Amazon Affiliate

SLA is an Amazon Affiliate

Did you know you can conveniently shop Amazon while supporting SLA at no extra cost or effort?

Whenever you click on the below Amazon buttons for the US, United Kingdom, and Canada Amazon homepages respectively, or one of the rotating Amazon banner ads on our site (US members only), SLA will receive a small commission on any eventual purchase you make. This will strengthen SLA’s support of the information profession without costing you an extra penny. Your prices remain the same; you just support SLA while you shop!


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To save you time and effort, below are detailed instructions on how to bookmark the SLA Amazon Affiliate link so that every time you shop, you can support your professional association:

  1. Right-click the Amazon icon above (or for MAC users, press and hold the control key while you click).
  2. Select “Bookmark this link” (or similarly worded option – for Internet Explorer, your option will read “Add to Favorites”).
  3. Name the bookmark as you prefer (simply “Amazon” would work)

If you have any questions about the program or the bookmarking process, let us know.

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