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You Thought Your Affiliate Strength Is Just In Sheer Numbers? Think Again

Posted on February 22nd, 2013 by

Affiliate Marketing Works When Done Properly

Are you looking to increase Affiliate Network sales and not sure how? Have you connected to several affiliate networks and sales are still not picking up? Don’t have the additional staff to manage affiliates day in and day out? […]

7 Ways to Get the Most out of the Holiday Shopping Season

Posted on November 8th, 2012 by

On October 30th, 2012, Avangate hosted a webinar on “How to Get the Most out of the Holiday Shopping Season.” The affiliate thought leader Geno Prussakov, CEO and founder of the award-winning OPM agency AM Navigator LLC, as well as author of two best-selling affiliate program management books, shared his accumulated wisdom on holiday sales. During the 70-minute webinar, Geno emphasized 7 simple hands-on tips that merchants should follow for a successful and profitable shopping season. I also developed 5 structured steps that affiliates should take to insure they’ll be fit and ready for this great seasonal selling opportunity. […]

ASE 2012 Wrap-up: Software & SaaS on the Rise

Posted on August 27th, 2012 by

Here we are, back from Affiliate Summit East 2012: a good show with an ever growing number of attendees. But there’s one thing that stands out: the software vertical is getting stronger and stronger with each affiliate show. […]

Affiliate Tracking Challenges for Software Merchants

Posted on July 23rd, 2012 by

When software affiliates promote your products online, one of the most important aspects of this process is how you track the affiliate sales they refer to you. Accurate tracking is the keystone for a healthy and profitable relationship for both merchants and affiliates. […]

6 Tips to Activate Stagnant Affiliates

Posted on May 11th, 2012 by

There isn’t a single merchant on this world selling through affiliate programs that hasn’t got idle affiliates. These are affiliates that are not active, meaning that they don’t generate any sales or, worst case, they don’t even refer traffic for the merchant (no exposure for the merchant’s products). When labeling an affiliate as “inactive” from the time’s point of view, you should take into consideration his sales history (if any) – the frequency / amount of sales he was generating at one point – and also the type of product / services you sell through them. In the software vertical, for example, an affiliate promoting consumer software get inactive quicker than an affiliate promoting enterprise products. […]