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Monday, October 06, 2008

How to Send Surprise International Packages to Mariuca and LadyJava

Since Rex, London, Maddie and I all live in the United States, in the lovely Roxiticus Valley, New Jersey, we've never had a problem having our online shopping shipped directly to our home. However, I've heard it through the grapevine from my Malaysian blogosphere buddies that many online stores and eBay sellers do not ship internationally. LadyJava might see a great price for a new handbag online, or Mariuca might win an eBay auction for an elegant new lantern for her balcony, but when my international friends read the fine print they know their purchases will never make it to their hometown overseas. Luckily, there's a web site that offers a solution for my friends living overseas who want to buy goodies online from the United States. They can use the address to have their purchases shipped directly to ShipIto.com's warehouse in California. When ShipIto.com gets their packages, Mariuca and LJ will receive an email notification. Then it's time to use the shipping calculator to decide how they want their packages forwarded... USPS Priority, Express, or FedEx with a big discount to anywhere in the world.

ShipIto.com is also a great solution for online store owners and eBay sellers, who can finally offer international shipping with no hassle by either referring customers who sign up with the ShipIto.com system or opening an account where the seller enters online where each package should be forwarded.

Once I get started with ShipIto.com's affiliate program, I'll earn a 10% commission every time you or I send a package to surprise Mariuca or LadyJava....what do you lovely ladies think of that idea?

2 comments:

LadyJava said...

Wowee!! that sounds like a great idea Roxy.. and you know what a handbag freak I am right.. let me know when you figure out the affiliate thingy.. might as well someone earns from all that shipping! hehe!

LadyJava said...

Oh btw.. guess whose blog has been nominated for best diarist over at blognet..hehe..