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Why you should never go to Amazon.com

A boycott of Amazon- she must be kidding, right?

Relax- I wasn’t calling for a boycott, I was just asking you to never simply type Amazon.com into your browser, that’s all.

Whether you’re spending $5 or $500- somewhere there’s a work-at-home mom who could conceivably make a few pennies from the sale.

My Amazon.com earnings are enough to pay for my school books every month, plus some other books I want to read just to keep my mind sharp. I know moms who save their Amazon commissions all year long just so they can do their Xmas shopping online.

But when you use your browser to visit Amazon.com instead of clicking on the link in a mom-blog, no mommy benefits.

No matter what you buy on your visit, Amazon gives a small (very small) percentage to the person who referred you. If no one refers you, they keep it. It doesn’t cost you any more to shop Amazon from a mom-owned-blog- and it doesn’t cost you any less to go straight to Amazon.com directly.

SOoooo- Bookmark your favorite mommyblog- and change the name to AMAZON SHOPPING in your bookmark menu (or something like that) and next time you’re tempted to shop Amazon- share the commission with someone you care about.

If that’s me- first make sure you’re visiting the permalink for this post (instead of the main site) by clicking here – (

Then- access amazon through the magic doorway below- which is a completely random book you don’t even need to order because the minute you arrive, Amazon will KNOW that I sent you and whatever you buy, I will get a small (very small, like 6%) portion of.

(to end with a preposition, sorry)

Thanks- AND- I’ll never know who ordered what, but I can see what was ordered. So if you plan to purchase something naughty don’t worry- I’ll never know it was you. all they show me is the name of the item ordered and how much I received for the sale.

Thanks, and have a great day

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Inspired by ‘s report

My goal is to make a fortune every month through residual income and passive income.

Clearly, I have a long way to go.

Residual income comes from articles written in the past.

Each month I devote 4-6 hours of my time, writing articles for revenue-sharing sites that will generate residual income forever.

Each month (theoretically) the income grows while the time commitment stays the same.

Year 1 (no goal)

December 2007 – $3.45

January 2008 – $10.96

February 2008 – $13.99

March 2008 – $17.18

April 2008 – $30.44

May 2008 – $27.18

June 2008 – $26.54

July 2008 – $59.09

August 2008 – $154.50

September 2008 – $132.12

October 2008 – $135.64

November 2008 – $210.16

December 2008 – $160.69

Year 2 (goal $500/mo)

January 2009 – $221.11

February 2009 – $228.69

March 2009 – $380.01

April 2009 – $629.06

May 2009 – $617.81

June 2009 – $629.81

July 2009 – $743.13

August 2009 – $912.39

September 2009 – $975.01

October 2009 – $891.81

November 2009 – $901.88

December 2009 – $642.81

Year 3 goal ($1,000/mo)

January 2010 – $857.34

February 2010 – $696.96

March 2010 – $770.60

April 2010 – $640.34

May 2010 – $539.67

June 2010 – $598.07

July 2010 – $728.88

August 2010 – $819.26

September 2010 – $778.62

October 2010 – $648.01

November 2010 –

December 2010 –

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