Following up on Wednesday’s post, here’s my podcast with a little more depth into my opinion of how and why we should move beyond links in affiliate marketing. Agree? Disagree?… Continue reading Daily Stat Sheet 2: “Are We There Yet?!” Links and Affiliate Marketing
For starters, this is the end of Instagram as we know it. Systrom and Krieger were deeply involved in day-to-day product decisions, and retained an unusual degree of autonomy over… Continue reading Instagram is Dead
…dead, cleanse the lepers, cast out demons. You received without payment; give without payment. 10:9 Take no gold, or silver, or copper in your belts, 10:10 no bag for your… Continue reading Wise as Serpents and Innocent as Doves
“Part of this will entail a shift in advertising to permission-based advertising: asking the consumer whether she wants to see an ad — which would be asking her if… Continue reading Your phone’s homescreen is dead; or how native advertising wins in the post-mobile world
Bring back Reader while you’re at it, Google! What we’re hearing from multiple sources is that Google+ will no longer be considered a product, but a platform — essentially ending… Continue reading Is Google+ “Dead”?
Beautiful (and horribly depressing) read: It is not just that people with degrees in English generally go to work for corporations (which of course they do); the point is that… Continue reading Writing Is Dead
For those of you not content with Google’s present level of omnipotence, here’s more for you to chew on: Google Blog Search Now Reads Links on Web Pages: “Today Google… Continue reading Google’s New Link Reading: Potential Problem for Affiliates?
…I think links are dead (that’s not hysterics and extends well outside of “affiliate” marketing), and view link baiting as pretty much worthless. The traffic you get from such antics… Continue reading Are Affiliate Bloggers Worth Their Salt?
Links are dead (more on that soon). I’ve been promoting widgets as a promising platform for the future of affiliate marketing. So, I decided to construct a widget for Cost… Continue reading CostPerNews Widget Now Available
…ponder which they should click. The more courageous users click on both links only to be disappointed when they discover that the links lead to the same page. Repetitive links… Continue reading Redundancy is not helpful
Performics has released a series of upgrades and usability improvements to its reporting platform, ConnectCommerce this week. Primarily, the updates focused on an improved links interface, advertiser profile interface, enhanced… Continue reading Performics Network Interface Improvements and the Usability Question
…program. Looks like John Gruber’s Daring Fireball blog found the sweet spot for making money with Amazon affiliate links… Who ever said blogging doesn’t pay? Last Tuesday, Daring Fireball blogger… Continue reading Correction: So You Can Make Money With The Amazon Affiliate Program
…My analytics have also shown me that since that time the number of page views, time spent on the site, links in from other blogs and the general word of… Continue reading MyBlogLog, Widgets and the Future of Online Marketing
…the hubs and nodes of networks. 3. Affiliate Marketing Transcends Links Links hold affiliate marketing hostage. Just as Jeremiah wore a yoke around his neck to show the coming servitude… Continue reading Affiliate Marketing Mini-Manifesto
Adam Viener has an interesting post about CJ’s passing of expired links on to the merchant with no compensation for the affiliate, which differs from their previous practice of routing… Continue reading Invalid Clicks: Whose Traffic Is It Anyway?
am not a fan of links. The fact that I’ve put three links into one sentence should alert you to the potency of the content that Shmuly is producing. Hell,… Continue reading The LongTail and JCrew Coupons
…fair and square. Consumers will begin to wonder why Vista restricts the application of certain handy software programs. Consumers will begin to wonder why Google doesn’t provide the best links… Continue reading Google’s Incentive and the Open Source Movement in Online Marketing
…and bit.ly etc for years to mask complex links and encourage sharing or easier verbal communication. But like all things having to do with the web, you should plan for… Continue reading Google is killing goo.gl and we’ll see more web rot
…Twitter links?” “Why does Google punish me for selling links when TechCrunch does the same thing?” “How much should I invest in my StumbleUpon account in order to drive 1,000… Continue reading I’m Quitting Marketing
…of detecting paid links. Paid links that affect search engines (whether paid text links or a paid review) can cause a site to lose trust in Google.” So if you… Continue reading Google Punishes PayPerPost Users