Helping Santa Find and Deliver Presents Globally
With the Holidays right around the corner, most children have already crafted their Christmas wish lists with care, and sent them off to Santa’s toy factory on the northern most tip of the North Pole. Santa’s Elves have been working tirelessly around the clock fulfilling each order that comes in (only after checking the naughty list not just once, but twice of course) to ensure that all of the presents will be delivered on time by the 25th.
Every year, however, there are a few children that have procrastinated in getting their wish lists sent out on time, putting Santa and his elves in a real bind trying to fulfill and sort through all of the last minute orders.
If you have found yourself or someone you know in a similar situation, try to help Santa out a bit this year, like this young man:
In today’s high tech world, it’s just as easy to shoot Santa a quick email with a few links to your favorite products, and now, thanks to free “prime-now” shipping from Amazon, Santa is able to place these last minute orders from the comfort of his own sleigh. Great right!? But what’s the catch?
Well, unfortunately even Santa is limited by “Geo Fragmentation” and may run into error messages or shipping difficulties when placing these orders as he whips across the sky all around the world. So before you send off your final last minute wish list email full of long Amazon links, make sure to simplify them into geni.us links that will work anywhere in the world for jolly old Saint Nick!
We have already taken the liberty of helping out the little boy from above, by sending Santa a new globalized geni.us link for that awesome new RC Killer Whale car he wants: http://geni.us/2NLi.
We wish you the best of luck in finishing up those last minute wish lists, and please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions about globalizing your links – to help out Mr. Claus of course.
Happy Holidays from all of us at Geniuslink!