In addition, larger countries online that sell products, don't see people in your countries
making purchases and/or do not ship to your country.
Really, it's just common sense when you think about it.
For example, I will use 'Doggie Door PuPu Doors' as an example....I just made that up.
Doggie Door PuPu Doors are made and sold in the USA. So why would Doggie Door PuPu Doors
offer a survey to those in Croatia? It wouldn't make any sense for them to.
So that is the issue. It has nothing to do with anything except for what the advertiser wants
and to who he wants. If I lived in Croatia and sold baby shoes to only people in Croatia, I wouldn't
buy surveys to target people in the USA for my baby shoes.
People in the USA will buy anything.
As stupid as that sounds, it's pretty much true. The USA is a very large country and compared
to many countries, people in the USA can afford to buy things they don't need. Last night I went
to walmart and I bought 3 packs of index cards. I bought two packs of colored index cards that
contained 100 cards in each pack and I bought one package of white index cards of 100 in the pack.
So ask me, what do I need 300 index cards for? My answer is, I wanted one pack of colored index
cards so that I could write recipes on them. Instead I bought 3 packs. Why? Because I could.
I thought maybe I might use them some time and I'd have them on hand. The flip side is, I may
never use them.
There's a lot of suckers in the USA.
AlienMommy wrote: Oh LORD!
That commercial just came on again......and now it's in my head again.
VALERIE......ebil ebil ebil ebil!
Where's your puppy????