…of adoption? I think it just might because so many people in those areas are “already on Facebook” and comfortable with the platform as opposed to say, ZOOM or Google… Continue reading Facebook Launches Messenger Rooms to Go After ZOOM’s Market Boom
…and incomplete list of discussions this week: -Headset Tech – Analogue or USB? -Lisa’s Skype Troubles -Cable is Dead? -Super Bowl Twitter Friends -Paying to Play in UK Affiliate Networks… Continue reading GeekCast Episode 6: Plugging the Right Holes
…… all those metrics I deal with daily in my job working in web marketing are important variables to consider. However, we are too eager to throw ourselves into a… Continue reading “…let him declare what he seeth…” or Apple vs the Web
…DIY’ers. My dad has run his own business my entire life. My grandfather before him did the same and dabbled in a number of areas. I blame my dad and… Continue reading My Grandfather’s Name
…buy for MediaWhiz? Where are they looking to move with this buy? Text Link Ads doesn’t use “no follows” for their links, which has given the platform a good deal… Continue reading MediaWhiz Buys Text Link Ads
…SEO or short term pay per post schemes to make a dollar, or an impact, in the blogging world. So what does this mean for affiliate marketing? Are links dead?… Continue reading More Bad News for PayPerPost: FTC Getting Involved – Is Affiliate Marketing Next?
…By shielding people from the complexities of the web, by removing the fragility of links, we’re actually making things worse. We’re creating a fragility debt. Suddenly, something changes – money… Continue reading Learning And the Fragility of the Web
…I look at the upcoming stories in Tech News (the biggest category), the posts come in like hot cakes. Besides the fact that so many are duplicates, how many are… Continue reading Will Social Media’s NoFollow Movement Hurt SEO?
A company in our space will soon be releasing a platform which allows for the ability to place affiliate links in bittorrent files. Affiliates will be able to place links… Continue reading Affiliate Marketing via BitTorrent Downloads
…links are!), it doesn’t amount to anything if people don’t click and buy. You have to close. No questions. No discussions. I can spend all day on lead generation and… Continue reading Women in Marketing
…shortening service that I knew would be around for years and years since my tweets are being indexed and I would love for the links there to continue to point… Continue reading Tiny Google URLs?
…on the lattices of links. For the past three years, we’ve been contained within this paradigm of shortened user attention, traffic patterns and have attempted to come to terms with… Continue reading Search, Advertising, Relevancy and Link Lattices
…in terms of dandelions instead of our typical mammalian (reproduction and production are very costly and should be protected) point of view… Locus Online Features: Cory Doctorow: Think Like a… Continue reading Market Like a Dandelion
How many links are too many links on an affiliate site? Is there such a thing as “link saturation” (a term I’ve heard more than once at the bar during… Continue reading Zen and the Art of Affiliate Linking Maintenance
…$50 or more and we’ll work out something special for you (no, not like that). The icons and links also show up on the feeds for the subscribers as well…. Continue reading Cost Per Love
…were unexplainable. Almost all of them contained affiliate links to the big networks or affiliate programs that we are all familiar with and some that are even represented in this… Continue reading Web2.0 Expo and Bloody Hands
People in the online marketing world like to pound their chest and declare their independence from Google’s firm grasp over the online marketing landscape. However, that’s just not a realistic… Continue reading Why You Should Avoid the Google Slap
…bookmarklet links in an html file. You can import those links to your Safari bookmarks and then sync with the iPhone. I have not yet tested this. I had to… Continue reading Google Voice for Safari Hack Updated
Just got through reading this piece by David Berlind at ZDnet. Read it. Here are my key points of disagreement… “TinyURL is the next YouTube. In fact. It’s better. It’s… Continue reading TinyURL Is NOT the Next YouTube
At the beginning of the month, word spread that many affiliates using their links on MySpace were being terminated from networks such as Azoogle. However, it seems that the networks… Continue reading CPA Network Offers on MySpace Persist