Where do you shop online?

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Just like the subject line suggests where do internet marketers shop online? I think its pretty obvious that a lot of people use Amazon but what else? I'm trying to focus some of my efforts on affiliate marketing and want to pick up some good places...
Places I shop:
1. Amazon
2. BestBuy.com
3. eBay.com
4. Buy.com
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    amazon 99% of the time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
    Originally Posted by kangnguyen View Post

    Just like the subject line suggests where do internet marketers shop online? I think its pretty obvious that a lot of people use Amazon but what else? I'm trying to focus some of my efforts on affiliate marketing and want to pick up some good places...
    Places I shop:
    1. Amazon
    2. BestBuy.com
    3. eBay.com
    4. Buy.com

    kangnguyen, where do you shop online? Would it not be reasonable that if we were to share our information about us that you would share your information about you?
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  • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
    Madame Lash's House Of Discipline - has all the best BDSM gear at reasonable prices.
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    • Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

      Madame Lash's House Of Discipline - has all the best BDSM gear at reasonable prices.
      So sweet to see a fellow connoisseur.

      Thing is, all online shoppin' takes place mostly in people's homes ... or mebbe work & transit spaces between these life essentials.

      They comfy now with how this works, an' they make so many choices based on heralds from afar tellin' em' cool stuffs.

      So let's look in on Madame Lash's House Of Discipline, for an example of what's gowin' down rn..

      Back in the day, the gal holed up her srs booty in an excloosive DUNGEONHOLE.

      An' whenevah you plucked up courage to plunder her secret vestibyool, natchrlly she got all kindsa stuff you could TOUCH & FEEL.

      "We display our wares on simple but effective hooks," she said. "It's like advertising, only for conscripts."

      For all the freedom of choice you got whehevah you Shoppin' Online in the 2020s, what you DON'T have is the (frankly) expert gal in the store offerin' 1-to-1 advice on how best to spend your dollahs ... like when you askin' the actschwl Madame 'bout stuff.

      "That one brings up the bruises but it won't rip your lace," says Madame Lash as you browse through her catalogue of misappropriated dog leashes.

      This personal touch expertise ain't available in online stores -- from lash to anythin' else crackin' F-TSSSSSH on anywan's CTA spot.

      So how'n these online advertisahs make stuff so tangibly exotic you wanna commit your Swanky Card details on a whim?

      How does face to face exchange rematerialize as smoochy from afar?

      Evocative imagry is the ansah ...


      Wishes transformed into compulsion.
      mwah mwah mwah mwah mwah


      (That is Madame's discount offah code word btw. Up for grabs evry Toosday if'n you got no problem with bendin' ovah scant seconds before all supportin' powah in your legs is trashed for like 24 hours.)

      So ... where do you shop online?

      Ultimately, all depends on what FEELS RIGHT.


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  • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
    Wooster Mens Bathhouse and Feather Emporium, since they have soap on rope special deals.

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  • Profile picture of the author DURABLEOILCOM
    Directly from manufacturer websites, Macy's, Amazon, Rakuten, Ebay, Bestbuy
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  • Profile picture of the author DWolfe
    How much are you willing to pay for that info
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  • Profile picture of the author LibelFreeZone
    I purchase a lot on Wish.com
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Matthew
    Amazon is the best place for shopping according to me
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  • Profile picture of the author Brad Gudim
    Most anything I'm looking for is available on Amazon.
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  • Profile picture of the author jfak7670
    Mostly I make purchases on Amazon. It's the most convenient website, where I usually find everything I need.
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  • Profile picture of the author aluminous
    aliexpress
    taobao
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  • Profile picture of the author IMWealthMogul
    I shop mostly on Amazon as well, however I will shop with a niche store for items that are harder to find.
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  • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
    Originally Posted by kangnguyen View Post

    Just like the subject line suggests where do internet marketers shop online? I think its pretty obvious that a lot of people use Amazon but what else? I'm trying to focus some of my efforts on affiliate marketing and want to pick up some good places...
    Places I shop:
    1. Amazon
    2. BestBuy.com
    3. eBay.com
    4. Buy.com
    Gumtree, which l think is available to overseas members as well?

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  • Profile picture of the author Black Star
    aliexpress
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
    "Honey" is a free browser app that 17M people use to search the internet for the best coupon code when shopping online.


    We buy a lot, a whole lot, of wholesale merchandise and resell it on eBay for near retail. This is not a golden ticket, but we have earned almost $200.00 in profit with the app in the past 60 days.
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  • Profile picture of the author moonlighter92
    I do buy most of my stuff on Amazon. Although, there are times when I choose a specialty store like an aftermarket site or 4WheelOnline that sells specific item that I need. I've recently made a purchase of aries automotive nerf bars that I wasn't able to find at Amazon or Ebay at a reasonable price.
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  • Profile picture of the author George441
    Amazon is the best and 100%trusted company you may depend on.
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  • Profile picture of the author Getkart
    Generally, Amazon is the most popular for. But "BestBuy.com" is also in the list to shop.
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