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Backyard Digs is a part of a few affiliate sales networks. We get paid referral fees for sending customers for specific products of theirs.
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Our goal is to be upfront about products that we receive compensation for and appreciate it when you choose our links.
Please note that it’s our policy not to accept free products, services, or anything else in exchange for mentioning those companies or products on our site.
Affiliate networks include Commission Junction, Amazon.com, and other smaller affiliate networks.
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