…suppose the person works for the company that sells the product – or has been paid by the company to tout the product. Would you want to know that when you’re evaluating the endorser’s glowing recommendation? You bet. That common-sense premise is at the heart of the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) Endorsement Guides (pdf). – FTC1)
This wiki strives to illustrate/present options rather than make recommendations (glowing or otherwise). A link to a product or service is intended to help reader research and not to endorse anything.
Exception: individual contributors may endorse/recommend but that should be done in an obviously-personal inclusion in the article. “So-and-so recommends such-and-such”.
Still, this is your affiliate disclosure. If you follow a link to a retailer like Amazon or eBay the wiki or its contributors may get a referral fee from the sale. It doesn't change the price to the customer.
Amazon wants to see these specific words: as an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.
I don't look at the stats often, but when I do I'll add in RVwiki affilliate income here: