From the monthly archives:

January 2012

You Have Been Warned – Geek Dads Weekly #108

by Daniel M. Clark on January 27, 2012

In which Daniel, Drew and Greg talk about a few things revolving around Affiliate Summit in some way or another. Plus, Game of Thrones, which was saved for the end in case people want to avoid spoilers and talk of taboo subject matter.

We started with a catch-up with the guys since last week. Drew’s getting settled with the new house, the new baby and all that domestic goodness. Greg went on a comic book shop tour in the Atlanta area, visiting six shops. He used a site called Comic Shop Locator to find them, and some of the places he went to were pretty funny.

Next, an update on Affiliate Improv!, the new monthly webinar series that kicks off this Saturday, January 28th, at 2pm Eastern. It’s an extension of the three-time Affiliate Summit session that I’ve helmed, and it’s totally free to attend. We demonstrate effective brainstorming and show the process of going from idea to action list. Plus, attendees get inside info on the sites, services and techniques we use on our own sites to blow them up and attract attention. Come check us out and spread the word, won’t you? Read the full article →

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Affiliate Buzz #235 – Questions and Answers with James

by James Martell on January 26, 2012

In this edition of the Affiliate Buzz audio newsletter James Martell, successful publisher, speaker and author talks with wife and cohost Arlene Martell take the opportunity to answer Buzz listener’s questions that have come through email.

To begin on listener shares the challenges he is facing with navigating the Nichebot tutorials for keyword research in choosing a topic that is right for you. With an ever growing industry James shares the classic problem of outdated tutorials and the challenge of keeping up with the times.

Moving on to the next question one listener wants to know how to effectively check backlinks on competitor sites using site:http://website.com in Yahoo search. You’ll hear how this outdated technique has been blocked by search engines all around and what options are available to you today. Read the full article →

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