The Performance Marketing Association (“PMA”) Publisher Recruitment Council has just released “The Benefits of Performance Marketing for Bloggers” outlining the key benefits of integrating performance marketing (a.k.a. affiliate marketing) into a blog monetization strategy.
What Are the Benefits of Affiliate Marketing for Bloggers?
While many bloggers are aware that affiliate marketing can provide a continual revenue stream opportunity, they many not be aware of the other advantages and that it offers.
The benefits of affiliate marketing for bloggers are many. Take a moment to download the PMA’s document. It’s a great-one page read to find out how bloggers can help themselves and serve their readership.
The PMA Has Bloggers’ Best Interests At Heart
As a PMA Board Member, I can tell you wholeheartedly that the PMA is excited to partner with bloggers that want to generate revenue through affiliate marketing.
In support of those efforts, I am offering my new book, “Make Money With Your WordPress Blog”, free on Kindle during July 14-18, 2014.
If you want to learn how to monetize your blog with affiliate marketing embedded product/service reviews, this book will teach you how to:
- Take back the reigns of product placements on your blog and earn the money your work merits in the process.
- Find the best products and services to review
- Find and implement related affiliate marketing links and creatives
- Create the perfect monetized review post and make people want to share it
- Stay legal during the process
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Whether your’e a seasoned blogger or newbie, creating content part-time or full-time; you may already know that affiliate marketing can provide you with a continual revenue stream opportunity.
You may also know that by using affiliate marketing, YOU are in control of the content, the context and the choice to support the products and services you love.
But, what you may not know is how to get affiliate marketing to work for your blogs.
That’s ok, we’ve got a solution for that.
Affiliate Summit will be hosting a half-day event for bloggers who want to learn how to integrate affiliate marketing techniques into the revenue strategy for their blog.
Affiliate Marketing for Bloggers is taking place on Saturday, August 9th (the day before Affiliate Summit East 2014 begins) at the New York Marriott Marquis in the Empire Complex. The full agenda can be found at the bottom of this post.
There are only 100 seats available for this event and we expect it to sell out quickly.
The cost to attend is $20.00 (Early-bird rate through July 26, 2014) or $35.00 beginning July 27th until the event is sold out.
The net proceeds of this event will be donated to the Performance Marketing Association (thePMA.org) helping further their mission to champion and protect accountable performance marketing. [click to continue…]
For a limited time, when you register to attend Affiliate Summit East 2014, you can bring a friend along, at no additional cost.
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The Performance Marketing Association has just released a new white paper outlining key recommendations for advertisers, agencies, networks, publishers and solution providers with regard to email marketing compliance and best practices.
The purpose of “PMA Compliance Council Guide to Email Marketing: Compliance Requirements and Best Practices” is to inform performance marketers of key compliance requirements and best practices with regard to email marketing. By advocating for best practices, we seek to elevate industry practices, the consumer experience, and advertiser investment in the email channel. We believe that, within the channel, best practices help not only to enhance relationships and mitigate risk, but also help to improve delivery and return on investment. – PMA Compliance Council
So if you’re not exactly sure what you should be doing in order to make certain that your email policies and practices are not only in compliance, but are also consistent with consumer protection goals, go ahead and download the “PMA Compliance Council Guide to Email Marketing: Compliance Requirements and Best Practices”.
Oh… and best part? It’s free!