Archive | March, 2012

Selling Affiliate Marketing

One service that I offer to my local clients is affiliate marketing, since my background is in affiliate marketing. While it may seem like an easy sale to someone in the industry, it is much, much harder when you get out to the local businesses to properly sell it. Here are some ways that I […]

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One Month of my SEO and my Results

Well, technically not me persay but my SEO person who does all the hard work. After the Ads4Dough Meetup, I headed over to Seattle to host a small meetup. I met up with friends in the industry, one particular, Logan Thompson. He does SEO and he loves it for some apparent reason, me on the other hand […]

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Ads4Dough Meetup 2012 in San Diego

This past weekend I went to the West to visit my buddy Smax, Jason Akatiff, from Ads4Dough. He hosted a meetup in San Diego and it included some top affiliates within our industry. Smax had one last year in which I was unable to attend, so this year I wanted to make sure I mad […]

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Major Online Forums Hacked by Affiliate Cookie-Stuffers

Two days ago, a famous affiliate abuse and click fraud detective Ben Edelman (see my recent Econsultancy interview with him here), has revealed some alarming data on “hack-based cookie-stuffing” by rogue affiliates via a fairly new Bannertracker-script at online forums based on vBulletin (versions 4.x to 4.1.2). Here’s an abstract from his article: Perpetrators using server […]

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