FeedFront Issue 1 Shipping Soon

Missy Ward and Shawn Collins of the https://www.fusionquest.com/cgi-bin/main/hotlinks.cgi?aflt=afc1&client=affsumAffiliate Summit have put together an “offline” publication that looks like it’s going to be a great read based on the talent assembled for the articles.

I contributed a piece describing the best ways to get things done in affiliate marketing using web2.0 tools:

FeedFront Articles in Issue 1 : FeedFront: “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: Brian Littleton
* Twitter Grabs Attention: Lisa Picarille
* GTD in Affiliate Marketing with Web 2.0: Sam Harrelson
* Affiliate Marketers Give Back: Missy Ward
* Online Video Advertising: Tim Carter
* Nobody Would Use a Search Engine with Paid Results: Dan Gray
* Building Profitable Customer Relationships by Following These Simple Email Axioms: Tom Kulzer
* Are You the Next Super Affiliate Blogger?: Zac Johnson
* Ad Networks, Vertical Ad Networks, and Affiliate Networks: Peter Figueredo
* Affiliate Manager Compensation: Shawn Collins
* My 3 Favorite Blogs You May Not Visit: Wil Reynolds
* My 3 Favorite Tools You May Not be Using: Wil Reynolds
* Get Off Your Butt and Start Making Videos: Jim Kukral “

You can get a subscription to FeedFront here.

10 thoughts on “FeedFront Issue 1 Shipping Soon”

  1. David J. Schachner

    This happened to me about a month ago. Same deal. Secure password, Mac (no virus/keylogger), etc. I no longer trust Google, and have since switched to FastMail and other services that are not only not all tied together, but I can actually reach someone for help if something bad does happen.

    1. How are you liking Fastmail these days? I’ve actually kept an Enhanced Acct there for the last several years and used them heavily a few years back.

      I’m thinking they could be my new home (just wondering about their direction post-Opera acquisition).

      1. David J. Schachner

        I’m liking it. The service is still great (and fast and reliable). I also like that FastMail has REAL IMAP, so I can use it with Apple Mail properly (don’t get me started on Gmail’s IMAP). They also recently increased the storage space across all accounts.

  2. David J. Schachner

    This happened to me about a month ago. Same deal. Secure password, Mac (no virus/keylogger), etc. I no longer trust Google, and have since switched to FastMail and other services that are not only not all tied together, but I can actually reach someone for help if something bad does happen.

    1. How are you liking Fastmail these days? I’ve actually kept an Enhanced Acct there for the last several years and used them heavily a few years back.

      I’m thinking they could be my new home (just wondering about their direction post-Opera acquisition).

      1. David J. Schachner

        I’m liking it. The service is still great (and fast and reliable). I also like that FastMail has REAL IMAP, so I can use it with Apple Mail properly (don’t get me started on Gmail’s IMAP). They also recently increased the storage space across all accounts.

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