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Profitable Performance Marketing
62 minutes | a month ago
Beth Kirsch - VP Marketing and Growth - Pipedrive - Lead Gen, B2B and International Affiliate Marketing
Being in this affiliate marketing industry for as long as I have has afforded me the luxury of meeting some pretty incredible people and building a relationship with them that spans decades. And our guest today is just one of those. Long time friend, long time digital marketing veteran, Beth Kirsch, joins me on the podcast today. Beth is a legend in our space and has been running affiliate channels and all other digital marketing campaigns for over two decades. She has been so ubiquitous in the space that I have referred to her as the “Michael Jordan of Lead Gen Affiliate Marketing”. Her career has expanded so much beyond that now that now nickname does her justice.Beth is currently the VP of Marketing for Pipedrive, a global sales CRM SAS company.Today we talk all things B2B affiliate marketing and Lead Gen affiliate marketing. Beth and I talk about career, covid, travel and more. But we really dive into the following areas:Business to Business affiliate marketingLead Gen affiliate marketingChoosing the right technology partner for your affiliate programThe difference between subscription and B2B marketingThe need for different technology for B2B than retail affiliate marketingThe importance of aligning your affiliate compensation and payouts with your business modelHow vital true partnership is to affiliate marketing successAnd much much more.If you’d like to learn more about becoming an affiliate at Pipedrive, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. And follow Beth on Linkedin.Oh, and pipedrive is hiring! https://www.pipedrive.com/en/jobs
70 minutes | 2 months ago
Wade Tonkin - Director, Global Affiliate Marketing - Fanatics, Inc
Today I get the pleasure of speaking with Wade Tonkin, long time friend and industry vet and Award Winning affiliate marketer. Wade and I met while he was on the sales team at Kowabunga and I was managing the Hilton Hotels affiliate program. Wade’s done quite a bit since then.You are going to find this podcast very interesting if you:Are a sports affiliate Operate a fan siteAre an advertiser looking to migrate platformsAre an advertiser looking for ideas to recruit affiliatesAre an advertiser trying to increase the ROI from your affiliate programWade shares some of the biggest successes at Fanatics including one large affiliate revenue challenge that his partner ended up beating by 4.5X! We talk about using Facebook to communicate with affiliates, how to divide workload amongst your team, how to manage your team and your affiliates around huge spikes during “Hot Market Events” such as the Superbowl, World Series and more.This podcast jumps right into the deep end of affiliate marketing. You don’t want to miss it.
75 minutes | 2 months ago
Tony Pantano - CEO, IMWave - Pandemic, Search and Affiliate Marketing
One of my favorite things about the Profitable Performance Marketing podcast is that I get to sit down and talk with some of my favorite people in the industry, people I consider friends and have known for decades. Tony is one of those and he joins me today.Tony Pantano is the CEO of IMWave. I've known Tony for over a decade and IMWave’s founder, Adeam Viener for two decades. Tony is a great guy, upstanding individual and the kinda civic leader that I wish I could say I was. Tony loves challenges, and we talk about one large one he’s taken on this year, that of School Board Member. The first few minutes we discuss his experience with the pandemic as a member of a school board in Pennsylvania. I think you’ll find the discussion enlightening. Great job Tony, and thank you for stepping up and stepping out to serve your community.Then we dive into search and affiliate. Tony shares some big success stories and the difference between trademark plus and what IMWave does. Hint hint, they don’t do trademark plus search bidding.If you are looking for a partner to augment your search budget, cooperatively help you and your search team drive new incremental sales through your affiliate channel, then you definitely want to listen.We also talk about these misconceptions:IMWave does trademark plus bidding“My search program is hitting everything available”You can’t have a search affiliate and a search term work togetherA Search affiliate will cannibalize your current programAnd moreIf you want to reach out to Tony, you can email him at tonyATimwave.comIn the intro I share about one of our services, Affiliate Program Strategy Roadmap. If you’d like to find out how you can leverage our decades of experience to create a strategy for growth in your affiliate program, check out our service here http://jebco.de/strategy .
