From Adam Weiss on Marketing Land The holidays are just around the corner and will be in full force before we know it. Adam Weiss outlines key strategies to help you prepare and get your affiliate marketing on track this season. With the holidays fast approaching,
Originally posted by Digital Law Group The president appears to be making good on his promise to cut government regulations, as the Federal Trade Commission is the latest body to get “Trumped.” Maureen Ohlhausen of the FTC, a critic of government regulation, has been appointed
We here at HitPath know and love data – and we are excited to announce that we have made major updates to our Reporting API to allow both you and your affiliates to easily and more efficiently access the data you need to manage and
By popular demand (and better late than never), ‘Twas Two Weeks Before Christmas by Warren Corpus (originally published by ADBUMb on December 8, 2004) Twas two weeks before Christmas, I’d just smashed my mouse Pissed off at my listing I found on Spamhaus. My emails
Earlier this month, the HitPath Masters Conference took place at the historic Royal Sonesta Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana. The annual event is an opportunity for clients and prospects, industry leaders, and the HitPath team to learn from each other, swap ideas, discuss hot topics, network, and
Check out what a great time everyone had in New York at ASE 2014!
I’ve been on my flight for 15 minutes. Left LaGuardia with an on-time departure and the flight crew has informed us it’s safe to use our electronic devices. I have survived Affiliate Summit East and Leads Con neatly intact. So long New York. See ya
See You at the HitPath Masters Conference! Andrew Davis, author of Brandscaping shares his excitement over the HitPath Masters Conference here!
As my call with the tech support department of my ISP rolled over the one-hour mark last night, and I recounted my issue to a third support person, it became clear that there would not be a resolution. Recurring on a monthly basis, almost like
We are at a stage in our industry, in our culture, in our existence as a society, where the collection of personal consumer data – once regarded as sacred – has become a simple expectation for participating in our high tech world. As consumers increasingly