Monthly Archives: June 2005
Once again, a huge apology for the lack of updates recently. Things are really moving along with the house move now and I’m nearly all set for the big day on Friday. However, as I’ve had to cancel my broadband subscription at my existing house and transfer it over to my new house then I could be without internet access for 20 days!! Which sounds totally crazy in this day and age but not much I can do about it. … Continue reading
I found out yesterday that some affiliate scumbag had targeted one of my pages of my sites through 180 solutions and their spyware. What this basically means is that if anyone who has spyware installed on their machine views a certain page of my site, then this moron’s page would come up instead. Therefore all my hard earned pay per click spend will be for nothing. Basically it is theft, pure and simple. Anyway I wouldn’t even be aware if … Continue reading
I’ve just discovered that MSN (probably Bill Gates even) have obviously been reading my blog. Why? Because there is a new feature on MSN Messenger where you can display “What I’m Listening To” so that people on your buddy list can see exactly what is playing on your PC! Now is it just a coincidence that I always sign off my blog in this way? I think not!!! It’s actually a very cool feature as you can see what your … Continue reading
For anyone on the merchant side of affiliate marketing looking to learn more about managing an affiliate program, look no further than this thread on the A4U forum. It follows affiliates reactions to the recent changes in the ASOS affiliate program. This program used to be managed by Jess who is one of the most respected affiliate managers in the country. However, Jess left, ASOS made some changes to their program and now seem determined to alienate all of their … Continue reading
At the beginning of May I wrote about the Google AdWords Optimisation service that I had been offered free from my Google account manager. Well, the campaigns have now been optimised and I have accepted all of the changes that were proposed. The interesting thing is that in the first full day of the changes being active my CTR increased by 4%. Not only that but I am now generating double sales from some of the merchants that I was … Continue reading
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