Contests & Goodies

We just donated $24,311 to fight breast cancer from the Race to Affiliate Summit East 2013 and now it’s time for affiliate marketers to start over again with battling breast cancer through exercise.

Affiliate Summit has created a dailymile Challenge where we will donate $1 to benefit the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer in support of the Affiliate Marketers Give Back team for each mile cycled, run, swam, or walked.

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Affiliate Summit West 2013, taking place January 13-15, 2013, is just a little over two months away. As we’ve done in the past, we’ll be giving away free Networking Plus passes to the conference. Entries for the Affiliate Summit Ticket Sweeps can be made by Facebook or Twitter. There will be fifty Networking Plus passes [...]

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Affiliate Summit West 2012, taking place January 8-10, 2012, is just two months away. As we’ve done in the past, we’ll be giving away free gold passes to Affiliate Summit.

Entries for the Affiliate Summit Ticket Sweeps can be made by Facebook or Twitter.

There will be fifty Gold Passes to Affiliate Summit West 2012 given away, each valued at $549 per pass. Winners will be notified by email or Twitter DM.

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Shawn Collins and I are giving away two tickets to a home game for the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium in Section 134W, Row 27WC.

The Yankees are playing the Detroit Tigers on the evening of August 17, 2010 – the final day of Affiliate Summit East 2010. The pair of tickets can be for this game or one of the others listed below.

  • June 2 – Baltimore Orioles
  • June 16 – Philadelphia Phillies
  • July 2 – Toronto Blue Jays
  • August 9 – Boston Red Sox

More details at http://apps.facebook.com/sweepstakeshq/contests/33595.

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I've always been a power-walker. You know, those crazy-looking people that look like their bodies are undergoing spasms as they scurry, más rápido, down your neighborhood streets.Pink Ribbon Runner So, a year ago, I made a halfhearted attempt at giving running a whirl. It was my goal to eventually run in a 5k Race for the Cure. What I found was that training for a run was a lot more time-consuming than I had ever imagined and without having that extra time available to me in order to be consistent, there was just no way that I was going to be able to reach my goal. That was then. This is now. As part of my post-Affiliate-Summit-West-2010 "Get Healthy" regime, I started running again. So far, it's helped reduce the stress of giving up a bad habit, has given me a little more stamina and has definitely helped improve my sleep.