Beso.com calls themselves a “powerful, lifestyle centric shopping engine” that offers their customers the ability to shop “tens of millions” products from a wide variety of stores and brand names.
Beso.com is not a traditional online retailer – they do not produce their own products, nor do they acquire products from other retailers for short term sales and promotions, like membership boutiques such as Ideeli.com.
Instead, Beso acts as a product aggregate, bringing together all sorts of different items – from men’s and women’s apparel, to beauty products, to gadgets – and organizing them in a way that is beneficial for their customers, including maintaining a series of “inspiration boards,” in groups like “The Best Items for Fall.”
Once you register your free account, you will take time to create a profile where you indicate your favorite stores, brands, and items by marking them with a small pink heart. When you actually search through the items, you can keep a virtual “Shopping List” by click the blue plus sign next to any item.
When you find something you would like to purchase, simply click the button underneath the picture that says Go To This Store to complete the sale.
Beso.com also says that they offer a way for all of their account holders to make money, through a unique affiliate program. An affiliate program is where a company will offer you compensation for advertising their products or services.
While affiliates tend to be bloggers or website owners, Beso extends this opportunity to all of their account holders, by allowing them to “share” their favorite items via social networking websites.
Since their affiliate program is a Pay Per Click system, each time someone clicks on the picture you have posted, you will be paid anywhere from $.05 to $.50. You can see how much you’ve earned by checking into your MyBeso account.
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