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If you have an affiliate program, it is likely that you have approved coupon sites to your program. This article will help you understand how to set your goals, understand the value of your current affiliates, and create a coupon strategy for use in your affiliate program. Setting Your Goals In order to set your […]

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“Those that can’t do, teach.” That is a well-known cliché, but not one that is ideal to live by. While I was working in the education system, principals were required to have at least three years of classroom experience before they could become a principal. Logically, a principal needs to know what it is that […]

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The affiliate marketing industry has a number of parent/child teams working together, such as Greg Rice and Greg Rice Jr.; Andy Rodriguez and Andy Rodriguez Jr.; and Deborah Carney and Liz Fogg-Ababon. In recent years I have become more involved in working with my father, Bill Swartwout, in what is now our company. Bill started […]

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One of the most popular promotional methods for businesses lately has been pre-paid deals. We’ve all seen them from places like Groupon, LivingSocial, or DealEx, but are they a good thing for merchants? They are known by many names, such as “flash deals”, “Groupons”, “group buying”, or simply “pre-paid vouchers”. Names aside, they allow a […]

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No, this is not another article asking “Do you have a Twitter account for your business?” or “How much time do you spend on Twitter?” Rather, this article is going to challenge you to ask yourself about your current Twitter strategies. The key question is, when you Tweet, are you talking at people, or are […]

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