Tara McCommons took the stage on day one of Affiliate Management Days, to ignite conversation around key strategies that have fueled affiliate program growth for online retailers of all shapes and sizes. Tara illustrated her five-step approach using key stats and live examples—ultimately guiding her audience of affiliate managers and digital strategists down the path to a better affiliate program. Here’s a quick recap. Read More...
Affiliate Summit West 2017 is all said and done, the events of which can be relived through #ASW17. Twitter, Instagram and Facebook all attest to the phenomenal networking, educational sessions, collaborative meetings, industry parties and extravagant exhibit halls that the biggest conference in our industry boasts. With Las Vegas as the backdrop and 6,000+ marketers in attendance at the Paris Hotel, the opportunities presented by this ever-growing trade show are second to none.
On day two of Affiliate Summit West 2017, two industry veterans shared their expertise in the navigating the widening world of viral and social marketing. LinkConnector’s VP of Sales and Marketing, Tara McCommons, and Nick Andrews, CEO and Founder of Revitrage led ASW17 Session 12D, Viral & Social Marketing, where they took an in-depth look at this topic.
LinkConnector Co-President and CTO, Ernie St. Gelais gives Affiliate Summit East attendees an introduction to Cross Platform Tracking, and explains how it can significantly impact affiliate programs for merchants and affiliates alike. Read More...
Day two of Affiliate Management Days kicked off with the 2016 Affiliate State of the Union; this keynote panel, comprised of leading industry influencers, sat side-by-side in a brightly lit green room to debate today’s most pressing affiliate marketing issues. Robert Glazer of Acceleration Partners moderated the panel, which included Brian Littleton of Shareasale, Todd Crawford of Impact Radius, Maura Smith of eBay Enterprises, Adam Martin of Performance Horizon and Choots Humphries of LinkConnector.
Tara McCommons presented a case study at AM Days 2016 with Nick Andrews of ReviTrage, on Affiliate Marketing Technologies to Boost Social Penetration of Your Brand.
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.
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.
LinkConnector’s VP of Sales and Marketing, Tara McCommons, kicked off day 3 of Affiliate Summit East behind the podium, leading an insightful panel discussion between four thought leaders in the affiliate marketing industry.
Affiliate Management Days (AM Days) kicked off this morning at 7:30 a.m. prompt, welcoming an eager crowd of affiliate marketers to the Golden Gate City. This two-day conference is jam-packed with insightful gems of knowledge for affiliate managers and merchants to use in optimizing their affiliate programs.
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