Affiliate Disclosure

Safer For Baby Compliance to Affiliate Disclosure Rules

SaferForBaby strives to be in compliance with the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) Endorsement Guidelines released in 2015.

The FTC rules were set in place to ensure that readers and viewers are informed if the materials published by bloggers or publishers are sponsored or endorsed. To comply with these rules, SaferForBaby has placed this disclosure on the footer and/or the sidebar of every page/post where affiliate links have been placed. SaferForBaby may earn a commission if a client purchases a product using the link provided.

In compliance with the FTC guidelines, please assume that links and posts on this SaferForBaby site, are affiliate links for which I receive a small compensation from sales of certain items.

What Are Affiliate Links?

When you click on a link on this site, you’ll be directed to third-party sites including Amazon which pays me a commission for the purchase you make on Amazon (not These are affiliate links.

Amazon and/or other companies pay SaferForBaby a small commission or other compensation for helping to bring customers to their website.

Prices are not different if you go to the seller’s website directly or if you choose to click on the link on the SaferForBaby site. Clicking an affiliate link does not change the price that you’ll be presented by the seller.

SaferForBaby currently use one affiliate program:

Amazon Affiliate Links. is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for website owners to earn fees by linking to and affiliated sites, as well as to other websites that may be affiliated with Amazon Service LLC Associates Program.

Interested Affiliate Partners

If you are a baby monitor manufacturer or retailer and would like to partner with SaferForBaby to promote your brand, your baby monitor should meet the following verifiable minimum requirements:

  1. The emission level of your baby monitor brand to be no more than 1.5W/Kg. We aim to only recommend low emission baby monitors to parents who rely on our Center for safe baby monitors. We will use the SAR Report that you submitted to FCC if we won’t be able to test your baby monitor brand ourselves. The EMF level mentioned above is the reading when the baby monitor, the parent and the baby unit are 6 ft. away.
  2. The baby monitor to be using FHSS transmission technology if it is a non-wifi baby monitor and the Advanced Encryption Standards, AES 256 bit dual-layer encryption if it is a wifi baby monitor.
  3. Your baby monitor brand should not have default accounts (username and passwords) that are idle and hard-coded into the monitor’s firmware

You can email me at or use this contact form for more information on partnerships and affiliate opportunities.