ation

(Disclosure: most of the links in this page are affiliate links)

Welcome to my monetization page!

What is this page about?

Easy

Seriously, this page is meant to collect all the ways this blog can or could generate some money to me.

Before moving on, please take a look at my Transparency page, where you can find my opinions, plans, and uncertainties about ethic and monetization.

Will update this page over time, stay tuned 🙂

For now, if you really want to offer me a coffee you have the following options:

Services

Hire me!

Take a look at my services on the Services page.

Affiliate Links

I sometimes recommend products, and get some money from the merchants.

At the moment I recommend products on Amazon, my favorite broker Interactive Brokers, and the Cembra Cumulus Mastercard.

Amazon

In January 2021 I’ve joined the Amazon affiliate program, and some of the links to books and other products on this website are affiliate links. I will add an Affiliate Disclosure note on top of each page who lists affiliate products. I will also try to add an Asterisk(*) next to every affiliate link (not only Amazon) to make it clear it’s an affiliate link.

In the meantime, if you want to contribute to this blog at no extra cost for you, you can shop on Amazon at no extra costs for you using these links:

Interactive Brokers

I’m a happy IB customer since 2016.

Check out my posts about IB:

If you sign up using my referral link I get a small cut and you get a signup bonus paid in IB shares.

Cembra Cumulus Mastercard

I have been using the Cumulus Mastercard since February 2017 and I love it! It rewards you with 0.33% cashback, and it’s free of charge.

If you sign up using my affiliate link, you and I both get 1500 Points (15 CHF).

Donations

This website accepts donations 🙂

There are three ways: PayPal Me, Revolut, and Ko-Fi.

PayPal.me

Paypal.me lets you select the amount you want to donate, and the currency. It takes a 4-5% cuts (which sucks a bit).

Revolut

Ko-Fi

Ko-fi is used by many creators. It’s uses PayPal and Stripe as payment methods and it claims to be “free”. Here you can find a honest review and comparison with PayPal, Patreon, BMAC, and more.

Thank you 🙂