63 minutes | 3 months ago
Diana Gee-Calingo, Sr. Affiliate Manager for Tailored Brands - Men's Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank
Are you ready for a very bubbly and educational podcast episode? I hope you are because today we have one of my favorite guests on our podcast, and I think you’ll find her personality as joyful as I do. Diana Gee-Calingo is the current Sr. Affiliate Manager for Tailored Brands. You may have heard of their men’s clothing brands - Men’s Warehouse and Jos A Bank. I have and am also a customer. In fact, my first suit I ever bought to land my first job in the internet marketing space was a Men’s Warehouse suit!Diana and I have a lively conversation about everything from cooking and baking (man I can’t wait to get some of her fresh baklava), to working remotely, to affiliate marketing and to working through a bankruptcy in the affiliate channel.One of the highlights of the podcast is geared toward those who want to move upwards in their career. Diana lays out her strategy for advancement and it begins and ends with the word “yes”. Saying yes to just about every opportunity allowed her to take on projects, demonstrate success and get that next big gig. She also dives into what she would want employers, leaders and managers to know about working remotely. Hint - it’s probably not what you think but it is a vital and may make a huge difference to how you manage your remote workforce.And then for affiliates and affiliate managers. Diana and I talk about the nuances of managing an affiliate channel through a bankruptcy of the advertiser. There are some unique things you need to understand and rough waters you need to navigate, and Diana does a great job of laying those out.You can connect with Diana on instagram - littled99, Linkedin
89 minutes | 3 months ago
Candice Nobles - A discussion on marijuana marketing, digital marketing and the intersection of race, work and life.
Today I get the honor and privilege of chatting with long time industry vet, Candice Noble. Cutting her teeth in the affiliate marketing world with Performics back in 2000, managing one of the most well known and vibrant affiliates programs in the space at Snapfish and Hewlett Packard, Candice has been one of the most successful digital marketers for almost the entirety of digital marketing. Her experience and successes have few peers.During her 25 year career, Candice has pursued a journey to showcase her authentic self, and as a Black women, self described data nerd and tattooed marijuana user, she has a lot of experiences to share with us. And we dive into each one. Candice and I talk about her experiences with race, equity, diversity and the weight of racism and implicit bias on her career and daily professional life. She shares how she felt safe in our affiliate community, how things changed as she grew in her career and what it feels like to have that weight lifted.It is definitely an enlightening and eye opening conversation. Please be sure to listen.We dive into weed as well. Yup, you read that right. We talk about the marketing of it, the opportunities and difficulties and how people have responded to her coming out as a recreational and medicinal user of the plant. You’ll also hear me stumble as I try to say the word “marijuana” on this podcast. Listening again, it’s quite funny.Candice is an incredible individual with so much to share and I can’t be more proud to have her on the show. It’s our longest yet, but I think you’ll find it worth every single minute. We are totally going to have her back soon.You can reach out to Candice at candiceATpapersandink.comOh, hey traditional affiliates, you may be missing a ton of revenue opportunity if you are not promoting marijuana products. But Candice has a solution, promote hers! Reach out to her to find out about this opportunity.
62 minutes | 3 months ago
Dan Amarquaye - From Door to Door Sales to Multiple Startup Co-Founder
Startups, acquisitions, technology affiliates and door to door sales? Yup, we talk about all those things on today’s episode featuring our special guest Dan Amarguaye of Envolve Technologies. I met Dan while he was still with the affiliate recruitment recruitment company he co-founded in 2018, Publisher Discovery.Dan is a true, and successful, entrepreneur and he talks about leadership and the lessons he has learned throughout his career. Don’t miss out and listen through to the end. We dive into his resume and talk about how his time as a Door to Door salesmen on the streets of London allowed him to develop strong relationship building skills that allow him to succeed today.We talked about lessons learned in acquisitions, why he loves starts up and dive into some misconceptions advertisers have about the affiliate channel and coupons specifically. Dan provides great insight into the channel and the importance of affiliates to your marketing mix.If you’d like to find more about Envolve and how to work with them on a performance basis, contact dan at dan.2ATenvolvetech.com or go to www.envolvetech.com
51 minutes | 3 months ago
Jacob Fu from LocalAdventurer.com talks about being a successful travel affiliate.
My guest and I coined a new word, and a new marketing channel, on today’s episode, Spartnerships. Yes, Jacob Fu and I merged sponsorships and partnerships together. I think you’ll really enjoy this conversation. Jacob, along with his wife Esther, cofounded Localadventurer.com, a travel affiliate and content producer.In today’s conversation we go over their origin story, what it’s like to learn how to drive an airstream for the first time as well as how they turned a simple idea into their financial success. Jacob and I talk about how to work with them from an advertiser perspective. So, if you are an advertiser looking:To work with more content sitesUnderstand how those niche content producers functionTo inspire your travel side againAnd work with more no-coupon sites in the futureThen this episode is for you.
