Having surveyed over a thousand of affiliates “on their methods, preferences, and strategies”, Affiliate Summit has put together its newest 2010 AffStat Report [source], and made it open to public (free of charge) yesterday, April 20. I’ve been waiting for this one to be announced, and been glad to see […]
As the year 2009 is coming to an end, many are looking back to highlight the most popular trends and developments in their industries, and in a similar fashion I have decided to devote my today’s blog post to highlighting the top (most popular by the number of participants) affiliate
Three days ago Forrester Research, Inc. has published their “US Affiliate Marketing Forecast, 2009 To 2014” based on based in interviews of “vendor and user companies, including Commission Junction, Intuit, LinkShare, Pepperjam.com, Performance Marketing Alliance, Stateless Systems, ValueClick, and Vertive” [details]. In it Forrester forecasts the affiliate marketing industry to
A few days ago Shawn Collins wrote a good post on recruiting targeted affiliates, in the comments to which I suggested several more me methods of affiliate recruitment. Among these methods I have mentioned affiliate program directories as one of the ways to get a word about an affiliate program
It is good to see this year being so fruitful for affiliate marketing reports. In February Econsultancy released their UK Affiliate Census 2009. In March the US Affiliate Census 2009 was published. Another great report — this time from the Affiliate Summit — is being released tomorrow, June 15, 2009.
Let’s start with quick definitions first: Lark (aka “morning person”) — individual boosting with energy from early in the morning, and not as productive late in the evening. Owl — needs caffeine in the morning, cannot wake up without an alarm, most productive in the evenings and at late night