Referral Link Best Practice

What is a referral link?

Referral is an act of referring something to someone. A similar or maybe synonym words are affiliate and endorsement. In the Internet age, you can refer someone about something by sending a link that leads to the location of that something on the Internet, that is what referral link is. In most cases you are a third party that refers someone’s product you will receive commissions for referring. For example, if you download Brave Browser using my link https://brave.com/faj135 and use it for a month, I will receive a commission of $1 worth of

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