69 minutes | 3 months ago
Todd Crawford - Long time industry vet and current Co-Founder Impact
It isn’t often that you get a chance to have a conversation with someone that has been at the very beginning of our industry and was a catalyst at two of the most impactful technology solutions in our space over the last 20 years. Today I get to do just that. Today I speak with long time friend, industry vet and the very first employee at Commission Junction, Todd Crawford!As I stated above, Todd was the very first employee at Commission Junction and since then has established himself as a thought leader in our space and helped launch one of the most innovative technology platforms in our space.On this episode we discussed the “other” marketing channel, Partnerships. Todd did a great job of explaining the difference and need for partnerships and how Impact, his current venture, empowers this channel to scale.If you are an affiliate marketer or an advertiser that needs to find new channels for growth, has been pushed to go beyond the known affiliates and couponers, or you are simply looking to jump start your idea creation, then this podcast is for you.You can contact Todd at his linkedin, Impact’s linkedin and Impact’s blog.
60 minutes | 4 months ago
Cary Pierce - Manager Agency Services at Rakuten Advertising talks about Affiliate Marketing
Today on our podcast, we have Cary Pierce, Manager of Agency Services at Rakuten Adverising. Cary brings a unique perspective to our conversations as he has worked at almost every different type of player in the affiliate game. From agency to network and everything in between.Our conversation spans reactions to covid, changes in the industry this year to how to plan for Q1 when we know very little will be the same compared to Q1 last year.Cary also gives some great advice for new publishers and advertisers that have come to the affiliate channel since the pandemic started:Publishers:Get as much info as you canHave conversations - everyone is very helpful in this space and when you win everyone winsHave as many conversations as you canReach out to your advertisers and work together to optimize your effortsKnow your audienceShare that knowledge with your advertisersAdvertisers:It’s really just one thing. You need a good and competent captain at the helm of your affiliate program. You can’t set it and forget it.Get ahold of Cary at email@example.comAlso, check out Rakuten Advertising's Cyber Week Recap.And don't forget to visit www.jebcommerce.com/strategies to get your 19 point guide (plus one extra tip) on how to survive and thrive in this current economic climate.
65 minutes | 4 months ago
Working with a Trademark Plus Affiliate - A conversation with Chelseah Murphy of Wickfire.
On today’s episode, I have a conversation with Chelseah Murphy, Business Development Manager at Wickire. Wikfire is a data driven digital agency that focuses on SEM work for their clients.I really enjoyed this conversation and I think you’ll find it extremely informative. You may know this affiliate best for their trademark+ SEM bidding, www.buyersguide.org or www.coupon.co website. But there is so much more that they do.This episode is going to be impactful if you:Allow affiliates to trademark plus bid in the search enginesAre 100% against this activityLooking for cost effective ways to maximize your ROI through SEM campaignsWould rather only pay for SEM that produces salesAre looking to maximize your coupon resultsThink affiliates do very little work that they should be compensated for (this may change your mind)Want information on innovative affiliate partnersWickfire does some amazing work in Trademark Plus, Product and Brand Review sites and Coupon area. I hope you find this podcast episode as informative as I did!If you’d like to get in touch with Chelseah or Wickfire, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.comAnd don't forget, we put together a case study focused on controlling customer acquisition costs. This case study highlights the commission structure, technology utilization and promotional strategies we use for our clients’ affiliate programs to help them increase their overall revenue while reducing their cost of acquisition. It can be done, and we outline that in this case study. Go to www.jebcommerce.com/acquisitioncost to get your strategy today.
64 minutes | 4 months ago
Don Batsford Jr. - Let People Be People, Let Computers Do Division - The universal truths in digital marketing on the Profitable Performance Marketing Podcast.
22 year digital marketing vet, Don Batsford Jr., is today’s guest on the Profitable Performance Marketing Podcast. I met Don while he owned and operated 31 Media, a search agency and one of the best known search affiliates in the space.Currently Don is Head of Industry at Google, working with some of the largest advertisers in the space. He and his team help them optimize their campaigns across Google’s products.Don and I talk about the 3 universal truths, action items marketers can take, the impact of machine learning on our world and on our marketing and some key leadership lessons he has learned over the years. You are going to love this episode.You can contact don at Linkedin and Twitter.And don’t forget, we put together a case study focused on controlling customer acquisition costs. This case study highlights the commission structure, technology utilization and promotional strategies we use for our clients’ affiliate programs to help them increase their overall revenue while reducing their cost of acquisition. It can be done, and we outline that in this case study. Go to www.jebcommerce.com/acquisitioncost to get your strategy today.
