Azon Theme Review – Amazon WordPress Theme PLR

I’m now by way of a complete Azon Theme Review enlightening one of the hottest Amazon WordPress themes that you be able to get on the internet. The Azon Theme is Amazon WordPress Theme with private label rights designed by Dave Guidon as a software developer and webmaster and Chris Guthrie as Amazon super affiliate expert. You can buy Azon Theme PLR for a ridiculously low price. With Azon Theme PLR you can also use it to make money with amazon affiliate program or you can resell it as your own product. Everyones can be Amazon affiliate, but the majority dont be knowledgeable about how to appropriately setup websites to get profit in from Amazon’s international marketplace. In fact this is the greatest Amazon WordPress Theme I have found come from Dave and Chirs in a time. I actually don’t know much about them but to be involved in this one must be exciting at the least. Graphics and over delivering just blows everything else out of the water. The Azon Theme PLR is setup to attack that exact problem most face online today. Attempting to make money online without the proper tools and system can be one of the worst things you can do. Representing the first time ever the Azon Theme PLR (Private Label Rights)  is accessible for you to pay for and bring into play to your benefit. Azon Theme PLR Features Some of the best features of the Amazon WordPress PLR Theme are: built in content spinner customizable widget banners interactive internet marketing guide integrated social money generator instant amazon tips, tricks, and resources over 800 places to get backlinks to your site email copy, pre-written blog posts, and product banners All of that is only on the Azon Theme affiliate marketing side of things. Also included in the Azon Theme PLR resellers kit is: three wordpress main salespage themes salespage video format exit pop up program to increase conversion lead capture popup function ability to generate free squeeze pages free eBook to give away on Azon Traffic step by step help tutorials recommended products area and resources page amazon mobile optimization Plus, Dave and Chris are including these Azon Theme PLR bonuses … 3 Matching Profile Images for Facebook Timeline Covers 3 Matching Profile Images for Twitter.com Top 130 places for link building Free Amazon WordPress Theme content Now, I am in the process of setting up a number of Amazon sites using different Amazon WordPress Themes and I am trying to know which themes looks to have the best SEO value and rank the easiest. I am very interesting in using this new wordpress theme to see how it stacks up with my current testing. My Conclusion…. Azon Theme is an impressive opportunity to grab an amazing Amazon WordPress Theme PLR at very low price and discount. With so many features and value in this offer many people will make thousands of dollars selling Azon Theme. Azon Theme PLR is a limited time offer and it is on a dimesale over at Forum Special Offers. Grab your copy early before the price skyrockets, or the offer is taken down. —> Get A Discount Price For Azon Theme PLR Here Share this on Facebook Tweet This! Share this on del.icio.us Digg this! Share this on Technorati Stumble upon something good? Share it on StumbleUpon Email this via Yahoo! Mail Post on Google Buzz Related posts: MagicZon Review – WordPress Theme for Amazon Affiliate WPZoner Review – Amazon WordPress Theme WordPress Amazon Plugin – ReviewAzon.com MarketingVision – Premium WordPress Theme WordPress Theme To Build Product Launch Pages

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The Temptation of the Daily Deal

