Monthly Archives: August 2009
So, a nice big parcel arrived the other day, great I like surprises. Turns out it was 2 bottles of wine from Neil Sampson at DC Storm asking if I wouldn’t mind writing a bit about the new service for webmasters, especially affiliates. OK I can see how this would be of use to my readers, but the problem is that DC Storm is an integrated web analytics and PPC optimisation piece of software and I’m possibly the least analytical … Continue reading
March this year saw the first Think Visibility conference in Leeds. I was in attendance (and speaking) and it was awesome. So awesome that the event organiser Dom is doing it again on Saturday the 12th September this year. As a special treat for my blog readers he has also given me a 20% off voucher code for tickets. Simply quote “here” when buying your ticket and you will get a nice saving of £20 off the £99 ticket price. … Continue reading
In the face of online publishers, such as Shiny Media, closing their doors, UK Web Media has launched a new site (http://recombu.com) — moving the traditional affiliate model into the realms of online publishing. Recombu has already been featured in TechCrunch with the above situation mentioned and I’m sure other online publishers will also be taking notice. UK Web Media has brought on board ex-CNET UK mobile phones’ editor Andrew Lim to provide independent mobile phone news and reviews for … Continue reading
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