• Thought Catalog ditches affiliate commerce to focus on selling its own books

    After more than a year of trying to sell its audience 3-D printers and sex toys, Thought Catalog has shifted to focus on selling its own books, which include titles such as Janne Robinson’s “This is For the Women Who Don’t Give a Fuck” or Brianna Wiest’s “Salt Water.” Commerce represents a small slice of revenue for the personal essays and advice publisher, with the rest comin ...

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  • Joe Sousa on Wedding Donuts, Playing Bass, and Homemade Bacon

    Joe Sousa, Senior Affiliate Coordinator at Fanatics, joined me to chat on my podcast, This is Affiliate Marketing with Shawn Collins. I wanted to learn more about the real Joe, so I asked him a variety of questions I figured he had not been asked in previous interviews. Topics included… How he came to like Liverpool F.C.

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  • Have You Started Networking for #ASW18?

    We’ve got a new app (iTunes / Google Play) for your smart phone or tablet for Affiliate Summit West 2018, and it’s ready to use now for planning and networking. The Affiliate Summit West 2018 app and networking site, powered by Pathable, will help you network with other attendees, interact with our speakers, learn about the exhibitors, and build your personal schedule of educational sessions.

    Shawn Collins/ affiliatetip.com- 10 readers -
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  • How to Use Transitional Phrases to Keep Your Readers Sliding Down the Page

    Some writers seem to have a magic touch… One minute you’re reading their opening, and before you know it, you’ve reached the end of their article. Their content reads so smoothly, it’s almost impossible to stop. So how do they do it? Well, great writers are meticulous about making each line flow seamlessly into the next.

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  • Know AAP from AMG and AMS: How Amazon’s major ad offerings work

    WPP, Publicis and Omnicom are looking to spend more than $800 million combined on Amazon advertising next year, while Amazon is improving its advertising products and hiring sales people to cater to agencies’ needs. But Amazon’s rapid advertising growth comes with much confusion surrounding the often talked-about Amazon Media Group, Amazon Marketing Services and Amazon Advertising Platform.

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  • Coupon Affiliates: To Pay or Not to Pay

    … When an advertiser makes the decision to either work or not work with a coupon affiliate, special considerations need to take place. For our purposes today we define “advertiser” as either a retailer or merchant. On a recent call for the Retailers and Merchant Council, PMA members discussed the validity of sales driven by coupon […] The post Coupon Affiliates: To Pay or Not to Pay appeared first on The PMA. …

    The PMAin Affiliate- 11 readers -
  • 2018 Calendar of Affiliate Marketing Events: Conferences, Expos & More

    With the economy booming, we have all the reasons to believe that in 2018 we will see more affiliate marketing events (happening globally) than ever before. To help you navigate these, we hereby bring you our 8th annual compilation of affiliate marketing conferences, trade shows, expos, and other events to consider in the course of the year (the list will be constantly updated ...

    Geno Prussakov/ Geno Prussakov- 13 readers -
  • 16 Questions to Ask Your Programmatic Provider

    I have been asked for advice a number of times recently on whether a managed service or self-service programmatic display solution is the right way to go. Of course, the answer to this question is generally, “it depends”. And it depends on a lot of things, but mostly it is about scale and control. What is the scale of your programmatic display activity and what control are you looking for.

    State of Digital- 8 readers -
  • 220: What You Should Include in Your Email Newsletters

    What You Should Include in Your Email Newsletters (and Answers to 4 FAQs About Email) Do you email your blog readers regularly? Maybe you put ‘set up email newsletter’ on your ‘someday’ list ages ago, but still haven’t done it. Or maybe you have a newsletter list, but you haven’t sent one in months.

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  • The Rule of Four for Making Money Online

    I subscribe to a pretty good variety of channels on YouTube. I watch creative vlogs, comedy pieces, car reviews, political explanations, talk show highlights… the list goes on. Recently, I came across a YouTube channel mostly hosted by a young urban professional talking about her financial strategy and how she’s able to maintain a fairly high standard of living in an expensive city.

    Michael Kwan/ John Chow dot Com- 10 readers -