Before, whenever I seen an example of affiliate marketing, I used to be as turned off as Rolf Harris watching a granny masturbate. I’d get emails from people recommending products and, after the sales pitch, there’d be a link, followed by a disclaimer saying “by the way, that link? Yea, if you click that, I get paid.”
That’s always the point where I’d be like: Continue reading
Twitter has taken its hashtags to the next level with specific ‘Events’ pages for trending action and events. This will surely encourage users to hang around on the platform for longer and aims to start bringing an end to the ‘hop in, hop out’, micro-engagement nature of the platform at present. But what do you think about this addition?
I came across an article the other day that was so good, I impulsively travelled down the path to purchase this guy’s book. The thing was, the purchasing process was so difficult that I literally couldn’t buy it! I tried. But couldn’t. So what went so badly wrong for me to be still sitting here now, bookless? And how can you avoid the same mistakes and make more sales online? Continue reading
It used to be that the things we did online weren’t ‘real‘ things. Sitting on Facebook wasn’t really socialising. It was virtual. But what happens when virtual becomes real? Continue reading
Submarines are constantly consulting with what’s below them and make decisions based on what the bottom of the ocean is telling them. Subs send sonar signals down to the depths of the sea and pick up the reflections, which helps create a picture of what’s down there. Continue reading