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  • 100 Campaign Launch Challenge [Day 1]

    Challenge: Launch 100 Campaigns in a month and document results Summary Campaigns Launched So Far 2/100 Profit/Loss -$35.65 It's the very first post for this challenge which is always exciting. It's ridiculous how quickly these months go by and I know I'll be looking back on this post in no time. General Idea I wanted to try something different in this challenge.

    AffEngineer.comin Affiliate- 28 readers -
  • Are You Giving Away too Much for Free in Your Content Marketing?

    If you sell information products (which is something I recommend you do) and you also do content marketing, you'll inevitably face a dilemma. On the one hand, it's your business to sell your know-how and expertise and on the other hand, giving information away for free is how you can attract an audience.

    IM Impactin Content- 24 readers -
  • Colorado Affiliates Eligible for Amazon Associates Program Again

    Follow As of February 3, 2016, Amazon is once again allowing Colorado affiliates to apply for their Associates Program. The change was made to their operating agreement “Effective February 3” but states that it applied started February 1. Amazon had previously dropped all of its Colorado affiliates in March 2010 after the Colorado legislature passed a tax law that imp ...

    The PMAin Affiliate- 9 readers -
  • What a $5 million Super Bowl ad can buy you in digital media (tl;dr: a lot)

    Every year, marketing pundit-types ask themselves the question: “Is the Super Bowl worth it?” And when the price tag is $5 million for 30-seconds of airtime, it’s a pretty good question — especially when you begin wondering what you can get for that money in digital. Turns out, a lot. On social media and on websites, $5 million can cover, in some cases, your entire budget for the year.

    Shareen Pathak/ Digidayin Social EMail- 26 readers -
  • WSJ: Amazon Plans To Open 300-400 More Physical Bookstores

    Amazon is planning a major expansion of hundreds of new physical bookstores, according to the Wall Street Journal. The WSJ cites comments made today on an earnings call by Sandeep Mathrani, the CEO of Chicago-based mall operator General Growth Properties Inc. “You’ve got Amazon opening brick-and-mortar bookstores and their goal is to open, as I understand, 300 to 400,” said Mr.

    Matt Mcgee/ Marketing Land- 18 readers -
  • First Snapchat Network Naritiv Raises $3 Million in Series A Funding

    Snapchat content marketing platform Narativ, which claims to be the first media company born on Snapchat, announced recently that it has raised $3 million Series A funding — led by Third Wave Digital and Allen DeBevoise, with funds also coming from Disney and Luminari Capital. Currently, Naritiv’s network on Snapchat gets more than 16 billion views per month and, to date, h ...

    Justin Lafferty/ Inside Facebook- 17 readers -
  • Stories on the Brain: How to Get Your Message Across

    When I went freelance in 2012, the question arose of what I should call myself. (I know what some other people would like to call me, but I’m being professional here.) Over the years, I’d become known (and employed) as a copywriter, social media manager, blogger, journalist, digital marketer, SEO writer, event speaker, workshop trainer and communications manager.

    Jonathan Crossfield/ Jonathan Crossfieldin How To's- 21 readers -
  • How Zoolander Started a New Model for Instagram Marketing

    Two months ago, Instagram users following the actor Ben Stiller were in for a surprise. Stiller’s feed was filled with one of those composite images—sometimes called tiling—where one photo is split into multiple posts. In this case, it was a series of grey, furry images that, altogether, depicted Derek Zoolander holding a Siberian husky.

    The Content Strategistin Social How To's- 13 readers -
  • Yahoo Revenues Off 15 Percent, CEO Mayer Announces Restructuring Plan

    Yahoo announced Q4 and full-year revenues. While earnings per share were in-line with expectations, revenues (ex-TAC) were down 15 percent. As expected the company confirmed that it would lay off 15 percent of its workforce and also announced a restructuring. During her earnings call remarks CEO Marissa Mayer expressed confidence in the direction of the company while defendi ...

    Greg Sterling/ Marketing Land- 18 readers -
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