Maybe you attended an online marketing event recently, or you simply want to find a new way to monetize your social media accounts. Either way, there are several things you should know before you submit an application to become an affiliate at any of the major networks.
Successfully foster your merchant relationships from the ground up using strategies proven to help achieve your partnership objectives.
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.
As you reflect on the successes and shortfalls of the past year and identify key strategies you want to integrate into your marketing plan in the new year, arm yourself with insights found in the 7th annual AffiliateBenchmarks Report. These recently released results are broken into four versions—Merchant (U.S.), Merchant (Global), Affiliate (U.S.), and Affiliate (Global).
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.