There is a whole slew of holidays and events during the month of October that present affiliate marketing opportunities. The most prevalent of these include: Yom Kippur Columbus Day (2nd Monday in October) Canadian Thanksgiving Day (2nd Monday in October) Halloween Month Long Observances include:
Affiliate marketing is a revenue-sharing arrangement between online merchants and distributors (affiliates) in which the affiliate earns a commission.
If you live in Arkansas, Louisiana, Maine, Missouri, Rhode Island, or Vermont; you aren’t eligible to joing the Amazon Associates program. Moreover, if you join the Amazon Associates program and then move to any of those states, you become ineligible to participate in the Program, and Amazon will terminate their operating agreement with you on […]
Affiliate marketing in September probably brings ‘Back to school supplies’ immediately to mind. True, they are the most advertised and promoted items in September, particularly by mommy bloggers and any affiliate whose audience includes parents or college students. Back-to-school supplies may consist of: arts and crafts materials backpacks binders clothing highlighters iPads or other tablets […]
Although the lazy days of the summer ‘sales slump’ are just about upon us come June, don’t give up your affiliate marketing efforts too soon. June is the time to pick up revenue from Father’s Day, graduation season sales and other holidays. Holiday Observances in June 2016 include:
Affiliate agreements are typically long-winded legal documents, often making them tedious and difficult to read, let alone understand (without multiple reads). But as affiliate marketers, we must read and understand those agreements! Case in point…
On May 12th, Pinterest announced that they will be allowing affiliate links on their site once again.
Over the past almost 20 years, I’ve used a multitude of different email addresses to sign up for affiliate programs and affiliate networks. In 1997, I used the address linked to my first Internet service provider, which became unusable when I left Prince George, B.C. a couple of years later and signed up with a […]