In theory, affiliate marketing is an awesome pursuit for merchants. If you aren’t familiar with affiliate programs, they’re pretty simple to understand: when people and websites generate sales, you pay them commissions. If they don’t generate any sales, you pay …Read More
If you’re active as an affiliate marketer, or even if you’ve been busy trolling for information on affiliate marketing but aren’t quite ready to take the plunge, then you’ve probably stumbled across some articles on how Pinterest began stripping out affiliate …Read More
August 18-20 marked this year’s Affiliate Summit East, held at the beautiful and spacious Pennsylvania Convention Center in downtown Philadelphia. The sold-out conference, which celebrates its tenth anniversary this year, featured exhibits, vendors and merchants, and extensive networking opportunities. Guests …Read More
We’re here today with a friendly reminder that in less than two weeks, Google will be retiring the Google Affiliate Network (GAN). If you haven’t yet migrated your company’s program to another great network (LinkShare, Commission Junction, and ShareASale are just …Read More
If your affiliate program is hosted with Google Affiliate Network, then you probably just got this message from Google in preparation for the program shutting down: Dear advertiser, We created this transition checklist to help you quickly and seamlessly transition …Read More
Affiliate Program Management Affiliate marketing enables merchants and publishers to develop a mutually beneficial relationship, in which the publisher helps the merchant by promoting their products and services. In return, the merchant pays a commission on sales and leads.
Consorte Marketing is pleased to announce the success of the Ottlite affiliate program through Commission Junction. Since Consorte Marketing began managing the program, Ottlite has seen a significant increase in sales for the online division of its business.