FacebookLinkedinTwitteremailIt’s Independence Day weekend in the United States of America, commemorating its 244th birthday. This year’s will be unlike any other however, with many fireworks celebrations canceled, many beaches closed, and people discouraged from the normal social gatherings we’re all accustomed to on the Fourth
FacebookLinkedinTwitteremailAt HitPath, we are always committed to providing our partners and clients with global, industry-best of breed support. Given the ever-changing situation surrounding COVID-19, we want to make sure you understand that we have a thorough business continuity plan. This plan leverages our cloud
FacebookLinkedinTwitteremailYou may have heard that Google Chrome has made some big changes in the latest update for the popular browser – we are here to help break down those changes for affiliate marketers and why you don’t need to be concerned if you’re using Hitpath.
FacebookLinkedinTwitteremailStarting next weekend, HitPath will be exhibiting and attending three events in Las Vegas – be sure to catch up with Warren, Sam, and Ava at one of these events: We’ll be attending MailCon on Sunday, January 26th. MailCon is the conference for Email Marketing and
FacebookLinkedinTwitteremail 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
FacebookLinkedinTwitteremailby Sharon Bellis from the Ongage blog The point at which your subscribers sign-up to hear more from you is arguably one of the most important points in their journey. It’s the point at which they’re possibly most-engaged with your brand – they’ve consciously given you
FacebookLinkedinTwitteremailOriginally from PACEDM The Times recently reported that influencer marketing fraud costs sponsors, on average, £1 billion each year. This waste is attributed to social creators with inauthentic audiences. Brands are pouring their marketing funds into influencer collaborations which are broadcast to bot accounts, rather
FacebookLinkedinTwitteremailHurricane Dorian is an unprecedented storm – the strongest in modern history. With Dorian threatening the Southeast U.S., the entire team at HitPath hopes that our clients in the affected areas will remain safe as they evacuate and perhaps prepare to run their businesses remotely.
FacebookLinkedinTwitteremailOver the next week, HitPath will be exhibiting and attending three events in New York City – be sure to catch up with Warren and Fabi at one of these events: We’ll be attending MailCon on Saturday, August 10th. MailCon is the conference for Email Marketing
FacebookLinkedinTwitteremailby Sharon Beilis (from the Ongage blog) A spamtrap is something used by ISPs (Internet Service Providers) to identify and filter-out spam emailers. They take the form of email addresses, that the ISPs know shouldn’t be receiving emails. How do spamtraps work? When an email