The Meet Market for Affiliate Summit East 2014 sold out last week, and there is a big waitlist to get a table in the event of any cancellations.
The bad news is that we rarely see companies cancel Meet Market tables, so if you don’t have a table now, you’re not likely to get one for this August in NYC.
However, we have some good news.
We were able to carve out some space in the exhibit hall for tables that will be open for the hours of the exhibit hall on both the Monday and Tuesday of the conference.[click to continue…]
Since I wrote “Urgent! Calling ALL Florida Affiliate Marketers“, I’ve been answering lots of questions regarding how Internet Sales Tax is going to affect us here in Florida.
Great conversations and explanations about this topic are also happening in our PMA Coalition in Florida Facebook Group.
But, I’ve also been asked if this “Internet Sales Tax” issue is really a threat to affiliate marketing.[click to continue…]
- One day only.
- Limited to 100 attendees.
- We’ll all be together in one room with a focus on networking and education
- All sessions will be just 18 minutes long.
Check back for more details on speaker and sponsor opportunities, as well as registration for attendees.Event registration for Performance Marketing Summit Denver 2014 powered by Eventbrite [click to continue…]
If you are live in Florida and consider yourself:
- an affiliate marketer
- a blogger or publisher that uses affiliate links in their posts
- a merchant with an affiliate program
- a network that runs affiliate offers
YOU NEED TO PAY ATTENTION TO THIS NOW.
There is an “Affiliate Nexus” Tax in Committee in the Senate, in Florida currently. Unfortunately, this type of law/bill is extremely damaging to bloggers and affiliates especially – as if passed, you would likely be declined from a lot of programs automatically.
The law essentially attempts to classify you as more of an “employee” of the retailers you blog for / advertise for – thus creating an official “nexus” (kinda like a homebase) for those retailers. That nexus gives the State of Florida the right to force that retailer to collect sales tax on purchases.[click to continue…]