Without it costing you so much as one thin dime.
If you shop at Amazon.com, use the following link to log on to Amazon:Amazon.com
Or if you shop at Amazon.ca.com (Amazon Canada), use this link to log on to Amazon Canada:Amazon CanadaYou can easily add these links to your favorites list on your browser by right-clicking one and then selecting "Add to favorites" (for Internet Explorer) or "Bookmark this link" (for Mozilla Netscape).
Every time you buy something from Amazon or Amazon Canada using these links, a small percentage of your purchase will be credited to Emergency-Preps.com as a commission on the purchase by Amazon. Further, any time you buy something from Amazon through any Amazon link at E-P.com or The E-P.com Blog, including text links and those fancy revolving display ads, it will also credit a commission to this site.
And just in case you worry about such things, Amazon does not permit associates to have any knowledge of who is buying things through these links, so I have no way of knowing if you do or don't.
Thanks very much. Bit by bit, it does add up! And it is greatly appreciated.
FAQ: Earth Girl asks:
Question, I clicked through on the Victoria Grinder and added it to my wish list. When I move it from the wish list to shopping cart, will credit still come here? Or do I need to click through again?
Answer: The way it works is if you click through my link, anything you add to your shopping cart (not wish list) over the next 24 hours and then purchase will be credited to my commission account. After 24 hours, you need to click through my link again for me to get credit for your purchases.
This is why I recommend that you add my link to your favorites as your link to Amazon. It takes you directly to the main page, just as a simple amazon.com link would do, but I get the credit for what you buy.
Question: What about the Amazon display ads on the site?
Answer: Any Amazon ad on either E-P.com or The E-P.com Blog will generate commissions.