79 minutes | 6 months ago
Terry Adelman - Managing Partner MENfluential - leading men's lifestyle influencers
On today’s episode… An influencer! Yup, it’s one of the hottest topics in affiliate marketing and today we have one of the best on the show.Terry Adelman is our guest today, and he is the Managing Partner of MENfluential, an influencer agency that manages many of the premier influencers in the men’s category. JEBCommerce has actually worked with Terry for many years and have seen great success for our clients. In fact, we have two case studies: Bodybuilding.com and Indochino.If you are looking to learn more about working with an influencer, you definitely want to listen to this podcast. Terry talks about his career path and how MENfluential started. We dive into how it is to work with their agency as well as their influencers, how they judge success and what they actually do.You can find more and reach out to Terry with his email and at MENfluential.comYou can also see Aaron Marino’s youtube channel which we reference multiple times here.And don't forget, we put together a case study focused on controlling customer acquisition costs. This case study highlights the commission structure, technology utilization and promotional strategies we use for our clients’ affiliate programs to help them increase their overall revenue while reducing their cost of acquisition. It can be done, and we outline that in this case study. Go to www.jebcommerce.com/acquisitioncost to get your strategy today.
63 minutes | 6 months ago
Jamie (Tapia) Barr - Affiliate Manager Extraordinaire and Former JEB Superstar
10 year vet, Jamie Tapia Barr, joins us today on the Profitable Performance Marketing Podcast. It’s a homecoming of sorts, as Jamie started her affiliate marketing career right here at JEBCommerce. Going from an assistant affiliate manager to leading some of our most exciting and fastest growing programs, Jamie established herself as an affiliate marketing superstar early and has continued that throughout her career.Jamie truly has a heart for affiliate marketing and has personally managed and supervised teams that developed hundreds of affiliate marketing programs in just about every vertical on the agency side and in-house at several different advertisers. Her experience is impressive and I’m glad to have her on today’s episode.Jamie and I discuss everything from the election and how it impacts our Q4 affiliate marketing plans, to career decisions, planning and unique partnerships in the affiliate marketing space. Jamie talks about the need and advantages of being flexible in times like we are experiencing, both because of COVID and this election.If you’d like to get in touch with Jamie via Linkedin.In today’s intro I offer you a case study in controlling customer acquisition costs. This case study highlights the commission structure, technology utilization and promotional strategies we use for our clients’ affiliate programs to help them increase their overall revenue while reducing their cost of acquisition. It can be done, and we outline that in this case study. Go to www.jebcommerce.com/acquisitioncost to get your strategy today.
57 minutes | 6 months ago
Tara McCommons, VP Sales and Marketing, LinkConnector
Many of our clients and our listeners have been asking for a deeper dive into some of the technologies available to get better results, make better decisions and incentivize affiliates for the right type of orders. Well, today my guest delivers! Today’s episode features the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for LinkConnector - Tara McCommons! Tara and I have been friends forever. And just last week she was named as one of the PerformanceIn top 50 industry players for 2020! And we couldn’t agree more. Tara is a driving force in our industry. Congratulations Tara!In today’s podcast we dive into specific technologies available for advertisers at LinkConnector - Nake Coupons and Advanced Commissioning. Both of these technologies allow you to run more efficient and higher producing affiliate programs, reach out to non-traditional affiliates (influencers and content producers etc) and provide really unique commissioning structures in real time to ensure you are incentivizing the right affiliate behavior and paying for the right type of sales. It’s a deep dive into the weeds that I’m sure you will find a ton of value on.Give it a listen!And if you’d like to contact Tara directly - email, linkedin and www.linkconnector.comIn this episode’s intro I talk about a report that Tara and LinkConnector helped me put together last year titled The Truth About Coupon Affiliates. We scoured sources for actual data on Coupon sites, their orders and customers and what value they actually provide. Many networks provided actual data for this report. Go to www.jebcommerce.com/value to download this free report.
