AM Affiliate: Top-Level Domains to Lead to ICANNarchy?, SEO Naysayers, + More

» The internet’s about to get a hell lot more complicated now that ICANN has approved top-level domains in what some are calling a dot-whatever initiative. But before you throw open your wallet and start clicking in pursuit of that coveted .affiliate domain, be aware of the costs: It costs… Read more“AM Affiliate: Top-Level Domains to Lead to ICANNarchy?, SEO Naysayers, + More”

Content Locking: Affiliate Scam or Affiliate Sham?

Pace Lattin writes today about the trouble of content locking/unlocking. He’s careful not to call it a scam, but address it as something that is still a rather unethical way to promote a product: Lock some enticing content (adult material, pirated movies or music, and so forth) behind a pop-up… Read more“Content Locking: Affiliate Scam or Affiliate Sham?”

AM Affiliate: Twitter Can Predict the Stock Market, 30% of World Wired, + More

– There’s a mix of business and poetry in Seth Godin‘s blog post today about four different kinds of roads. [Seth Godin] – BlogWorld Expo, it turns out, inspired usually competitive affiliates and affiliate marketers to band together and form their own cliques. [Super Affiliate Twins] – The perks of… Read more“AM Affiliate: Twitter Can Predict the Stock Market, 30% of World Wired, + More”