Families Can Buy FuzziBunz® Cloth Diapers Directly at FuzziBunz.com
LAFAYETTE, La., June 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — FuzziBunz®, the inventors of the modern cloth diaper, this week announces it has converted its website into a full ecommerce cloth diapering shopping site. Fans of FuzziBunz® can now buy FuzziBunz® cloth diapers and accessories directly at FuzziBunz.com without leaving the site!
“Our goal was to make FuzziBunz.com a one-stop-shop where our fans could find the largest selection of FuzziBunz® products available on the Internet – and they can buy those items directly from the source,” said Tereson Dupuy, the founder of FuzziBunz® and The Mother of the Modern Cloth Diaper.
Customers who especially love FuzziBunz® cloth diapers, including supporters, cloth diapering enthusiasts, childbirth educators, doulas, bloggers and more, also have the ability to sell them through FuzziBunz®’s new commission-based Affiliate Program.
Dupuy says FuzziBunz® is what it is today because of moms sharing their love of FuzziBunz with other moms. Now, for the first time, FuzziBunz® is proud to compensate them for these efforts.
“I have always been an advocate of moms helping moms. Over the past 12 years, I have seen hundreds of mom-owned businesses get off the ground due in large part to FuzziBunz®,” says Dupuy. “I’m proud to offer the opportunity to empower even more moms to earn income while sharing something they use and love.”
How to Become a FuzziBunz Affiliate Member
To become a FuzziBunz® affiliate member, an individual or company can apply at: http://affiliates.myfuzzibunz.com/signup. Once the application is approved, the individual can begin sharing the link with her friends, family and through her social networks such as her blog or Facebook and Twitter pages. When someone clicks on the link, Internet “cookies” track the visitor. When a purchase is made, the affiliate gets a 10-15% commission on the total sale.
FuzziBunz® provides its affiliates with access to resources such as graphics, button and banner ads, cloth diapering information and product details – all tools to assist in sharing their links.
Kelly Wels, the author of “Changing Diapers: The Hip Mom’s Guide to Modern Cloth Diapers ,” is one of the first FuzziBunz® advocates to become a FuzziBunz® affiliate.
“FuzziBunz® was the brand that sparked the entire modern cloth diapering revolution and I have always used and admired the brand. Through FuzziBunz®’s new affiliate program I’ll now be able to not only share my love of FuzziBunz with my fans through my website, blog and social networks, which I’m already doing, but now I’ll also be able to earn income for doing so – a win-win for my fans, me and FuzziBunz®!” says Wels.
FuzziBunz® forever changed the modern cloth diapering world when it was introduced in 2000. Today, FuzziBunz® diapers are available in the award-winning One Size Elite cloth diaper and popular Perfect Size cloth diaper options. The One Size Elite diaper is one of the most adjustable cloth diapers on the market and is made to grow with a child from birth through toddlerhood. The Perfect Size cloth diaper, which comes in x-small, small, medium and large sizes, is made for parents who want a sized diaper that fits perfectly every time with no adjustments.
To shop for cloth diapers or become a FuzziBunz® affiliate, visit: www.FuzziBunz.com.
Known as the gold standard in cloth diapering, the patented FuzziBunz® cloth diapers are a modern, convenient and sustainable diapering solution for today’s busy parents. The reusable pocket cloth diapers ensure no leaks, no rash and no waste. Stay-at-home-mom Tereson Dupuy invented FuzziBunz® in January 1999 in response to her infant son’s chronic diaper rash and her overall dissatisfaction with all available diapers. Tereson stitched the first FuzziBunz® in her home and a short time later, the modern cloth diapering movement was born. For more information or to buy FuzziBunz® cloth diapers and accessories, please visit: http://www.FuzziBunz.com.
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