If you click on a Scrapbook.com link here on my blog, they will “cookie” your computer to ensure giving me credit where it is due. After visiting them through any of my links, anything (across the whole of their site) which you purchase within 30 days, will result in them giving me a commission of 10% of your shopping cart item total. This percentage does not change.
This commission would not occur if you visit another site during that 30 days and click on their affiliate link to visit Scrapbook.com. This would reset the cookies on your computer and fairly give commission to the other person whose link you more recently visited them from.
My Scrapbook.com affiliate agreement is managed by ShareASale. When a link of mine works correctly for Scrapbook.com, you’ll notice something happen. The moment you click on my Scrapbook.com link, the address bar will very quickly show a long web address at shareasale.com (where your computer is cookied), before quickly proceeding to your expected page on Scrapbook.com. Should a link of mine ever not do this “hop” process, I will not be given credit for any purchases you may make from that visit. I always much appreciate being informed if this happens, so I can fix it for the future. 🙂