The 25th issue of FeedFront is headed to the printer and copies will be going out to subscribers in late December and early January.
Issue 25 of FeedFront will also be distributed at Affiliate Summit West 2014 and Affiliate Summit Meetups.
This issue of FeedFront Magazine includes Screw Resolutions, Plunge into Affiliate Marketing Now by Missy Ward, Tips for Achieving Tech–Life Balance in Your Family by Randi Zuckerberg, and Observations from an Affiliate Rookie by Casey Pavlick. [click to continue…]
The lobby of the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown is a great place to meet people during Affiliate Summit East 2013, but not so great if that’s where you plan to spend the whole conference.
People may resort to the lobbycon (spending the conference in the hotel lobby) experience for a variety of reasons, such as lack of funds, the conference selling out, etc.
But there are a lot of reasons why you’re better off getting a Networking Plus pass, at a minimum, for Affiliate Summit. [click to continue…]
The 2013 Affiliate Summit AffStat Report is now available for free at AffStat.com. The report can be viewed online or downloaded.
More than sixteen-hundred affiliates were surveyed on their methods, preferences, and strategies for the 2013 Affiliate Summit AffStat Report.
The report features dozens of charts of data, based on the responses from the participating affiliates on affiliate marketing, social media, search marketing, blogs, email, and demographics of affiliates. [click to continue…]
The Affiliate Summit East 2013, early bird pricing will be ending on May 17, 2013. Starting on May 18, 2013, the rates to register for Affiliate Summit will be going up across the board: Networking Pass ($99 to $249) Networking Plus Pass ($279 to $549) VIP Pass ($879 to $1,249) All Access Pass ($1,870 to [...]
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There are a handful of different types of people who head out to conferences.
Some are looking solely to network, while others want to both attend sessions and network with their fellow conference attendees.
And then there are the folks looking for a free ride.
Well, not exactly.
These characters pay for airfare, a hotel room, restaurants, cabs, drinks, etc. but, they don’t bother to get a pass for the conference – the reason they ostensibly made the trip. [click to continue…]