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How to Signup for Godaddy Affiliate Program & Start Making Money

GoDaddy is one of the popular brand names in the market of domain and web-hosting. They are popular for a various reason, and they have all the reason for an affiliate marketer to join their big fat paying affiliate program.In this guide, I will be sharing how you can join GoDaddy Affiliate program & start earning money.Earlier GoDaddy used to have their managed affiliate program. Later on they shut down their managed program and now hooked up withCommission Junction and Viglink to manage their affiliate program.You can join any of the mentioned marketplaces to Signup for GoDaddy affiliate program. In this guide, I will share which marketplace I use and my experience with it. Since Godaddy offers are appealing, you can easily make some good money.Getting Started with GoDaddy Affiliate ProgramIf you are on CJ, you can directly search for Godaddy inside your search partner tab. For now, you can join via CJ or Viglink at this moment.The best thing about Godaddy is; they come up with …

The State of Digital Advertising 2017

Marin Software interviewed top digital marketing managers around the world to discover the trends, opportunities, and challenges they face in 2017. Download the report to learn the current state of the industry, plus expert tips and recommendations for success.Highlights include:Marketers’ top priorities for 2017.The ROI potential of different mobile strategies.The main reasons marketers miss out on revenue opportunities.How marketers can increase advertising performance by ~70%.The hottest technologies industry leaders are looking to invest in next.Visit Digital Marketing Depot to download “The State of Digital Advertising 2017.”

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Marketing Day: AMP for WordPress, Google My Business & Amazon buys Whole Foods

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:Setting up and testing AMP for WordPress: A quick 7-step guide
Jun 16, 2017 by Stephanie LeVonne
Looking to get started with Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)? Columnist Stephanie LeVonne has put together this handy guide for WordPress users.Using email to curate one-to-one relationships with customers
Jun 16, 2017 by Scott Heimes
Columnist Scott Heimes believes marketers need to choose the right marketing technology to help them leverage data that will deliver personalized experiences to customers through email.Dear Google: 4 suggestions for fixing your massive problem with fake reviews
Jun 16, 2017 by Joy Hawkins
Columnist and local search expert Joy Hawkins notes that unless Google My Business gets serious about addressing fake reviews, it will suffer a loss of credibility. Here are her suggestions for tackling this ongoing issue.Amazon buying …

Setting up and testing AMP for WordPress: A quick 7-step guide

In today’s mobile-centric world, having pages that load quickly is essential for satisfying the user. Not only that, but the effects of slow page speed have been correlated to a decease in overall revenue and an increase in page abandonment.Users have come to expect mobile sites to load just as quickly as their desktop counterparts. In fact, Amazon, one of the largest online retailers, concluded that even a one-second lag in page load speed accounted for a $1.6B decrease in annual revenue.Accelerated mobile pages (AMPs) are quickly becoming the standard for how a fast-loading page should be built. Using a pre-render, AMPs are able to load 15-80 percent faster than standard mobile pages without compromising functionality. While the ease of AMP implementation will vary depending on your CMS (content management system), WordPress can be a good test environment for previewing what your AMP page might look like.Follow this quick seven-step guide to enable AMP for WordPress.Note: Parts of t…

Using email to curate one-to-one relationships with customers

Many marketers understand the challenges of connecting with customers, yet some still prioritize promotions and advertising campaigns over what customers actually want and what the brands they serve strive for: one-to-one conversations and enduring relationships with consumers.Brands are increasingly relying on technologies that enable one-to-one conversations with customers, yet still struggle to personalize their communications to foster strong and enduring customer relationships.Fostering meaningful customer relationships through personalizationEmail marketing is one of the most effective media to develop meaningful, one-to-one relationships with customers. Personalization is more important than ever for marketers, especially within email campaigns. But while email is one of the most popular forms of communication for businesses, marketers are not using it to its full potential.[Read the full article on MarTech Today.]

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Dear Google: 4 suggestions for fixing your massive problem with fake reviews

Hey Google,If you’re reading this, you already know that fake reviews on Google have been a hot topic lately — and it appears the problem is getting a lot worse, resulting in a huge headache for small business owners.Rather than outlining all the issues and turning this post into a huge rant, I wanted to offer some suggestions that I think would help solve some of the major issues we are seeing in the Local SEO world.1. Please offer business owners a better path to reporting fake reviewsCurrently, there are several ways to contact Google My Business (GMB) support: phone support, email support, Twitter and Facebook. But there’s no way to get anyone at GMB to look at reports from people on businesses that aren’t theirs.That means if Joe the Plumber’s competitor in his town is a massive spammer and is ranking everywhere on Google, Joe can’t contact GMB about it at all. They won’t allow him to report the competitor, even if he is breaking every single guideline Google has out there.[Read …