I woke up to a birthday wish from a Facebook friend* yesterday. Well, it was more of a clumsy spam post wrapped in a birthday message: Hi. Happy birthday. hope you don’t mind me messaging you, but I am keen to ensure that my Facebook Friends know about my Facebook Page( https://www.facebook.com/[redacted]) and, through it, […]

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On the April 21, 2014 episode of 7 Minutes in Affiliate Heaven podcast (listen to 7 Minutes in Affiliate Heaven), I talked about the Performance Marketing Summit in Austin this week, a new book on monetizing blogs from Missy Ward, and taking acting on Canada’s Anti-Spam Law. I also mentioned that booths for Affiliate Summit […]

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5 Ways to Reactivate Latent Affiliates from Affiliate Summit East 2012

April 20, 2014

This was a conference session titled 5 Ways to Reactivate Latent Affiliates from Affiliate Summit East 2012, which took place August 12-14, 2012 in New York City at the Hilton New York. Session speaker: Michael Ni, CMO, Avangate Session description: Walk through 5 tested ideas that merchants employ to get the most of their affiliate […]

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The Power of Blogging and Branding from Affiliate Summit East 2012

April 19, 2014

This was a conference session titled The Power of Blogging and Branding from Affiliate Summit East 2012, which took place August 12-14, 2012 in New York City at the Hilton New York. Session speakers: Lisa Picarille, Content Director, Performance Marketing Association (Moderator) John Chow, Founder & CEO, John Chow dot Com Zac Johnson, President/CEO, MoneyReign, […]

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Freelancer.com Buys Warrior Forum for $3.2 Million

April 18, 2014

Freelancer.com, a job outsourcing marketplace, has purchased the Warrior Forum for $3.2 million, according to TechCrunch. In an announcement to forum members, founder Allen Says stated that he started the Internet marketing forum in 1997 and it has grown to over 730,000 members. I’ve never been active over there, but I see that I joined […]

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