How to Fix Online Shopping – By Shawn Collins

by Colleen on November 21, 2013

Affiliate Summit Press, a new publishing arm of Affiliate Summit, has put out the first in a series of books aimed at the digital marketing space called Online Shopping is Broken: How to Fix It.ff24_cover-sm

The book is based on short essays from U.S. college students who answered the question, “What is your biggest frustration with online shopping and how would you suggest fixing it?,” in 250-500 words.

The essays were part of a contest from Affiliate Summit, where we provided ten scholarships of $1,000 each to college students, based on their essay entries.

Winners were selected by the Affiliate Summit Advisory Board.

• Kerry Anderson – University of Maryland
• Maria Andrade – Arizona State University
• Julia Anthony – West Chester University
• Andrew Arredondo – University of Utah
• Julia Belsky – Washington University in St. Louis
• Clayton Bradshaw – Tulsa Community College
• Justin Davis – Cowley College
• Jacquelyn D Grammer – Valencia College
• Sanya Lalani – George Mason University
• Andrew Joseph McCarty – Arcadia University

The winning essays, as well as all other submissions, are listed in this book in alphabetical order by last name.

The book includes the winning entries, as well as the others that were submitted, which conformed to the minimum or maximum word count.

Online Shopping is Broken: How to Fix It
is available in paperback and on Kindle at

Keep an eye out for more Affiliate Summit Press books.

Shawn is Co-founder of Affiliate Summit and Co-Editor-in-Chief of FeedFront Magazine, and blogs at

This article appeared in issue 24 of FeedFront Magazine, which was published in October 2013. Read issue 24 of FeedFront Magazine.

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