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« posted: 3 years ago »
Hi Tami, :)

Both my husband and I shop on amazon,and I see that we can be of some help,not being very up with the computer if you tell me how I can be of help when shopping I will willing do it. :)

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« Reply #1 posted: 3 years ago »
Thanks for asking Sue! I apologize for not answering sooner, I completely missed this thread. I do get a small (really small, like 1 or 2 percent) commission if you shop from amazon using the fusedjaw referrer link. I use that to help defray server costs.

In the UK, you can use this link to amazon when you shop there.

Anything you purchase with that link, it should go to my affiliate account while you are in that window.

Anyone in the US interested, you can get to it from this link before you shop on amazon.

I haven't made more than a buck or two per month. I think the biggest amount was $7 once. :) But every little bit helps. I just had to upgrade to a faster server because I keep getting bandwidth overages, and am hoping to get the site moved in the next couple days. (No one should notice, except the website should be faster when done.)
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« Reply #2 posted: 3 years ago »
Hi Tami,

Will get my other half to use this as well,as you say any little helps.just had amazon on to tell me about a book called Seahorses" A Complete Pet Owners Manual" but I've already got it from them last year.So if anyone is interested its a very good book to have for beginners to have.
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