Jeannine Crooks on Denver Sports, Prague, and the USPS

January 12, 2017

Jeannine Crooks, Client Services Manager of Affiliate Window US, joined me to chat on my podcast, This is Affiliate Marketing with Shawn Collins. I wanted to learn more about the real Jeannine, so I asked her a variety of questions I figured she had not been asked in previous interviews. Jeannine Crooks on Denver Sports, […]

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Get Your Users into the Mobile Age – By Vadim Rogovskiy

January 11, 2017

The race for business world dominance moves on, and mobile seems to be leading in it. In fact, we are approaching a mobile tipping point, where the percentage of Internet access from mobile devices begins to exceed that of all other devices combined. According to GlobalWebIndex, mobile may surpass all other platforms, in terms of […]

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Network Before Affiliate Summit West 2017

January 11, 2017

Hopefully, you’ve already been scheduling meetings for Affiliate Summit West 2017. If not, get moving on that now. The Affiliate Summit West 2017 networking site, powered by Pathable, will help you network with other attendees. This tool will enable you to view the profiles and interests of the other attendees; discover which of your contacts […]

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High-Risk Merchant Processing Just Got Riskier – By Rachel Hirsch

January 10, 2017

In September, the payment processing industry took a massive, unexpected hit when the U.S. government designated PacNet, a large Canadian payment processor, on the U.S. Treasury’s Office of Foreign Asset Control’s (OFAC) list of transactional criminal organizations (TCO) for its role in processing for direct mailer merchants alleged to have defrauded their customers. The OFAC […]

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Is Your Business Planted or Buried?

January 10, 2017

I was chatting with some people at a recent conference about the origins of Affiliate Summit, and they were surprised to hear that we started with nothing, but some passion and ideas. Our initial investment was literally the domain registration. The rest was a matter of using our hosting and email accounts, calling in favors, […]

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