When Affiliates Disguise Behind Sub-Affiliate Networks and Platforms

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An interesting situation was described to me by a merchant/advertiser the other day. They run an affiliate program where a specific type of affiliates is being paid lower-than-default commissions. However, there are ways for these affiliates to disguise themselves in order to receive the full commission. Challenge Affiliates who (due to the promotional methods used Read More …

Pre-Conference Survey Reveals Top 3 AM Days Sessions to Attend

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Exactly one month before the U.S. Affiliate Management Days 2014 show, I’ve decided to poll speakers asking them to pick 3 sessions they want to attend, or are looking at attending. Today I bring you their responses (with special thanks to those who have provided additional comments/rationale as to why exactly they have picked these Read More …

3 Types of Affiliate Marketing Conferences and How To Leverage Them

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Not all affiliate marketing conferences are created equal. No, not in the “quality” or even the “quantity” sense of the word. “Equal” as in “identical” or “same in nature.” If you carefully look through the list of the 2014 industry conferences to consider attending, you will notice that all of them can be roughly split Read More …

Affiliate Summit West 2014 Feedback on a Top-Attended Session

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My most recent Affiliate Summit speaking appearance also happened to be my 10th time speaking at the show, and I have just received some encouraging feedback [quite in line with ASE11, ASW12, and other feedback I’ve been receiving]: As Tweeted earlier, I only wish more of the attendees turned in their feedback forms; but happy Read More …