I was sure they said Jamie Birch, but alas, Scott won the award. It was well deserved and now it seems that I may have slipped into the "Susan Lucci" role of Pinnacle Award nominees. Two nominations and two, well, nominations. I searched forever for that video as I promised many I would try to tie in Susan Lucci not winning into this blog post.
Many of us in the affiliate community noticed that "affiliate marketing" was relatively new to this audience of bloggers. Some even said that 90% of the attendees had no idea what affiliate marketing is and how to get involved, let alone that they can use these relationships to monitize their blogs.
On November 11th through the 14th, I will be speaking on a panel at PubCon in Las Vegas. The conference, put on by WebMasterWorld, is being held at the Las Vegas Convention Center. I’ll be speaking on a panel discussing the ins and outs of working with the large affiliate networks like Linkshare, CJ, Performics […]
Blog World Expo 2008 proved to be one of the best conferences I have been to in a long time. I'm not sure what made it the best? Was it the depth and breadth of the content? Was it the openness of the presenters to share an incredible amount of information? Was it the friendliness and willingness to chat of the attendees? Or was it the opportunity to meet Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park? Ya know, I'm really not sure but I think it could be a combination of each of those things.
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