Welcome to BlogNotions' Affiliates Blog

BlogNotions Affiliates Blog provides a diverse series of perspectives provided by affiliate marketing thought leaders. Presented by NetLine, this forum delivers compelling updates on topics ranging from best practices for monetizing your online presence to list building to affiliate network reviews. Here you can find helpful information, ask questions, and collaborate freely.

Making the Most from Your Affiliate Programs

Lately there has been some positive chatter about a potential upswing of the economy. While I keep my fingers crossed for truth in those sentiments, I still find most conversations about the current state of the economy to be largely negative. Sure, it’s a bad situation out there and doing the whole “woe is me” thing with your friends, family, and neighbors is as common as taking out the trash these days. But, throwing an economic pity party isn’t doing you or your wallet any good. If you spent that time and energy focused on your earning potential you’d have much less to complain about.

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How to Wake Up a Comatose Blog In 3 Steps

Is your blog not getting enough readers? Is your blog lacking traffic and comments? Is your blog income suffering?

If you answered YES to at least one of these questions, then it means your blog is in coma, and you probably don’t even realize it. But guess what. It’s not your fault. The 3 steps I’m about to reveal to you will get your blog up and running fast.

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Amazon Affiliate Slap and What To Do

More and more Amazon affiliates are getting the beat down as Amazon attempts to dodge paying taxes on sales it’s affiliates drive to the site. So far I’ve found that Rhode Island, New York, North Carolina and Hawaii affiliates are all getting “the letter” indicating that they’re being dropped, or at the very least suspended, as affiliates. Based on the huge amount of revenue cash starved states are missing out on by not collecting sales tax on affiliate sales, I’m guessing we’re going to see a rash of states follow suit. Rhode Island alone estimates it’s losing $3 million in sales taxes for online sales.

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