September 04, 2012
My new streamlined Amazon link
In my never-ending effort to improve cash flow here at boj, I've tried to make it as easy as possible for those who choose to support and encourage my foolishness to do so.
To that end, I think I've finally succeeded in establishing a frictionless way to shop at Amazon and at the same time put a few pennies in my piggy bank without any extra effort whatsoever, and without costing you one red cent.
Using this link (pictured in action up top):
as your Amazon bookmark does the trick.
It takes you right to Amazon's main page and automatically links to my Amazon Associate account, such that 4%-7% of the purchase price of anything you buy goes to me — without affecting the price you pay Amazon.
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Posted by: L | Sep 6, 2012 10:04:15 PM
I am the same way with Amazon. I order a lot of food products through them and even such stuff a replacement parts for our toilets. I'm on a first name basis with our UPS guy.
Yes, Amazon will give Joe a finders fee for anything at all that you buy from them - not just stuff he mentions. That's why it's important to go through this link whenever you want to place an Amazon order.
To make this easy just copy the link. Then, in your browser, create a new bookmark and when it asks for the bookmark link paste Joe's link in. Name it something like Joe's Amazon. Now, whenever you click on the link to go to Amazon you will be telling Amazon that Joe should get a small fee.
It's important to recognize that this fee comes out of Amazon's proceeds of the sale and does not increase the price you pay in any way.
Posted by: Paul Biba | Sep 4, 2012 8:48:03 PM
Question. If I use this link for everything Amazon, not just the items you link to, do you get a cut? I live in a small town and the UPS guy swears that I singlehandedly am keeping him in his job because I order so much from Amazon.
Posted by: Whmom2 | Sep 4, 2012 7:47:10 PM
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