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Every once in a while, I like to keep up with what's going on in the marketing space.
Amazon's sales tax fiasco is a hot topic at the moment.
In short, states that are trying to make up for lost revenue are now looking for affiliates that promote Amazon products because they do actually have a business in their state.
If you would like to know the basic points of what is going on, please read this blog post on the Internet marketing blueprint.
Also, please pay attention to the solution, which is why I asked this question first.
This seems to be a loophole that we can "legally" bypass.
But people have to wonder.
If I live in New Jersey, what reason do I have to merge in Delaware unless I "legally" do business there?
Look, I'm not a lawyer, I certainly don't know anything about the company law, but in my opinion the merger in Delaware just to be able to sell Amazon products is, well, not entirely Jewish
What do you think?
If this is a legitimate solution, how will the states respond?
Other than that, aren't these states aware that by implementing these new tax laws, they're forcing these sites, like Amazon, to kick out those affiliates?
To be honest, this whole thing doesn't make any sense to me.
But I want to know what other Warriors think.