• Blogger’s Guide to Affiliate Summit East ’17

    Affiliate Summit East is almost here, and I’m thrilled that I get to make my Summit return after taking the last year off. ASE is one of my favorite conferences, and I dare say I enjoy it more than Affiliate Summit West — ASW is like a party, ASE is a bit more business-focused, in

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  • Blogger’s Guide to Affiliate Summit East ’16

    Affiliate Summit East is almost here, and I’m so, so sad I won’t be attending this year (thanks, #babything). ASE is one of my favorite conferences, and I dare say I enjoy it more than Affiliate Summit West — ASW is like a party, ASE is a bit more business-focused, in my opinion. My very first speaking gig was at ASE ’14, and my first solo session was at ASE ’15. I also love New York, and the energy of the city really helps the vibe of the conference.

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  • Headed to ThinkTank? Start the Party Early at Performance Marketing Summit!

    It’s nary a secret that ShareASale is my favorite network among the affiliate networks out there. The tools are a blogger’s dream — from the deep-linking Product Discovery bookmarklet to the widget-y Product Showcase to the consultant’s idyllic two-tier and referral links — and the interface and reporting are super idiot-proof. Not to mention the SAS team is uber responsive with pretty much any question I have — and those tend to be many. 

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  • Will You Be at #ASE15? Come Join the Party!

    I will be attending my fourth Affiliate Summit, and second in NYC, this August. And I’ll be speaking. This will mark my third Summit in a row up in the hot seat, and first time with a solo session. Y’all, I’m pumped. What will I be speaking about, you ask? Well, bring your flask because

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  • Affiliate Summit Has One Helluva Sweepstakes for #ASE15

    While I seriously enjoy both Affiliate Summit West and Affiliate Summit East, they are vastly different beasts. Kind of like a mullet —¬†with the East Coast being the forehead — it’s business in the front and a party in the back. ASE tends to have a little bit more of a focused, mature edge to

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