Now here's a funny thing. Amazon are selling monthly subscriptions to my blog for their Kindle e-reader. It will cost you £0.99 a month. Nothing wrong with that, you might think. Except...
... Amazon haven't actually been in touch with me to ask if I would like them to sell such a subscription or to suggest a revenue share. The fact that this product is 10,649th in their chart indicates that they have indeed sold some subscriptions.
So what they are doing is selling my content on their site without any permission at all - and then trousering 100% of the revenue. Some might call that intellectual property theft.
It's virtually impossible to contact Amazon by phone. So perhaps they'd like to contact me and explain how they are selling my product without my permission. Otherwise they might be hearing from m'learned friend.
UPDATE: And to add insult to injury, they're charging £1.99 for Guido!!! Lol
UPDATE 17/8: All sorted. It appears that Newstex, a company which supplies my blog feed to Lexis Nexis, also supplies the feed to Amazon. I hadn't known about this. Amazon have been in touch today and in future I'll be supplying the feed directly.