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The most fun I had at the last Affiliate Summit was at the Sing-a-Long with ShareASale’s Brian Littleton. Lisa Picarille (Revenue Magazine) suggested that it become a regular part of Summit, and that’s exactly what they’re going to do – with a charitable twist. At Affiliate Summit 2007 West in Vegas, ShareASale is sponsoring the […]
Ever had a question for which you couldn’t find an answer — even on Google? A question that was so important that you would pay for the answer? Well, that’s what Google Answers did – and still does – but only until the end of the year as announced yesterday on the Official Google Blog. […]
I managed to hit the couch for an hour and a half the other day to gobble up some of the latest edition of Revenue Magazine. It’s another good one, (I even read all the ads) and the content includes: The Mobile Marketing Monster: Mobile ads emerge as a force to be reckoned with. The […]
For millions of Americans, (Canadians too) the Thanksgiving holidays are a time spent with loved ones around feast-filled tables and expressing gratitude for the past year’s blessings. It is also a time to remember those around the world who are less fortunate. Although tomorrow is Black Friday – the hottest sales day of the year […]
It always does my heart good to hear about instances in which the justice system works. Here’s just such a case. According to a September 8th Department of Justice press release, Nathan L. Peterson, 27, of Antelope Acres, Calif. , owner of a massive for-profit software piracy Web site was sentenced in federal court to […]
I’ve gotten to the end of my rope with blog comment spammers who appear to be getting smarter. Their posts actually seem to be considered and thoughtful. Here’s an example: Hi, I enjoyed reading your blog about the death of adsense. It was an intriguing article about the death of adsense. The author Scott Boulch […]