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Geno Prussakov on February 4th, 2013

An affiliate network owner in a country where affiliate marketing is just developing has reached out to me recently. They are looking to attract more bloggers (and other quality content producers) to affiliate marketing, but with the majority of them monetizing via CPM and CPC models, getting them to switch to CPA models (CPS, CPL, […]

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Liliya Tyndyk on August 30th, 2012

Note from Geno Prussakov: Two and a half months ago I opened AM Navigator to guest-blogging. The very next day we had our first-ever guest post by Graham Jenner. Today I welcome our newest guest blogger, Liliya Tyndyk. Enjoy her first AM Navigator post below. Getting your website noticed and attracting potential buyers is vital […]

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Did you know that when it comes to blog monetization, affiliate marketing is second only to contextual ads type tools (see more in Technorati’s State of the Blogosphere 2011 report)? That’s quite a change from 2009; and if one includes Google AdSense into the “affiliate advertising links” category (as some affiliate marketers do), I’m certain […]

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Geno Prussakov on April 18th, 2012

A couple of hours ago Google uploaded a YouTube video where Ali Pasha, a Product Manager for Google Affiliate Network (GAN) — who a month ago spoke at the first-ever AM Days conference — has announced a new tool, Google Affiliate Ads for Blogger. Ali said: Your blog is a place for you to share […]

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Geno Prussakov on January 18th, 2012

It’s been some time since my Top 20 Affiliate Marketing Bloggers to Watch in 2011 post. And besides the fact that one of these twenty has claimed her Affiliate Summit’s best blogger award (Tricia Meyer, who is now inspired to reach new blogging heights, and, of course, belongs on my below list), a few other […]

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Geno Prussakov on March 21st, 2011

On Saturday my Google Alerts notified me of an article at lexology.com which talked about a merchant agreeing to settle with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), having “signed a consent agreement and agreed to pay $250,000 for deceptively representing that endorsements … that were posted on blogs or other websites created by Legacy’s affiliates.” Sad […]

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With the fairly recent Google’s “Farmer” Algorithm Update multiple bloggers (affiliates in particular) became concerned (subject also brought up by Joe Sousa in his recent post here), and started wondering if they (as content producers) may be affected by it. The short answer is: “No, as long as what you produce is unique and quality […]

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Geno Prussakov on January 5th, 2011

Yesterday I’ve learned of BlogDash, a system which provides you with “the tools to find the bloggers who will actually care about your story, company, product” as well as with “all the information … to make a personalized and educated pitch”. BlogDash was actually announced by David Spinks (one of the company’s Co-Founders) at BlogWorld […]

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Geno Prussakov on December 27th, 2010

As the year draws to a close, and I’m looking into ways of improving my readers’ experience with my blog, I see that the numbers of those who access it via mobile devices has greatly increased since 2009 (as many of you probably know, I started blogging daily on 1/1/2009; so it is good/right to […]

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Geno Prussakov on December 18th, 2010

A new issue of FeedFront Magazine has come out last week, and on page 62 of it I talk of the three main types of content publishers (bloggers certainly included): 1. Reporters — love to write about breakthrough ideas and technologies, new studies, and fresh statistical data. They love to announce, analyze, and draw conclusions […]

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