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Affiliate Marketing News 3-13-2019
Thanks for checking out this week’s edition of affiliate marketing news roundup! I’ve collected some interesting and timely affiliate marketing news pieces and blog posts from around the interwebs.
The text that accompanies each article is a quote from the respective article/post.
As always, if you have an affiliate marketing news story that you’d like us to share, there is a submission link at the bottom of this post.
“Get your green attire ready because this Sunday is St. Patrick’s Day! Ever wondered where this holiday originated and about it’s festivities? Here are a few fun facts for you.”
“One of the most talked about Affiliate marketing training programs has become a worldwide success thanks to the experts behind it. Since being launched, thousands of people have quit their jobs to become a full-time affiliate marketing professional, while thousands of others work online part-time. Quit 9 To 5 Academy which is a six-module course is like no other training program available.”
Source: Digital Journal
“We’ve collected some interesting affiliate marketing statistics sourced from around the web to share with you. Check out the list below:”
“Influencer marketing has become a popular tactic for a number of brands, whether they’re using well-known names or micro-influencers. In fact, according to new research from Mediakix, 80% of marketers find influencer marketing to be an effective strategy.”
Source: Smart Insights
“As part of its continuing quarterly webinar series, the Industry Advancement Council invites PMA members to spend an hour networking and discussing how merchants can have strong affiliate programs while still selling through Amazon.
Join us for a round table discussion entitled Survival Strategies Against Amazon.”
“As the affiliate marketing industry continues to grow, there is a dire need for data and technology to link up together to enable programs to scale. Having detailed data to analyse affiliate performance is key. Understanding where data can help you become more efficient in managing mass relationships is vitally important for affiliate program managers.
Here are a few ways in which data and technology can link up to support your affiliate program growth, and limit the reliance on manual resourcing:’
Source: Affiliate Insider
“Today, on the International Women’s Day, celebrating women in affiliate marketing, I am excited to bring you a super compilation of interviews.”
Source: AM Navigator
“Sometime ago, I sent out an email to my affiliate marketing and blogging students pointing to an article I’d posted about 3 fabulous food bloggers.
The article took hours and hours of research before I could begin writing the profiles about those particular bloggers.
BUT, due to a big mistake on my part, the post went mostly unnoticed.”
Source: Rosalind Gardner
“Everyone loves a marketing tool that makes life a little bit easier, and those that are free are icing on the cake. However, some tools are genuinely free, whereas others are only free for a limited period. When selecting them, make sure to check whether it is a free trial or if it is forever free.”
“Today is March 8, International Women’s Day. This tribute serves to celebrate all the amazing women we have in our industry.
If you wonder how we pulled together the current list of female marketers, here’s where we gathered the data.”
Source: Search Engine Journal
“To mark this year’s International Women’s Day, AffiliateINSIDER CEO Lee-Ann Johnstone caught up with three influential females from the igaming affiliate space: All-in Diversity Project co-founder Kelly Kehn, ComeOn Connect Head of Affiliates Katy Stafford and Global Gaming Head of Affiliates Elaine Gardiner.
The group discussion centred on the perpetually changing world of igaming, with the four thought-leaders reflecting on ICE and the London Affiliate Conference (LAC). Johnstone also asked how they believe diversity has changed the industry:”
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