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In October 2008, Affiliate Summit had a niche one day show at Baruch College in New York City focused on the different aspects of social media in affiliate marketing. Lots of exciting buzz around Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and making videos but how can you make money from them? How can you use social media effectively […]

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The Target.com affiliate program began to explore social media to better serve our publishers. We started by observing the community. Through Twitter, we followed the members of the affiliate community and learned from industry experts. Listening to discussions gave us insight into current events and helped generate ideas to improve our affiliate program. Once we […]

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It’s been said over and over that the key to success as an affiliate manager is maintaining good relationships with your affiliates. The foundation of any good relationship is communication, enforcing the need to be available across multiple channels for your affiliates to get in touch with you. Making yourself available for your affiliates will […]

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Microblogging is great method for communicating with affiliates and consumers. Brevity is not only the soul of wit, it is the foundation of Twitter, a free, burgeoning social networking/micro blogging service that provides savvy online marketers a highly effective way to communicate with consumers, peers and influencers 140 characters at a time. On first glance […]

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We’ve wrapped up the first issue of FeedFront magazine and we’re sending it to the printer. Issues will be mailed in June 2008. Here are the articles in the first issue: Editors Note: Missy Ward & Shawn Collins Five Ways to Evaluate a Merchant’s Landing Page: Dan Murray Pros & Cons of Utilizing Multiple Networks: […]

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