Go ME! I just checked AMAZON and see that the order that showed up yesterday converted to a shipment and I have my first money from Amazon. I can only get half a value meal at Burger King, but it is still money! WAHOO!
Good for you Dobson.. That is a start to hopefully something big..
That's awesome! I hope some of your luck rub off on me.
Woww...thats great!! Way to go....Congrats and all the best!!
Haha there u go Dobson! Grats.
My sales are just now picking up as well )
Congrats Dobson - just checking out your hubs now. I can't resist checking my affiliate accounts every day.
Once you start getting monthly sales it just rolls and becomes a nice little income every month!
Well done on your first sale!
Thanks all. I have just begun to get into the thinking groove about product placement.
Amazon sales are awesome. I'm at about 3 per day, but it's not very high priced items.
A little success breeds more. Hope you continue to build on your recent success.
Congratulations--good to know it can happen for someone! :-)
Congratulations! Amazon sales tend to snowball - here's to an increasing number of sales over the next few months!
by OregonWino 12 years ago
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by Barack James 7 years ago
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by Sunnyglitter 11 years ago
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by Andrew Orrell 11 years ago
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by Raymond D Choiniere 12 years ago
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by Lyria 12 years ago
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