Yearly Archives: 2009
It seems that years ago but in actual fact it was only April 2008 when I started using Twitter properly. I actually had an account since late 2007 but April was the turning point when I realised that you could use Twitter for other things other than telling the world what you were having for tea. Since then I’ve found Twitter to be those rarest of things, both fun and useful. I’ve used it to send visitors to my sites, … Continue reading
It’s been 2 years since I was last at Affiliate Summit West Las Vegas so I’ve decided that I’m well overdue a return trip and have booked up for it again this coming January. The event is without a doubt the biggest Affiliate Marketing event of any size in the USA and there are already over 3200 attendees booked up for it. It will be taking place from January 17th to 19th 2010 at the Rio hotel in Vegas. Passes … Continue reading
Affiliate Window are in my book at least, the most proactive and useful affiliate network in the UK. They have just launched their AWinter Wonderland site which is an absolutely essential resource for all affiliates wanting to make the most of the Christmas season. It’s jam packed with retailer offers, promotions, incentives and pretty much everything you’ll ever need. If that wasn’t enough they also have a dedicated Christmas Twitter account @AWinXmas as well as their regular Twitter account @AffWin … Continue reading
London Nude Tech 2010 is the idea of Milo Yiannopoulos, former TechCrunch and Telegraph writer and now “mature” Cambridge student. The idea is simple, get 12 ladies and 12 men involved in the London tech scene to pose for a calendar-girls style calendar and sell it for the charity, Take Heart India. As with most things that Milo gets involved in there has been a bit of controversy, but I have to say in this instance I just think it’s … Continue reading
Any readers of this blog or anybody who saw me speak at the A4U Expo this year will know that I’m a big fan of Twitter and use it for lots and lots of things, mainly as a marketing channel in it’s own right. When I was asked at one session to recommend a future niche with little competition and plenty of opportunity I said that Twitter community sites/apps had huge potential. Well, here’s an example of what I mean. … Continue reading
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