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Thursday, May 23, 2024

Azon Store Builder builds Amazon affiliate stores, push-button ease #ad

Sam Robinson and his partners have spent the last 9 months developing new software for Amazon affiliates. It’s a WordPress plugin called Azon Store Builder, and it’s the most advanced Amazon affiliate store builder software available. Azon Store Builder creates an attractive, and easy to use, Amazon store right on your site. This powerful plugin builds Amazon affiliate stores with advanced features such as: • 90 Day Cookies, so you can earn if the visitor buys anything within 90 days • Auto Price Updater that allows you to not worry about manually tracking and updating... [...]

‘5 Tips for Creating Facebook App Ads That Drive Installs’ – HubSpot

Carly Stec says, “Facebook users are spending 14 hours per month using its mobile app, so this is the place to turn to if you want to drive downloads, adoption, and awareness of your mobile app. In addition, Facebook touts one of the largest sets of data on people’s interests and hobbies, so it is especially useful for game developers and consumer-oriented brand apps that are looking to attract a new audience or target a specific niche. In addition, most app marketers have found the platform valuable. According to Forrester Research, 78% of marketers were either somewhat or very satisfied... [...]

‘4 Steps to Boost Your Social Media Engagement′ by Jay Baer

Baer says, “Simply too many brands use social media as a free advertising platform where they can sell, sell, sell. While the drive to push sales on whatever platform available is admirable, social media (as most of us have realized by now) plays bydifferent rules. It’s not like broadcast television, where you buy spots on primetime, talk about your brand, and see sales walking in the door. Social media instead demands a symbiotic relationship between brands and their fans. (highlight to tweet) You will only drive results from social media when your fans truly like you, identify with the... [...]

‘Marketers: How Do You Use Word of Mouth?’ – Forrester

Nate Elliott says, “I’m really excited to be a keynoting the WOMMA Summit in Miami this November. It’s going to be a great event, including speakers from Comedy Central, Nissan, Twitter, Google and more — and I’m glad to be part of it. But to do a great keynote, I need to ask for your help: I’m working with WOMMA to generate fresh survey data for this event. If you’re a brand-side marketer whose company uses word of mouth marketing, could you take a few minutes to complete our survey? It won’t take long — and to thank you for your time, we’ll... [...]

‘Google Customer Match shows supremacy of first-party data’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

Patricio Robles says, “As rumored earlier this year, Google has announced Customer Match, a new ad targeting product that gives AdWords advertisers the ability to target their customers through Google Search, YouTube, and Gmail. Similar to Facebook Custom Audiences, Customer Match allows advertisers to upload a list of customer email addresses, which Google then matches against the logged in users on these properties for the purpose of delivering highly-targeted ads. For example, a company with a customer loyalty program can create and target Google ads specifically for members of the... [...]

‘Why (and How) Selling Ourselves Makes a Difference, with Matthew Kimberley’ – ‘Copyblogger’ Blog

Rainmaker team says, “Speaker, coach, and author Matthew Kimberley of How to Get a Grip talks with Youpreneur.FM host Chris Ducker about selling, marketing, and the critical importance of speaking your audience’s language. Why do so many small business owners struggle with sales? Chris invited his good friend and fellow Brit Matthew Kimberley to share his thoughts on the subject in today’s podcast. Matthew is a masterful salesman, a renowned author of the self-help book How to Get a Grip, and the head of the Book Yourself Solid coaches training program. On this show, Matthew shares his... [...]

‘Why Meaning Will Ultimately Determine Your Brand’s Content Marketing Success’ – MOZ Blog

Ronell Smith says, “In 2009 Fletcher Cleaves was a top high school football prospect ready for the next level, eager to do in college what he’d done in high school: rack up yards as a running back. But before Cleaves could realize his dream of playing at the next level, a texting, distracted driver plowed into the car he was driving, forever changing his life’s trajectory. Today, Cleaves, paralyzed from the chest down as a result of the accident, serves as a tragic reminder of something as seemingly harmless as texting and driving can alter lives. It’s impossible to watch... [...]

‘How Removing Old Website Content Can Improve Your Traffic’ – ‘Entrepreneur’ Blog

James Parsons says, “Ever think about Google Panda? It feels a little “old hat” to talk about it, since it’s now nearly five years old. But this service, which ruthlesssly searches the Internet for pages that don’t meet its quality standards — and penalizes sites with substandard content, is still worth addressing. The reason: It’s still hurting sites. Panda was rolled into the main Google algorithm, but semi-regular Panda updates still occur semi-regularly. One opinion out there says that content of a certain age doesn’t matter, that Google (and... [...]

‘IAB To Help Publishers Fight Ad Blocking, Says It’s Still Considering Legal Action’ – ‘Marketing Land’ Article

Martin Beck says, “The Interactive Advertising Bureau opened a new front in its battle against ad-blocking companies Tuesday, announcing the creation of a working group and an online hub to help publishers deal with software that strips advertising from their sites. “We don’t want to see highway robbery becoming the norm across the Web,” said Scott Cunningham, the general manager of the IAB’s Technology Lab. “When it comes to how ad blocking effects [sic] small publishers, there is no question that ad-blocking companies are holding their sites, their livelihoods in fact, hostage.” There... [...]

‘How to Have an Ecommerce Store With Zero Inventory’ – HubSpot

Morgan Jacobson says, “Whether you want to start an ecommerce endeavor or just expand the products you offer, keeping up with inventory is a definite concern. Whether you need the space or the manpower to keep all your products within reach and accounted for at all times, the fact remains that this particular concern could shut you down before you even get started. Unless you discover the beauty of dropshipping. What Is Dropshipping? When you outsource your shipping responsibilities to the manufacturer of your ecommerce goods, that’s drop shipping. In other words, you sell the products... [...]

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