Blogroll Update

September 22, 2007

Today I finally did some blogroll cleanup and found that a few sites have gone away and also noticed that several that I regularly read weren’t on the list. I especially recommend the New Liturgical Movement and What Does the Prayer Really Say? in light of all the liturgical news lately.

We have a list of blogger affiliates on the sidebar. These blogs have signed up as affiliates with Aquinas and More and link to our store. Bloggers that use our store as their first stop for product links earn 10% (Amazon pays 4%). Interested?

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No More Affiliate Links!

April 17, 2007

That’s right, if you are an Aquinas and More affiliate you no longer have to remember your affiliate code to link to our site and get the referral tracking. Instead of having to enter http://www.aquinasandmore.com/index.cfm/affiliate/YOURCODE, you can just enter http://www.aquinasandmore.com and we take care of the rest. Want to link to a specific item or section? Just copy the link from the address bar in your browser and enter it on your site. You don’t have to enter your affiliate code anymore.

The only catch is that you have to sign up as an affiliate.  If you have multiple sites, you can still use your affiliate code on your other sites or just create a new account for each site and save yourself the hassle.


Calling Catholic Bloggers

April 27, 2006

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Alright, we know that most of you are already linked up with Amazon for an affiliate program but I thought I would make a pitch for the Aquinas and More Blogger program in case you would ever consider supporting a Catholic organization instead or in addition to Amazon.

Our program pays 10% compared to Amazon's 4% and we keep track of your referrals for six months instead of one week. We offer many of the same features as Amazon including text, image and combination links, random product links for new and bestselling items, search boxes and banners.

We also have a Good Faith Guarantee which gives customers the assurance that we carry authentically Catholic products. At Amazon "Catholic" is a very broad term.

While we aren't Amazon, we do have the largest selection of any Catholic on-line store and we will list our Catholic blog affiliates on our blog as well.

If you would like to send your visitors to a site that cares about what Catholic means and support a great family run business at the same time, click here to sign up.