Xmas 2011 - Fancy Helping ARRSE?

#1
Xmas Shopping .... we all hate it, but it is a necessary evil to placate significant others, nearest and dearest, etc.

Like many people, I end up doing most of mine via Amazon due to a winning combination of their convenience/rapid delivery versus my laziness. What you may not be aware of is that they operate an affiliate scheme which means that if you come to them via another site (like us) then they pay that site a % of the total price? In effect this then generates an income for the site (i.e us!) at nil extra cost to you.

So if you're doing your shopping at Amazon anyway why not help us out by clicking here first.

We also have the link on the front page (top right) and you can find further details on this page.

Thanks for the thought!
 

Legs

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#2
I always use the link if I shop at Amazon or Ebay.



Happy to help!
 
#4
The amount of stuff I've bought off Amazon over the last 2 years should mean they give money back to me.

I do love my Denby, and shoes, and books, and shoes, and clothes, and CDs, and DVDs, and guess what? Shoes.

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Sixty

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#5
The amount of stuff I've bought off Amazon over the last 2 years should mean they give money back to me.

I do love my Denby, and shoes, and books, and shoes, and clothes, and CDs, and DVDs, and guess what? Shoes.

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Don't you find it difficult to jog on wearing those, lass?
 
#7
Xmas Shopping .... we all hate it, but it is a necessary evil to placate significant others, nearest and dearest, etc.

Like many people, I end up doing most of mine via Amazon due to a winning combination of their convenience/rapid delivery versus my laziness. What you may not be aware of is that they operate an affiliate scheme which means that if you come to them via another site (like us) then they pay that site a % of the total price? In effect this then generates an income for the site (i.e us!) at nil extra cost to you.

So if you're doing your shopping at Amazon anyway why not help us out by clicking here first.

We also have the link on the front page (top right) and you can find further details on this page.

Thanks for the thought!
What about putting the links to the 3 sites on the "Last 50 & New Posts" pages now the panel for the new posts is away. (I know you now have the "This Tribe" ad there now, but they could go under it )
 
#8
I've just spent another £70 as well, including this as a Christmas present for my dad:

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That will learn him for not getting me a pony.
 
#9
What about putting the links to the 3 sites on the "Last 50 & New Posts" pages now the panel for the new posts is away. (I know you now have the "This Tribe" ad there now, but they could go under it )
You want the moon on a stick don't you? The links are on the home page. See that button, top left that says "Home", that will take you to it.

It's like herding cats.
 
#10
You want the moon on a stick don't you? The links are on the home page. See that button, top left that says "Home", that will take you to it.

It's like herding cats.

How often are you on the home page compared to the Last 50 though ?
 
#11
How often are you on the home page compared to the Last 50 though ?
Whenever I want to buy something from Amazon. Thicko. I never go to Last 50 anyway, I prefer New Posts.

It's not rocket science.

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#12
It is to me.
 

maguire

LE
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#14
I agree with HHH, actually, slug. so chinny on. how about putting the links at the top of each page? you wouldnt forget then.

those shoes are very nice btw - I didnt realise they did them in a size 10.
 
#15
I rarely go to the home page, but always look at new posts and would say that it's the best spot for the Amazon Ad.

Having said that, I was aware of the link and use it for any Amazon purchase.
 
#19
Xmas Shopping .... we all hate it, but it is a necessary evil to placate significant others, nearest and dearest, etc.

Like many people, I end up doing most of mine via Amazon due to a winning combination of their convenience/rapid delivery versus my laziness. What you may not be aware of is that they operate an affiliate scheme which means that if you come to them via another site (like us) then they pay that site a % of the total price? In effect this then generates an income for the site (i.e us!) at nil extra cost to you.
Thanks for the thought!
With what I have spent over the last couple of months, you guys ought to be retiring now, ;o)

Gadge
 
#20
Shit! my daughter asked for a pony for Christmas this year

I could not think of a reason to explain why she cannot have one, so I just said no instead. My presents are always shite anyway.
I Pony = £25. So give her a £25 gift voucher that will only buy something suitable for you. Keeps you in the clear until her birthday.

And remember......
1 Monkey = £100.
 

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