It’s a shitty user experience, but I think you can just close that pop-up.
If we wanted to tell people to screw doorstops into desks, I’m sure we could find a retailer with an affiliate program that sells them.
There are all three, and we’ve never labeled a piece of Commerce Content as a “review”.
Yeah we actually complained about that desk’s cable management here: http://gear.lifehacker.com/dont-take-this-work-thing-sitting-down-with-bdis-lift-d-1793013017
More than most, but still definitely not ideal for laying.
I don’t think I’ve seen one. Maybe SteelSeries?
That’s not the definition of an ad, there’s literally a picture of it in my home, and we don’t get a kickback. New companies typically don’t have an affiliate program, this one is no exception.
We’ve been doing this for five years, we know the difference between someone starting a dialogue and someone being an asshole at this point.
We don’t spend our own money on products we’re covering (obviously), and we don’t do anything in exchange for anything.
We usually get “insanely expensive” so I guess it’s good that we’re diversifying.
We only do that for things that are Advertising.
Unless your credit is already bad I wouldn’t worry about hard pulls. Even then, increasing your total credit line increases your credit score.
The fee hasn’t changed.
There’s no reason to switch the Freedom to the Unlimited, you can have both.
Your own habits are going to be the biggest factor in choosing a credit card. Personally I like flexibility in my redemptions.
2.1% isn’t even close to what you can earn when maximizing Ultimate Rewards, and there’s a cap on rewards with the Amex Preferred.