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100 Tips For Successful Affiliate Selling

Posted on June 2nd, 2015 by

Making money as an affiliate appears deceptively simple. Business publications tend to glamorize it and a novice can get the idea that all you have to do is to create a website, post about your hobby and the money comes in waves. Become a successful affiliate in 5 easy steps, right?  […]

New Sales Channel in Europe: Intel® Business Exchange Software Store

Posted on May 15th, 2009 by

The Intel® Business Exchange Software Store in Europe has just been launched, bringing a new sales channel for selling software to European countries – with localized sites for the UK, Germany,  and France (official launch to follow by the end of the month). Good news. […]

Discount Coupons for Affiliates

Posted on March 6th, 2009 by

Recently I was doing a market research on eCommerce trends in 2009. One of the things we should expect is that customers are more cost-aware and every minor thing they get for free or with a discount is often worth more than a brand they’ve used for a certain time or even a popular and reliable brand worldwide (we’re talking, of course, about similar features of the products being compared).

Of course, discount coupons are not a new technique for affiliate marketers, but in the near future we could easily foresee an abundance of promotions, discounts – let’s call them “deals”. […]

Exciting News for Avangate Affiliates and Vendors

Posted on January 16th, 2009 by

I remember from my early days as an affiliate that waiting for the commission check to arrive, then cash it in were amongst the most annoying things of the affiliate marketing business.

It was annoying because you had to wait for the money to re-invest instead on focusing on growing the business. Wire transfers sometimes are subject to high banking fees. […]

Interruption Marketing: Rumors of its Death have been Greatly Exaggerated

Posted on January 6th, 2009 by

This is a guest post by Neil Davidson

Walking round Times Square last week, its 23-story billboards reminded me of the extravagant uselessness of peacock tails. It’s an advertising arms race for our attention, locked in an ever-escalating stalemate of mutually assured distraction. Despite passing through it three times, I can remember only one advertisement: […]

Avangate’s First Networking Event for the US Software Community

Posted on November 27th, 2008 by

Last Thursday, November 20th, Avangate hosted our first networking event for the software publishing community in Silicone Valley.  All-in-all the event was a success and proved to be a great opportunity for members of the community to meet each other and interact in a social environment.  The Tied House Brewery, in Mountain View, CA served some fine food and drink, something that, and you can trust me on this, is necessary to make any networking event a success! […]