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    The amount they owe us has to reach $20 (or $100) so if after they put in the percentage from the Ducati the amount they owe us reaches that magic number, then Ben will get a check.
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    Quote Originally Posted by user errors View Post
    Subscribe to the thread, then when you view your subscriptions in the user CP, there it is.
    but then i'd have to remember to check my subscriptions which will happen about as frequently as remembering where this thread is. either way, i'll end up searching fo it.

    but i was thinking for any newbies who might join and not see this thread if it gets moved to page 2 or something. plus, not all of us go to the homepage when entering the forum. for that matter, the only time i've ever been to the homepage was when i first came here! after that i just bookmarked the forum page...
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    stickied!
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    word to stickieeieeieieieing this

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsen1 View Post
    stickied!
    Good, cause I just bought something from there recently, and I didn't go through the NSOP link , but next time I will

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    In a few weeks I'll be getting the 70-200 2.8 IS from B&H.. so monies for you when I can has nice things.
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    wow, nice. I don't even own a single lens that expensive.

    I checked today. Looks like Amazon is a $20 limit. I DID get paid from them this month, but it was DD so I didn't notice the ~$21 in my account... Adorama and B&H are both >$100. I'll get my first adorama check next month and I'll get yet another B&H check next month. Interesting this months B&H check is my smallest yet and it's tax return season....
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    just ordered a new lens and tablet using the amazon affiliate link. hopefully you'll get some coin for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsen1 View Post
    Interesting this months B&H check is my smallest yet and it's tax return season....
    I haven't ordered the other half of my kit yet.

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    BTW, who returned something to B&H for $1,699? It got processed this month, but the sale was last month...
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    cough* 70-200L...

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    well i hope my 40D helped.

    do you have to pay them back if someone returns something?
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    yeah, it sure does Jeremiah, Thanks!

    and a return just does the credit in reverse, so it's a -$33 credit... It's just funny because it's the ONLY transaction so far this month.
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    I ordered my tripod from B&H this morning using the link, so hopefully that will help get you "out of the hole", so to speak...
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    yeah, the totals are a day or so behind so I'll see that in there tomorrow or Friday. Thanks though!
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    no 5D + 24-105L + 1740L? I used the affiliate link!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Markitos View Post
    no 5D + 24-105L + 1740L? I used the affiliate link!
    I'm sure it's in the $6,685.55 (B&H) in May. It's not itemized though....
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    If you didn't already you can sign up for an eBay Partner Network account.

    https://www.ebaypartnernetwork.com/f...-US/index.html

    Email me and I'll show you how to implement it on the forums really easily.

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    bump!

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    Just hit up amazon again!
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    yeah, apparently not everything with amazon is affiliateable? We bought a new car seat and dolly for it for our upcoming flight to SLC and it shows up on the report, but I get no money for it?
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    I just bought about $440 worth of camera, computer stuff from them.
    Hopefully it does work out though!

    Well, I'm going to see if I can get some lighting picts!
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    Well just put in a small order from B&H.
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    so backcountry.com offers affiliate links, and 6% at that. And YES it INCLUDES SAC.com, TD.com, WM.com, CL.com, BC.com as well as dogfunk.com... So, how weird would it be if we added them as an affiliate? Anyone think non photo related affiliates is wrong/weird? I'm just thinking enough of us overuse SAC.com (and their other versions) this could be a nice pickup for the board.

    I also got approved for Zagg, but since I don't love their products I don't think I'll put it up....
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    we need a planet dog affiliate!

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    dogtoys.com is a CJ.com affiliate (who sells planet dog).

    why, how much of their **** does coral have and or go through? Moseley is still on the same bone we got him 2~3 years ago.
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    the more the better, why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsen1 View Post
    dogtoys.com is a CJ.com affiliate (who sells planet dog).

    why, how much of their **** does coral have and or go through? Moseley is still on the same bone we got him 2~3 years ago.
    Coral hides things and they slowly disappear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsen1 View Post


    so backcountry.com offers affiliate links, and 6% at that. And YES it INCLUDES SAC.com, TD.com, WM.com, CL.com, BC.com as well as dogfunk.com... So, how weird would it be if we added them as an affiliate? Anyone think non photo related affiliates is wrong/weird? I'm just thinking enough of us overuse SAC.com (and their other versions) this could be a nice pickup for the board.