70 minutes | 7 months ago
Alan Rapoport - Datafeed Client Relationship Manager - FMTC
One of the greatest blessings I have from my career in affiliate marketing is to work with and get to know amazingly good people. Today’s guest is definitely one of those. Today I interview and chat with Alan Rapoport. Alan is currently the Datafeed Client Relationship Manager at FMTC and formerly the Co-Founder/COO/CFO and Director of Merchant Management at DealTaker.com. Alan has been in this business for 16 years and his background leads to some really great conversation.In today’s episode Alan lays out the necessity of having an Innovator AND an Implementer in any start up and organization. You need the vision, and then you need someone who can execute that vision. We talk about the lessons learned from selling your business to buying it back and then selling it again and then we dive into the issues advertisers have with affiliate deal sites.Alan has a tremendous amount of industry knowledge and experience and is one of the smartest guys I know. You definitely want to listen to this one all the way through.Check out FMTC and find Alan on Linkedin.In the intro and outro I talk about a free resource we have created for advertisers - our Affiliate Channel Accelerator Checklist. You need to scale your revenue and you need to do it profitably, but how do you know your program is set up to do just that? Well our checklist will help you identify the likelihood for profitable scalability. Check it out at www.jebcommerce.com/accelerator
73 minutes | 7 months ago
Brian Marcus - Vice President of Global Marketing and Partnerships, TUNE
Or 15th Episode! Today I talk with Brian Marcus, the Vice President of Global Marketing and Partnerships at TUNE. Brian and I go way back, we've both been in this industry for decades, navigated the same circles and have come really close to actually meeting many many times. But until we started this podcast, Brian and I haven't had the chance to actually meet. It's pretty crazy that we have so many common friends and acquaintances, been to so many of the same events, include TUNE events, and we hadn't actually met. Well I am glad we did, and I think the conversation we have will make you think that as well.Brian and I dive into his career path and leadership lessons - Brian has worked at old school hundred year old catalogers, platforms, and one of the largest ecommerce companies on the planet. His experience both in breadth and depth is impressive.We dive into incrementality of affiliate programs extensively and talk about some real interesting tests he has conducted with loyalty and coupon sites. You definitely want to listen to that section.Brian brings a truly unique perspective to this podcast and I am so thankful he spent time with me this week.You can find Brian on Linkedin and at TUNE.com.Brian also wanted me to share TUNE's Ultimate Guide to Partner Marketing, their comprehensive guide to running an affiliate program. Go grab it today!
85 minutes | 7 months ago
Lisa Riolo - Co-Founder, Impact and Affiliate Marketing Leader
Lisa Riolo is a 20 year vet of the industry and Co-Founder of the affiliate technology Platform - Impact. We had a great conversation that spanned my adaptation to a co-working facility, how we are both navigating our current social climate, leadership lessons (hint hint - curiosity, empathy and potential are touchstones for her and performance marketing and where it is going.We often don’t get the opportunity to thank individuals who played pivotal roles in our career, and today I do, so don’t miss that.You definitely want to stay till the end as we talk about where the industry is going, the rise of affiliates really recognizing and flexing their power and our focus on the customer’s buyer journey and how that fits in with the future.You can find Lisa on Linkedin and visit Impact for your affiliate tracking needs.In the intro I share about one of our services, Affiliate Program Strategy Roadmap. If you’d like to find out how you can leverage our decades of experience to create a strategy for growth in your affiliate program, check out our service here http://jebco.de/strategy .Top TipsSales is about mindset. Lisa mentions that she often hears people say they don’t enjoy “sales.” She explains that we are all in a way selling something – selling to, retaining or interfacing with customers. Lisa says to think of sales as helping someone make the decision that’s right for him or her. It’s not about your agenda, it’s about their agenda. You are simply giving them information so they can make the best decision possible. It’s all about educating people, and this runs across every vertical.Reminder: Affiliates are brands, too. Lisa discusses her work to balance the affiliate marketing ecosystem. Her focus is on creating a partnership framework and methodology, while remaining respectful to the fact that Impact is a technology platform, not a network. She also reminds us that affiliates are their own brands, too. Lisa believes that the industry has let the pendulum swing too far towards the brands’ needs, rather than the affiliates or publishers. A platform should be an ecosystem that allows everybody to be able to partner successfully. This especially goes for those that have never participated in the performance space until now (like CNN, Buzzfeed, etc.). Publishers are true brands on their own and they should be viewed as equal.The consumer experience needs to become the focus. Lisa drives home that a focus on the consumer experience is where everyone must head in this industry. Reflecting on how you market, the touch points in the path to purchase and how to put the consumer first is important. Lisa emphasizes that we must think about the touch points of engagement while a customer is trying to decide to buy or participate. Are you adding value directly to the customer when they are engaged with your company? As they transition throughout the journey, is there enough consistency to build a partnership?
