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Is Google Killing SEO?

Google changed SEO today with the announcement of Google Instant. In one stroke, Google increased their number of search queries by a factor of 20, made obsolete current ways of optimizing for SEO and changed how AdWords calculates clicks. � In essence Google Instant tries to predict what a user wants to find before they complete their search query. It is now the default option on the Go... Learn more

Mobile Marketing Basics for Affiliates

Now that we are in the 21st century, the era of technology is king. Before, everything was done on the computer, but no with the introduction of mobile technology such as PDA's and smartphones, the internet has now shifted from your desk to the palm of your hand. With this shift comes new strategies for online marketers, especially Affiliates. This opens up a brand new area that hasn't... Learn more

Will fraud kill affiliate marketing?

Will fraud kill affiliate marketing? It is up to you. You choose. But here�s a clue: the BP oil spill probably just killed the Louisiana wetlands. I think we should take that as a warning of just what can happen. The affiliate marketing industry is an ecosystem. It consists of a web of interdependent species: affiliates, merchants, networks, merchant processors, etc. Sometimes they compe... Learn more

Social Networking Politics

Our politicians, along with Wall Street, a few bankers and some mortgage firms may be able to take our money, but they can't take away our friends. In fact, our friends may be all we have left someday. There's no doubt that the crisis we face today financially and otherwise will test our mettle as small business owners and brands. So in tough times what can we do? Well, if you're like... Learn more

Affiliate Marketing Machine

A study on affiliate marketing that indicates online marketers will spend $2.1 billion on affiliate marketing fees, with U.S. online affiliate marketing spending reaching $3.3 billion in 2012. That figure includes the aggregate cost of running an affiliate program: affiliate network fees and affiliate commissions. Evans estimates that the affiliate space is growing at 9 percent. A report... Learn more

Facebook hits 500 Million Users

Today Facebook announced that it now has over 500 million registered users, an increase of some 100 million in the last five months, and of 400 million in the last two years. Mark Zuckerberg has already told us that it is "almost guaranteed" that the site will eventually reach a billion users, but with no indication of when he thinks that might happen. Facebook has managed to ride out ... Learn more

Microsoft and Yahoo PPC Alliance

The Microsoft and Yahoo PPC alliance was always going to have teething troubles and give advertisers some headaches. We are gradually learning just where those are going to come from for our affiliates. The most complicated issues are likely to spring from the differences in the way that Yahoo Search Marketing and Microsoft's adCenter treat keywords. adCenter in general provides much fi... Learn more

Tinnitus Affiliate Program

FDA Registered Tinnitus Control relieves the symptoms of Tinnitus and helps stop the constant ringing in ears. Affiliates earn up to $80 per sale. For more information on the affiliate program offer, please visit: Tinnitus Affiliate Program Tinnitus from the Latin word tinnītus meaning "ringing" is the perception of sound within the human ear in the absence of corresponding extern... Learn more

Google Opens Retargeting to AdWords

After a year in beta, Google is bringing remarketing to AdWords, allowing all affiliate advertisers to reconnect with users perusing the Google Content Network, including YouTube channels. Launched to around 500 advertisers last March with the beta launch of the interest-based advertising targeting tools, now all AdWords users can take advantage of the new audiences tab and reach visitor... Learn more

Yahoo Paid Inclusion is Dead

Yahoo Paid Inclusion is Dead Yahoo! Paid Inclusion was born March 2004 in the Silicon Valley region of California and goes to the digital marketing ether on Dec. 31, 2009. YPI as it was sometimes referred to by search engine marketers spent the past five years helping small, medium-sized and large businesses around the world. Although its life was cut short, it was an exceptional young m... Learn more


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