Amazon.com

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Amazon.com, founded by liberal Jeff Bezos is the United States' largest online retailer.[1] After being founded in 1995, the company did not make its first quarterly profit until 2001.[1] If individuals make purchases from Amazon Smile, the company donates a portion of the sale to a charity of the buyer's choice, such as International Christian Concern.[2]

In 2014, Amazon announced that it would be partnering with Twitter, an agreement that allows individuals to make purchases using a hashtag.[3]

Amazon.com is one of the most common ways to purchase for many who practice preparedness and survivalism.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Saul Hansell (Jan 23 2002). TECHNOLOGY; A Surprise From Amazon: Its First Profit (English) (HTML). New York Times. New York Times Co.. Retrieved on Apr 26 2009.
  2. Holiday, Ryan (30 September 2014). Growth Hacker Marketing: A Primer on the Future of PR, Marketing, and Advertising. Penguin Group US. ISBN 9780698176911. Retrieved on 31 October 2014. “You can set up a special subdomain on your ecommerce site where a percentage of every purchase users make goes to a charity of their choice (which is what Amazon did with Smile.Amazon.com this year to great success, proving that even a successful company can find little growth hacks).” 
  3. Twitter And Amazon Join Forces (15 May 2014). Retrieved on 31 October 2014. “In a recent announcement Amazon made it’s affiliation with Twitter public. It will allow it’s users to buy products using a hashtag. The service is already available in the US and United Kingdom.”

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