Plunk is a nifty and easy-to-use utility that allows you to upload a mobile screen image of a site you might be testing or designing, share it with others and get a report 48 hours later of where people touched their screen. It’s totally for mobile sites and I think it’s an ingenious idea given … Continue reading Plunk for Mobile Site Testing
It’s fascinating to me that mobile ad networks are making the same mistakes that we made with web-based performance advertisements 10 years ago… Airpush – Developers: “Developers are paid on a CPM basis (cost per thousand impressions) rather than CPC. An “impression” in the case of Push Notification Ads includes any time an ad is pushed to a … Continue reading Some Things Never Change
Thousands of affiliate marketers will be traveling next week on the way to Las Vegas for Affiliate Summit. We affiliate types are notoriously compulsive about checking our stats on the affiliate and cap networks, on Google and in our various analytics packages (as we should be). I can check my Google stats, email subscription numbers … Continue reading Why Are There No Affiliate Network Apps?
If you take seriously the appearance of your affiliate site (as you should… design is how it works), this is a must read thought piece… State of the web: of apps, devices, and breakpoints – Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report: “When I see fragmentation, I remind myself that it is unsustainable by its very … Continue reading Web Design and Fixed Screen Sizes
Nice overall piece on the current market position of affiliate marketing in the overall scheme of things and how our industry is poised to continue its growth into 2012… How 2012’s Rise Of The Affiliate Channel Will Impact The $300B E-Commerce Industry: “There are several factors driving the increased interest in performance marketing. The three … Continue reading Why is Affiliate Marketing Doing Well?