Last year, Cyber Monday made history. December 2, 2013 saw the largest online spend in U.S. history. This year, online shopping sales for Cyber Monday are projected to easily exceed last year’s total of nearly $2.3 billion dollars. With the flood gates swinging wide for
Last week we looked at the Eleven Commandments of Content Marketing. Included in that list, was the advice to ‘Speak Human’ and avoid overused buzzwords. I like that one. In honor of Rule #4, here are 25 of our most hated buzzwords and corporate phrases.
There has been a lot of talk about Content Marketing lately. What is it? And what are the benefits and the challenges of producing it? In an effort to really educate myself on this topic, I’ve looked at info across a variety of sources: blogs,
If you have ever found yourself at a party trying to answer the “where are you from?”, “where do you live?”, and “what do you do?”, you may know that the first two are no-brainers, but the third is not always as easy. HitPath answers
Performance Enhancing SubIDs If you are reading the HitPath blog right now, the odds are great that you have a high level understanding of affiliate marketing subIDs and how they work. In fact, it’s entirely possible that you invented the concept of subIDs for tracking,
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
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
Today began the first day of Canada’s new Anti-Spam laws (CASL). While it has been ramping up for a few months, there has not been a huge amount of discussion about it; and considering the aggressive and serious nature of the CASL, I find that
When I was asked to write an introduction to our new blog, I thought it would take me ten minutes , tops… cut to me, 20 minutes later, staring at the blinking cursor – unsure where to start. It would probably be best to tell