Affiliate Disclosure

Personalized Introduction

Hey there! Welcome to, your go-to resource for all things bow hunting. We’re here to help you improve your skills, share the latest news, and provide honest gear reviews.

You might be wondering how we keep this site running, and that’s where affiliate links come into play.

What are affiliate links

So, here’s the deal with affiliate links. They’re a way for us to earn a commission when you buy something through the links on our site.

Basically, if you click on one of these links and make a purchase, we get a small percentage of the sale as a thank-you for referring you to the product or service. The best part is, it doesn’t cost you anything extra!

Affiliate Programs and Their Relevance

Now, let’s talk about why we choose the affiliate programs we do. We’re pretty picky when it comes to selecting the programs we partner with.

We want to make sure they offer top-notch hunting gear, archery equipment, and other products that actually align with what we talk about on

We only work with reputable companies, such as Amazon, Cabela’s, Optics Planet… that we truly believe will provide value to you, our awesome readers.

Transparent Earnings Disclaimer

We want to be completely transparent with you. Yes, we earn a commission from purchases made through our affiliate links. But hey, that doesn’t mean you’re paying more!

The price you see is the same, whether you use our links or not. The commission we earn is simply a way for us to keep the lights on, so we can continue bringing you valuable content.

Commitment to Honest Reviews

When it comes to reviews, we’re all about honesty. We take pride in giving you unbiased opinions on hunting gear, archery equipment, and everything in between.

Our team of experts puts in the work to research, test, and provide you with genuine feedback.

We never let any potential commission or partnership influence our reviews. Our goal is to give you the straight scoop, so you can make informed decisions.

Privacy Considerations

Privacy is important to us. When you use affiliate links on our site, rest assured that your personal information is handled securely and in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

We take your privacy seriously and have measures in place to protect your data.

If you want all the nitty-gritty details, feel free to check out our Privacy Policy. And if you have any concerns, just reach out to us using the contact info below.

Invitation to Contact

We love hearing from you! If you have any questions, comments, or concerns about our affiliate disclosure or anything else on, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Shoot us a message through our Contact Us page at Contact Us. We’re here to help and chat about all things bow hunting.

Clear Disclosure Location

To be upfront and transparent, we’ll make sure our affiliate disclosure is clearly visible on every page. You’ll find it close to any affiliate links or endorsements so that you know exactly what’s going on.

We want to keep things open and honest, so you can trust us every step of the way.

Consistent Tone and Language

Just like the rest of our site, our affiliate disclosure will have a friendly and approachable tone. We want to keep things conversational and easy to understand.

No need for fancy jargon or confusing language. We’ll make sure the disclosure fits right in with the overall vibe of

Adherence to Program and FTC Requirements

We’re not just about Amazon. We’re committed to meeting the requirements of all the affiliate programs we’re a part of. We take our responsibilities seriously and strive to comply with the guidelines set by these programs and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

We want you to know that we’re dedicated to doing things right and maintaining high standards in our affiliate marketing practices.

Thanks for taking the time to read our affiliate disclosure. We appreciate your support as we continue sharing valuable bow hunting tips, news, and gear reviews on

About the Author

Hi, I'm Robert Gate, a hunter from Texas and Founder of ArcheryTopic.

I first learned archery from my dad when I was 12 years old. He gave me a Mathew bow as a gift and instantly fell in love with the pursuit.