Each morning, my inbox is full of messages about a great Daily Deal that will expire if I don’t purchase by midnight.  It all started with Groupon and then I added other local & national deal sites as they’ve popped up with enticing discounts. The Deal may be a great discount – but that doesn’t mean it’s a good deal to you. Let’s look at the thought process of a Deal in order to avoid the temptation to buy when it doesn’t fit within your budget. Scarcity Motives Action Scarcity is a key ingredient to success of the Deal.  As consumers, scarcity is not a good thing – it motivates us act quickly and sometimes without logical thought.  Take a moment to understand the deal and your family budget before buying. Questions Before Buying Is this a product, service, or experience you were planning on purchasing? Does the Deal purchase plus any transaction overage fit within your budget for that category? Have you bought from this business before and would you return? If it’s a known business or product, how many Deals would you realistically use before the expiration date? Is this business about to close?  Do you need to use the Deal immediately to be sure? What is the fine print of the deal? The Fine Print Expiration dates – Sometimes there are two: one for the promotional value and then a later date or no expiration date for the purchase price.  This means that if the Deal was for $40 of merchandise for $20, you’ll need to redeem it within the shorter period to get the $40 value.  If you wait, then you still have a $20 gift certificate for that business but miss out on the $20 freebie portion. Days and Times – Many restaurants will limit the deal to dinner when prices are typically higher and you might order an adult beverage that is not included in the Deal price.  Some even exclude holidays or weekends. One time visit – The paper certificate you print off the site is not like a typical gift card.  You must use the value during one visit. The Dairy Queen deal for a $15 purchase for $7 was a bargain, but not to us since we typically only spend $8 in a visit. Locations – Sometimes the only franchise location offering the Deal is 30 miles away and not the one right down the street. Best Deals The best Deals are going to be for purchases that are part of your budget and places where you are a returning customer.  You know the business and you are really capturing the savings because you were going to buy there anyway. Normal gift cards that hold a balance and can be used over multiple transactions are more flexible than paper certificates that have to be used during one visit. Rewards in Sharing Just like we learned in Kindergarten, sharing is a good thing. Each Deal site has its own referral program.  You might get the Deal for free if 3 of your referrals via email or facebook buy the same deal.  You might get a $10 credit on the site for a future purchase if one person uses your referral link to purchase the deal. If our family wants more than one Fandango deal, I’ll refer the link to my husband and daughter.  My account gets the rewards and we all head to the movies for less than half-price! Out of sight, out of mind Be sure to print off your Deal as soon as it’s available.  I have my Deal accounts set up to send me reminders before the Deal expires just in case it slipped my mind. We keep all coupons, gift certificates, and Deals organized in plastic sheets in a binder.  When it’s Date Night, we head to the binder for our pre-paid options. Alternatives to Daily Deals Entertainment Books in some markets are great deals. The small investment upfront of the book price pays off time & time again.  Wait a few months after the release of the new book and get it for less. Restaurant.com typically has some kind of promotion for a percentage off, but we like to wait for the 80% or 90% off Deals.  We still use the same criteria of calculating total cost of the transaction, evaluating our experience with the business, and whether the place will still be in business next month. Daily Deals can be a great way to save money if you understand how to overcome the temptation to take advantages of a deep discount and take a moment to evaluate the best Deals for your budget! Do you routinely purchase Daily Deals?  Where do you find your best savings?  Did you ever have Buyer’s Remorse?  Meet us in the comments! Image by  Arcady / Shutterstock Related Articles: 5 ways to get a deal on Ebay How To Negotiate To Get A Great Deal Christmas Deals 5 Tips For Going Out To Eat On A Budget How to track daily expenses 5 Simple Ways To Save Money Shopping Ask the Readers: Best Travel Sites & Discount Deals For Florida? Cherie is a small business accountant with a passion to teach others about personal finance -especially military families through the Financial Peace program. With her son & daughter at college, Cherie enjoys spending time with her husband of 23 years, quilting, and volunteering. The articles on this site are for entertainment purposes and should not be taken as financial advice. Please contact a financial professional for specific advice regarding your situation. Also, many of the CPF articles help us pay the bills by using affiliate relationships with Amazon, Google, eBay and others. Find out more here .

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Rethinking Netflix: Is it Worth it?

Linda and I have been using Netflix for a couple years now and have really loved it. We haven’t had cable since we got married and watch most of our TV shows for free on Hulu.com , so spending $10 a month to always have a movie to watch and unlimited streaming to our TV seemed to be worth it – and it was for a while. Doing the Math But it just dawned on me the other day that we don’t quite use it as much as we used to. We probably average about 3-4 movies in the mail each month and really don’t use the streaming movies or tv very often at all any more. I should say when we first got it, we found tons of old episodes of our favorite shows on there, so we were using it quite a bit. But at this point it seems that we have gotten “caught up” and other than occasionally adding a new release that we are interested in, we just don’t use it that much. So, even if we watch 4 movies a month at $10/m it is costing us $2.50 per movie which is still quite a bit more than Redbox. Granted, the convenience of not having to drive to a Redbox is worth something, but our nearest Redbox is a very short drive. In addition to that, if we really didn’t want to leave the house we could rent a movie on itunes or via Amazon.com and stream it to our TV. While it might not be as cheap as Redbox, it might be worth it on those occasions when we can’t leave the house. Totals So, financially speaking, there really isn’t much of a clear-cut winner for us. We might save a couple dollars each month by not using Netflix any more, but it is pretty small change in the grand scheme of things. Time Vaccum More important to me than the few bucks we could save is the fact that we always have a movie sitting by the TV just waiting to be viewed. For me I often find that it is a lot easier to drop in a movie than to sit down and read a book, or go for a walk, or have a quiet conversation with my wife, or do anything more productive than giving 2 hours of my life to a movie. Because I have this tendency, I think it would be helpful to cut the temptation off at the root – by getting rid of Netflix. Ideally I would just have a little more self-control, but as Romans 13:14 says, I should “ make no provision for the flesh in regard to its lusts “. For me Netflix is turning out to be provision for the flesh. Are you a Netflix user? How do you manage your Netflix watching time?     Related Articles: Netflix vs. Blockbuster Online video rentals 5 cheap movie-renting alternatives Netflix for Books? Free and Legal TV and Movies online Delayed gratification – Is it worth it? 8 Ways We Dramatically Reduced Our Expenses This Month Bob enjoys dark chocolate, paying off debt, giving, Foosball, loose-leaf tea, helping people succeed, learning, anything God created, playing guitar, doing things the “long” way, Philippians, excellence, Chick-Fil-A, and making his wife smile. He started ChristianPF in 2007 and has been having a blast ever since. Find him on Facebook & Twitter . The articles on this site are for entertainment purposes and should not be taken as financial advice. Please contact a financial professional for specific advice regarding your situation. Also, many of the CPF articles help us pay the bills by using affiliate relationships with Amazon, Google, eBay and others. Find out more here .

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