What is the Job of Social Logins on Your Site?

I wish Craig would have included his sources for which research he cites here… Should You Use Social Login’s?: “Wondering  which social logins are the most popular option among users? Well, according to research, 42 percent of social logins use Facebook while the remaining alternatives are fairly equally distributed among Yahoo, Paypal, Google and others. … Continue reading What is the Job of Social Logins on Your Site?

Back to Podcasting

I’m so excited to be back into podcasting on my own turf. This episode mentions a number of affiliate marketing related topics, so I don’t mind posting here as well: ThinkingDaily: I Am a Breathing Time Machine: Thinking.FM Exciting (for me at least)! Here’s the mp3 or click above to listen to the stream (and/or … Continue reading Back to Podcasting

Dash and Affiliate Pageviews?

Interesting concept for a company looking to posit itself in the already heated analytics space… Parse.ly Will Launch Its Pageview-Generating Machine Called “Dash” This Month | TechCrunch: “Dash aims to help publishers increase pageviews by providing insight into what topics are trending and what topics they should write more about or less about, among other … Continue reading Dash and Affiliate Pageviews?

Mobile, Social Media and Curation Marketing

Marshall Kirkpatrick has a nice retort to a thought piece published in the Washington Post today proclaiming social media’s growth over… Dead? Social Media’s Explosive Growth is Only Beginning: “Social media in the age of instrumentation and connected devices may be more about aggregate social activity than about the long voice blogging and Tweeting. The … Continue reading Mobile, Social Media and Curation Marketing

Free Progress Bars

I’m in the middle of working on an app for a client and came across this post/repository of awesome progress bars that are lightweight and don’t use images… Josh Sullivan: Css3 progress bars: “I made CSS3 progress bars for a display of data inside localized leaderboards for the new analytics platform at G5. They are … Continue reading Free Progress Bars

Facebook Like-Jacking and Need for Digital Literacy

Interesting: Criminals Used Affiliate Marketing Sites in Majority of Facebook Scams in 2011: The vast majority, or nearly 74 percent, of Facebook attacks in 2011 were designed to lead users to fraudulent marketing affiliate and survey sites, the report found. Affiliate marketing was a “rich source” of income for scammers, according to Amir Lev, CTO … Continue reading Facebook Like-Jacking and Need for Digital Literacy