65 minutes | 7 months ago
Cormac Jonas, Partnership Marketing Leader - Truly Unique Affiliate Tactics
Cormac Jonas has come from civil engineering all the way through affiliate marketing to become one of the premier partnership marketers around, and although Cormac and I have only known each other a short time, you can tell we clicked right away.If you are an advertiser who:Doesn’t think your affiliates really do much for youAre looking for innovation from your affiliate programHave said “my affiliates really don’t do much to drive the sale”Or you are wondering where innovation comes fromYou definitely want to listen to this podcast. Cormac and I discuss his career path, his vital career decisions, how important landing at RetailMeNot was and how innovative they were while he launched their Travel section. So, we definitely talk about travel, so consider this another episode in our travel series. We dive into some of the most unique and innovative technologies and tactics that he was part of while at RetailMeNot. And yes, I said RetailMeNot. If you are thinking they don’t do much to generate the sale, this may change your mind. In fact, if you think you have a problem with your affiliates generating incremental revenue, you may really have a problem with your relationships. So we talk about some real innovative ways affiliates are building audiences and reaching them.Get a hold of Cormac at Linkedin (we are finally connected, thanks Cormac :) ) - and at Cormacjonas@gmail.comIn the intro I share about one of our services, Affiliate Program Strategy Roadmap. If you’d like to find out how you can leverage our decades of experience to create a strategy for growth in your affiliate program, check out our service here http://jebco.de/strategy .And don’t forget about our Affiliate Marketing Strategies to Survive and Thrive ebook that we have available at https://jebcommerce.com/lp/affiliate-marketing-strategies-to-survive-and-thrive-in-the-current-climate/. We outline 19 strategies and tactics you can take now to be sure you’ll make it through and find more success through this pandemic than you did before.
92 minutes | 8 months ago
John Toskey, Senior Director, Global Marketing at eBay
This podcast is quickly turning into one of my favorite things to do each week, and today’s episode is no different. Today I get to interview John Toskey, 25 year digital marketing vet and current Senior Director of Global Marketing for eBay!John and I have worked together in the past and have known each other for almost my entire career, and he is one of few people who have been in this industry longer than I have. John’s experience is vast and his career path impressive and he has a ton of great information to share.Starting out in 1996 for Zones.com all the way to his current position as Senior Director, Global Marketing at eBay, John has sen the start of an industry and has seen it change many times over. We discuss how to lead through that change and the vital pieces of Change Management that can’t be missed and dive into how the affiliate industry has changed as well as some concerns he has going forward.We discuss how executives like himself manage the affiliate channel amongst all other channels and how they make budgetary decisions and what the affiliate channel needs to do to compete for that budget. If you have managed multiple channels or are trying to figure out how to manage your affiliate program within that environment, you won’t want to miss this episode.Thank you John!
54 minutes | 8 months ago
Renee Silverman, Owner Irv's Luggage - Travel in the age of COVID-19
Today I get to talk with Renee Silverman, owner of Irv’s luggage in our 3rd installment of our affiliate marketing Travel series. While Renee and I don’t talk about affiliate marketing much, if at all, we do talk about the travel space, adapting to difficult times and what it looks like for this sector going forward.Renee shared with me her strategy for making it through this and I think it is important and valuable enough to share here. Hang on. Stay Connected. Stay Relevant. Renee outlines how she and Irv’s Luggage are doing just that to continue to succeed in today’s challenging environment.Check out Irv’s here - www.irvsluggage.comContact Renee at firstname.lastname@example.orgIn the intro I share about one of our services, Affiliate Program Strategy Roadmap. If you’d like to find out how you can leverage our decades of experience to create a strategy for growth in your affiliate program, check out our service here http://jebco.de/strategy .And don’t forget about our Affiliate Marketing Strategies to Survive and Thrive ebook that we have available at https://jebcommerce.com/lp/affiliate-marketing-strategies-to-survive-and-thrive-in-the-current-climate/. We outline 19 strategies and tactics you can take now to be sure you’ll make it through and find more success through this pandemic than you did before.
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