    I also got approved for Zagg, but since I don't love their products I don't think I'll put it up....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsen1 View Post


    so backcountry.com offers affiliate links, and 6% at that. And YES it INCLUDES SAC.com, TD.com, WM.com, CL.com, BC.com as well as dogfunk.com... So, how weird would it be if we added them as an affiliate? Anyone think non photo related affiliates is wrong/weird? I'm just thinking enough of us overuse SAC.com (and their other versions) this could be a nice pickup for the board.

    I also got approved for Zagg, but since I don't love their products I don't think I'll put it up....
    Dude, do it. There are enough outdoorsy types here who will need field clothing, etc. What do you have to lose?

    You may want to group them as Non-photo affiliates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsen1 View Post


    so backcountry.com offers affiliate links, and 6% at that. And YES it INCLUDES SAC.com, TD.com, WM.com, CL.com, BC.com as well as dogfunk.com... So, how weird would it be if we added them as an affiliate? Anyone think non photo related affiliates is wrong/weird? I'm just thinking enough of us overuse SAC.com (and their other versions) this could be a nice pickup for the board.

    I also got approved for Zagg, but since I don't love their products I don't think I'll put it up....
    I'm going to be purchasing a full-load of snowboarding gear by the beginning of next season and have been watching BC.com for the last week or two pretty religiously. I suspect that's where most of the gear will come from. Also, with as many people here that talk about/use SAC.com, it seems silly to me that you are even having to consider this :P

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    ^ dude, www.brociety.com, www.whiskeymilitia.com and www.tramdock.com will get you a COMPLETE snowboarding setup if you watch carefully.

    Also, evo.com and porters of tahoe have decent deals online. I picked up my bindings for less than half what they should go for this summer. Boots on the other hand I got stuck paying full price, but only because of the boot I wanted.
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    do it.

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    aw shoot I just spent like 3k at B&H and didn't know about this anyway to apply it retroactively?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsen1 View Post


    so backcountry.com offers affiliate links, and 6% at that. And YES it INCLUDES SAC.com, TD.com, WM.com, CL.com, BC.com as well as dogfunk.com... So, how weird would it be if we added them as an affiliate? Anyone think non photo related affiliates is wrong/weird? I'm just thinking enough of us overuse SAC.com (and their other versions) this could be a nice pickup for the board.

    I also got approved for Zagg, but since I don't love their products I don't think I'll put it up....
    Get hot on this dude... I've already picked up boots and bindings. Going to be outfitting my brother as well so you can make a nice chunk if you get this going soon enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsen1 View Post


    so backcountry.com offers affiliate links, and 6% at that. And YES it INCLUDES SAC.com, TD.com, WM.com, CL.com, BC.com as well as dogfunk.com... So, how weird would it be if we added them as an affiliate? Anyone think non photo related affiliates is wrong/weird? I'm just thinking enough of us overuse SAC.com (and their other versions) this could be a nice pickup for the board.

    I also got approved for Zagg, but since I don't love their products I don't think I'll put it up....
    An investment agency
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    And a waste management site?

    How is that related to backcountry.com?
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    and they actually DECLINED me. I'm emailing them now...
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    *bump* small order just placed at Newegg.
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    I ordered something on amazon last night too. Three clicks and it was on its way.... way too easy to buy stuff these days.
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    thanks!
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    main list in the first post!
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    BUMP!!!!
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    Just a question to clarify... Would it still work right if I:

    clicked on the newegg link, and it already had me logged in, I browse to my wishlist and add a wishlist to the cart and buy?

    You know, for near future reference.

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    I'm not sure. If you logout over there, click our link, THEN log in, then use your wishlist, that works for sure. But I've never known for sure if you're ALREADY loggin in....
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    ~$900 newegg order submitted; here's to hoping I did that right and it goes through the affiliate thing right.

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    nice, thank you!
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