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How To Make Money with Amazon Native Shopping Ads

Have you been considering to replace AdSense with something which pays you more? Are you tired of low paying advertisement & earning less from your blog?Well, today I got something interesting which can make a lot of money for you. Especially if you have a niche blog & traffic from U.S.A, this new ad monetization network can do wonders for you. Amazon is always a popular choice among publisher for their Affiliate program & in recent time, they have launched many new ad types which you can use to monetize your blog. One of them is Amazon native shopping ads which you can show at the end of the article & start earning money from Amazon.Read: How to make money with Amazon affiliate programHow to create Amazon Affiliate link (Beginner’s Guide)In this guide, I will share everything you need to know about getting started with Amazon native shopping ads. I would suggest you to try this ad type for two weeks up to a month & see how it’s working out for you.What is Amazon n…

How Bluehost Secured 1.6 Million Outdated WordPres sites

Bluehost is officially recommended hosting company for WordPress platform by WordPress.org. In the recent times, it also raised a lot of question from experts around the globe regarding its contribution to WordPress open source community. Even I had the similar question until, during 2015 State of the Word address, WordPress co-founded shared how Bluehost tackled their 1.6 million outdated WordPress installation.There are a lot of takeaways here for all the WordPress users & hosting companies. Also, it’s a vote of trust for existing Bluehost users.Bluehost hosts about 2 million WordPress sites & in a recent audit they realize almost 80% i.e. 1.6 million WordPress installs are outdated. This is a major security risk & one of the major reason for WordPress sites on Bluehost being hacked. Needless to mention, a hacked site requires immediate support from hosting company which increases the running cost for the company & that also creates negative emotions on social media …

Marketing Day: AT&T Launches Hello Lab, Instagram Adds Video View Counts & More

Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.From Marketing Land:AT&T Launches “Hello Lab” So Online Stars Can Lure Young Mobile Users
Feb 12, 2016 by Barry Levine
The effort, with youth media company Fullscreen, calls for 10 mobile-created projects to engage young audiences via YouTube, Snapchat and elsewhere.How Marketers Are Using Social Display To Build Brand Love And Grow Business
Feb 12, 2016 by Digital Marketing Depot
Brands should take inspiration from the motivation behind love letters when they communicate with their customers. Marketers can unlock the value of users’ social media content by using it to attract other consumers in an authentic and trustworthy way. In short, social media persuades.5 Simple Strategies To Improve Your Blog’s Search Rankings
Feb 12, 2016 by Daniel Faggella
Is blogging a major component of your digital marketing strategy? Columnist Daniel Faggella explains how to hel…

AT&T Launches “Hello Lab” So Online Stars Can Lure Young Mobile Users

AT&T Hello Lab creators It’s a great time to be young. Not only are politicians fighting over you, but so are AT&T and Verizon’s mobile divisions.This week, AT&T announced the launch of its Hello Lab, a yearlong project where ten social influencers — who have built followings on YouTube, Snapchat, and elsewhere — will develop what the company describes as “cross platform programming and live experiences” that include videos, social challenges, podcasts, and live meet-ups. Created on mobile devices, the results are intended to engage young audiences, and they’ll be shown on the influencers’ showcases of choice.The first programming effort is the “Dare to Travel” weekly episodic series on the YouTube channel of Damon and Jo, a high-energy pair who specialize in showing how to travel cheaply. The idea is that they will visit places that have been recommended by the audience, following challenges issued through Snapchat, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter. The Lab is a collaboration…