Archive | February, 2011

Local Marketing Meetups and Why You Should Join

This past weekend I had an IANteract meetup. It was a fairly big meetup with a lot of new people as well. I have these meetups because I want to meet new entrepreneurs and discuss new businesses ventures and just network. I usually have this at Panera Bread and this past Saturday, it was packed. […]

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Get Access to a TradeMark Database and Avoid C&Ds

When it comes to promoting a product or brand online, you feel the need to use the company’s brand or name in your domain or even your set of targeted keywords. The problem is you can get in trouble, so the best thing to do is stay away from using the direct name or brand […]

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Facebook Privacy Issues Benefits Facebook Marketers

Finding trends is pretty important to me because it helps me find niches and audiences that no one will take advantage of. I have been using a specific site to find trends in the social space, more specifically Facebook. I watch twitter and I also look at Google trends. These are very helpful when trying […]

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Primary Affiliate Promotional Methods in the USA

Yesterday Matt Swan of Affiliate Window has published an Econsultancy.com post with some interesting data on the changes in affiliate promotional methods they’ve registered at Affiliate Window apparently predominantly in the UK. Having analyzed the top 20 affiliates in their affiliate network, and relying on affiliate self-categorization, they have noticed the following: In January 2005 […]

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What Does Your Audience Want?

As the affiliate program manager for RevResponse.com, it is my job to help our partners figure out what their audience wants. Once you have that knowledge, monetizing your audience becomes much more simplistic. How can you possibly promote affiliate offers to your audience if you don’t know their interests? Any affiliate program should be willing […]

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