Today’s consumers are more socially connected than ever before. With Facebook’s population at roughly 1.5 billion monthly active users, this social giant’s user base has grown more populous than the country of China.
We invite our customers, friends, family and competitors alike to jive with us (via Spotify) as we close out the 2015 calendar year listening to artists such as Louis Armstrong, Coldplay, Justin Bieber, Colbie Caillat, The Clef Hangers and countless others of varying musical genres.
Twenty years after its establishment in 1994, the web’s first Halloween store, HalloweenMart.com, enters its peak online revenue season. It is headquartered in the entertainment capital of the world, but its sales and clientele reach far beyond the confines of its home in Las Vegas, NV. Together with its long-time OPM, AM Navigator, HalloweenMart.com has prepared numerous promotions to help you maximize your earnings this Halloween season.
LinkConnector’s Manager of Affiliate Operations, Wes Carnes recently sat down with Heather George, Vice President of Halloweenmart.com and Geno Prussakov, Founder and CEO of AM Navigator to gain some perspective on the successful working relationship between this online retailer and their OPM.
LinkConnector’s Director of Marketing, Jackie Lane Bates, spoke at the Performance Marketing Summit (#PMS15) in San Francisco today on driving brand and SEO in today’s interconnected world. Her presentation was titled, The New Rules of Engagement—read on to learn more about how businesses must humanize their brand today is stand out and succeed.
In 2015, we are connected more than ever before. Facebook has roughly 1.5 billion monthly active users (MAUs), 1.3 billion mobile MAUs and is valued at $248 billion. In 2015, Facebook has grown to be more populous than China! LinkedIn has 347 MAUs and is valued at $23 billion. Twitter closely follows with 284 million MAUs and a valuation of $19 billion. Connections are everything.
LinkConnector’s Director of Affiliate Relations, John Nardolilli, gave an insightful presentation on getting started in Affiliate Marketing at the Passive Internet Income Opportunities Conference this past Saturday.
Renovate your website to drive greater conversions by focusing on three essential elements: site speed, crisp content, and guided pathways.
As legend has it, Valentine’s Day originated during the oppressive rule of third-century Roman Emperor, Claudius II. Claudius demanded that all Romans worship twelve gods under the threat of death. When a religious man, Valentinus, was caught ministering to Christians, he was arrested and imprisoned for his refusal to stop worshiping Christ.
Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are three of the largest online shopping days of the year. What does this mean for affiliate marketers? Your site should be prepared for the rapidly approaching holiday traffic. The 2013 IBM Digital Analytics Benchmarks is a great source for researching the most recent online revenue spikes and traffic-driving trends from the 2013 holiday season. This report, along with new projections for the upcoming holiday season, should help you make informed decisions on how to maximize your revenue over these next few high-traffic days. Following are some valuable highlights from this report.
Getty Images, creator and distributor of the world’s finest imagery and stock footage, is thrilled to kick off one of their peak seasons as the holidays approach. What does this mean for affiliates? It is an opportunity to target communicators (from corporations to individual graphics designers and bloggers) and earn commissions of up to 20% per sale from the trusted Getty Images brand.
October 31st is a month away, which means it is time for Halloween planning. Pumpkin carving, trick-or-treating, costume parties, haunted houses, horror movies—the Halloween to-do list goes on forever. Luckily, Costumes Galore, Inc. has numerous promotions ready and waiting to help you prepare your website and maximize your sales and earnings this season.
Oakstone Publishing, LLC, a well-established online retailer in the medical and dental industries, has steadily improved its performance within the LinkConnector Network (LC) over the last year. What’s the secret behind Oakstone’s thriving affiliate program? We’re convinced it is a direct reflection of the constant efforts put forth by its Outsourced Program Manager (OPM) MGECOM. The loyal relationship between the two organizations is admirable, to say the least, and has not gone unnoticed by the LC staff. Merchant Representative, Aaron St. Gelais, recently sat down with MGECOM’s Lara Holloway, for a few fun facts about the successful merchant-OPM pair.