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Hydra Affiliate Network “Quietly” Closes Publisher Referral Program

Posted on November 19, 2009 by Tim Schroeder

I have not been working with the Hydra Affiliate Network recently but several days ago I was logging-in to see what might new and see if any of my 50+ affiliate referrals happened to actually be making any money. I thought it was strange that I didn’t see the usual list of referrals I had […]

Major DirectTrack Technical Issues

Posted on February 04, 2009 by Tim Schroeder

Just a heads up that EVERY affiliate network running direct track is having problems today. I can’t not login to any affiliate network running directtrack and none of my affiliate links are working. It’s been down for me at least an hour now and had probably cost me a few hundred dollars before I noticed […]

Breaking News: Yahoo and Google Partnership

Posted on June 12, 2008 by Tim Schroeder

Breaking News is that Google will be making an announcement later today that Yahoo will be giving some or all it’s web search activity to Google! More on the deal here: Yahoo, Google set for announcement and here: Google / Yahoo Search Partnership Announcement In any case, this is big news for the internet marketing, […]

Webmaster-Talk.com and EarnersForum.com MERGE!

Posted on April 10, 2008 by Tim Schroeder

As most of you know, I am one of the owners of Webmaster-Talk.com Long story short, Lee Dodd, owner of EarnersForums (and now co-owner of Webmaster-Talk) contacted me about the possibility of merging the two forums. That’s exactly what we ended up doing. To celebrate the merge we thought we would kick things off with […]

Microsoft may Buy Yahoo for 44.6 Billion

Posted on February 01, 2008 by Tim Schroeder

Microsoft Corp. has pounced on slumping Internet icon Yahoo Inc. with an unsolicited takeover offer of $44.6 billion in its boldest bid yet to challenge Google Inc.’s dominance of the lucrative online search and advertising markets.Offered 31 a share. AP At the moment of writing this, Yahoo’s stock price is up about 50% to $28 […]

New PepperJam Affiliate Network Launched (pepperjamNETWORK)

Posted on January 15, 2008 by Tim Schroeder

While browsing over some other blogs today I read out about the official launch of a new affiliate network, the PepperJam Affiliate Network! The second I heard about them I signed up and you should too! The new PepperJam Network isn’t just your average, run-of-the-mill affiliate network. They like to call themselves “The Next Generation […]

Agloco Flops – Prediction True

Posted on December 10, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

Back on August 8th I made a post about Agloco titled “Is Agloco Going to be a HUGE Flop?” My prediction was this: I personally think that when Agloco gets all their server issues sorted out there is potential to to make some short term money. However, long term I’m not so sure. By far, […]

Microsoft Adcenter Content Ads Beta

Posted on August 22, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

I received an email yesterday about the release of the new Microsoft Content Ads Beta to all U.S. MSN adCenter advertisers on August 29. If you already have an adCenter account you won’t have to make any changes. Your ad groups will automatically expand to hybrid distribution, meaning they will distribute to search and content […]

Finally! Yahoo CEO Steps Down

Posted on June 18, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

Yahoo’s CEO Terry Semel stepped down late today and will be replaced by co-founder Jerry Yang. What does all this mean to affiliate marketing? Who knows! But it has sure helped Yahoo’s stock price after hours. The Yahoo company in addition to their stock price has been underperforming for a long time now. Maybe they […]

Yahoo Publisher Quality-Based Pricing Launched

Posted on June 05, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

The Yahoo Publisher Network began rolling out their new quality-based pricing ranking model last night. With this new feature is designed to measure the value of the traffic coming from Yahoo’s distribution partners’ websites and then price clicks accordingly for their advertisers. In an ongoing effort to raise the value of our Sponsored Search and […]

New York Post Releases Article on Adsense Arbitrage CrackDown

Posted on May 24, 2007 by Tim Schroeder

It looks like the recent news about Google closing accounts of publishers using MFA (made-for-adsense) websites in conjunction with Arbitrage is spreading. The first news release by a major newspaper, The New York Post, was released yesterday. In an article named “Ads and Subtract” by Holly Sanders it says: The search giant has notified a […]

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