From the monthly archives:

September 2011

You’ve been following CAN-SPAM for years, but are you prepared for CASL? The Canadian Anti-Spam Law was published by the CRTC (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission) on June 30, and if strictly enforced, closes a major gap in email marketing regulation in the countries that make up the G8. The passing of the new Canadian […]

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The speaker proposal period for Affiliate Summit West 2012, taking place January 8-10, 2012 in Las Vegas, is about to end. The submission deadline is October 7, 2011. The speaker submissions are chosen based on the following: Public voting scores and comments. Voting scores and comments by the Affiliate Summit Advisory Board. Voting scores by […]

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This week on the Affiliate Thing podcast, Shawn Collins and Lisa Picarille talk about recent changes at Facebook, affiliate marketing meetups this week, and lame Oakland Raiders fans. Also discussed were free massages for Platinum pass holders at Affiliate Summit West 2012, an affiliate how to webinar, California repealing the affiliate nexus tax (for now), […]

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It’s been a few weeks now since wildfires broke out in Austin, TX and the surrounding areas. My family, neighbors, and I am eternally grateful for Travis County Emergency Service District No.6, who courageously fought the central Texas wildfires of September 2011. There were lots of fundraisers and events shortly after the wildfires, but things […]

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Relationships are something we encounter every day in both our personal and business lives. When creating personal relationships, generally a person will surround themselves with people they have things in common with. The same principle applies in business relationships. Once you have met someone who may be a potential business partner, always start the process […]

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