From the monthly archives:

February 2012

There has been a lot of chatter about Pinterest and Skimlinks lately, but it seems much has been speculation and misinformation, so I figured it would be good to hear straight from Skimlinks. I asked Alicia Navarro, Founder & CEO of Skimlinks a few questions… How long were you working with Pinterest? Pinterest has been […]

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Rakuten LinkShare announced today that they have changed their logo from “LinkShare, a Rakuten Company” to “Rakuten LinkShare.” The new logo was created to reflect the strategy of LinkShare’s parent company, Rakuten, to increase awareness of the Rakuten brand around the world in internet services, including e-commerce and online marketing. The company also indicates that […]

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Do you find affiliate marketing to be overwhelming, and you feel like you could really benefit from some guidance? Well, I’ve got great news for you. The Affiliate Summit forum is free and there are lots of experienced affiliate marketers there who are happy to help. Jump right in and start asking questions, and a […]

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Jim Kukral has started up a free service for fiction and non-fiction authors called the Author Marketing Club. Author Marketing Club is a community of authors who are going through the same pains and successes, and who want to work together to help one other learn how to promote their books. We just recently published […]

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This week on the Affiliate Thing podcast, Shawn Collins and Lisa Picarille talk about Pinterest and Skimlinks parting ways, affiliate marketing companies going public, and OneLoad.com being prejudiced towards affiliate marketers. They also talked about Dell’s Maribel Sierra keynoting Affiliate Summit Central 2012, a free webinar on creating information products, February affiliate meetups, and New […]

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