Amazon Offers the Perfect Modern Day Gift for the Non-Techies in My Life

Being in the search industry I often have different “geeky” interests than my family and friends.  All the gadgets I love they don’t understand and all the helpful backup drives and flash drives I give them they have no idea how to use. Sad I know…

One service I cannot live without is Amazon Prime and I know many of my pals in the search industry love it too. Here are the features you get:

  • FREE Two-Day Shipping on millions of items (no minimum order size)
  • Access to unlimited instant streaming of thousands of movies and TV shows with Prime Instant Video
  • A Kindle book to borrow for free each month from the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library

Two Day Shipping (& Better Prices)

I use it all the time! More importantly, items I need are often cheaper on Amazon than in local department stores so I get the same product in two days for less money. Here is an example, once I needed some nice HDMI cords and I was at Best Buy. The cords were $79! So I pulled out my iPhone and looked up the same cords on my Amazon app and guess what? They were $5.95 on Amazon…I could wait 2 days.

Before I buy anything these days I check my Amazon app first and I save a lot of money each year. With free shipping all I need is 2 days of patience or I can get 1 day shipping for $3.99.

 You, and I, Can Give Amazon Prime as a Gift

Gift of prime

You can give a year of Prime to someone you love. Here is how it works.

Amazon will send your gift recipient an email on the day you choose, along with redemption instructions. The gift recipient can start their Prime membership right away. If the recipient is already a Prime member, the gift can be exchanged for an Gift Card. The one-year gift membership does not automatically renew.

If you are interested in learning more visit Amazon here.

About Melissa Fach

AuthorityLabs Community Jedi - Melissa Fach is the owner of SEOAware, LLC that specializes in consulting and training businesses. She is also the Community Jedi at AuthorityLabs, the Social Community Manager for Pubcon, a past Editor of Search Engine Journal and a big cat volunteer. You can find her on Twitter @SEOAware.

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