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Amazon Services LLC Associates Program
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Get Your Guide
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Awin and CJ affiliates
Travels and Wandering is a participant of both Awin and CJ affiliate programmes. Both of these programmes work with a large number of brands to connect them bloggers who write about about their content.
Travels and Wandering is a participant in the Mapo Tapo Affiliate scheme and Nicole (the owner of travels and wandering) is a brand ambassador for them. Mapo Tapo is a adventure holiday company that specialises in rock climbing travel and training camps.
How Affiliates Work?
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