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Setting up a MyFonts Affiliate Program

I'm a big fan of MyFonts.  I've been using them for several years to get exactly the right font for graphic designs.  It's amazing how much a good quality font in a graphic can make a difference, even for a blogger.  Unfortunately, the affiliate program requires a strange link that is a little unfriendly for Blogger users, so I'm making this generic blog post so my site can be verified.

Originally I was going to verify it, then delete it, which you can do too.  Then I realized a few of my readers might like learning how to make a few extra pennies with Blogger.  I'm going to post a detailed "How To" article on my business blog, www.jasonsmillion.com.

So check it out:  How to Set Up a MyFonts Affiliate Program on Blogger

If you love typography like I do, click the little box on any of my websites before you buy a font.  I earn maybe a whole nickle if you do!

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