I’m doing a solo presentation on the Sunday of https://www.fusionquest.com/cgi-bin/main/hotlinks.cgi?aflt=afc1&client=affsumAffiliate Summit East in Boston about how to use “social” media in the context affiliate marketing. My opening line is “you probably know of and maybe use Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, FriendFeed, Google Reader and Ning, but you are probably using them wrong if you’re connecting them … Continue reading Leveraging Social Media in Affiliate Marketing
Michael Vorel posted an interesting tweet this morning: I am concerned many NY affiliates will loose interest in affiliate marketing, solutions? which was followed up with a tweet from Shawn Collins: @vastplanet I think it could help to publicize Amazon’s battle and try to bring grassroots blog pressure on NY to get more mainstream media … Continue reading Thoughts on New York Affiliates Situation: Industry Org Needed?
This is interesting. Basically, sometime tonight you’ll be able to grab a snippet of code and install it on your site/blog allowing you to combine that site with your activities in various social networks… Google Press Center: News Announcement: “Websites that are not social networks may still want to be social — and now they … Continue reading Google’s Friend Connect and Long Tail Marketing
On Saturday I noticed that my tweets were being repeated by Twitter user @panopticons (if you’re curious about the name, it refers to an 18th century jail design based on seeing every prisoner that has been extended into a metaphysical metaphor). I didn’t think anything of it at the time, but as the day went … Continue reading Twitter Track and Twitter Abuse
[display_podcast] Every week Lisa Picarille, Shawn Collins, Jim Kukral and I do an episode of “GeekCast” where we discuss current trends in the geek marketing world ranging from tech to performance marketing. The show is very free form and wide ranging, but there is a good deal of valuable discussion on affiliate marketing and related … Continue reading GeekCast Episode 6: Plugging the Right Holes
Lisa Picarille, Shawn Collins, Jim Kukral and I taped another episode of GeekCast that was published yesterday. It’s a free-form and fun show where we discuss current trends in the geek marketing world ranging from tech to performance marketing. [display_podcast] This week, the gang tackles wearable video, fake Twitter-ers, master link baiters, affiliate link cloaking … Continue reading GeekCast Episode 5: Cease and Desist