jeanine, I just applied to Amazon to join. Yep, would like some help. Not even sure how to add the badges onto my site. It doesn't seem to be working. Your site looks great though. I need some badges to add a little something to my wordy site. Yes, let's help each other out and reach out to others. I will share any info I pick up from others.
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well, to be honest this is my first real try at the amazon affiliate. I don't buy from amazon much , but I have had their banners on my site with not much activity for the past 4 months. Send me the link to your site so I can reciprocate :) I am having great luck with the logical media affiliate - I've made $144 in the past 4 months . Google adsense I am starting to get some activity $20.xx in the past 4 months . I am NEW NEW NEW to the affiliate thing ,but maybe we could help ea other out ? or if anyone else wants to lend their advice ?
DeAnna, love your name. I'm actually originally from London, UK and been living in Portland Or for 4 years now. Portland is lovely, sunny- ha, and the trails and Gorge are great yes. I'm loving this reaching out to all of you great women. Did you recently have a baby? My youngest is almost 11 months now and last Friday began crawling. She is everywhere.
You're from Portland! I love Portland. We have visited many times and especially love going out to the Columbia River Gorge and walking the trails around all the waterfalls. Beautiful. Glad you enjoyed my blog.
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