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Have Fun at Jury Duty! – Affiliate Marketing Fanatics #64

by Trisha Lyn Fawver on October 24, 2012

Affiliate Marketing Fanatics

In this installment, Trisha regales us with her frustration having to fulfill her civic duty for the courts and, probably because of that, gets annoyed at Penn Jillette calling Adam Carolla a 'pioneer' of using Amazon links. Of course, that evolves into a semantic discussion of the concept of a podcast sponsor vs. a podcast using affiliate programs.

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Be a Better Podcaster #9 – Monetizing a Podcast

by Daniel M. Clark on September 1, 2011

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Two ways to promote one company. Which should you choose?

I promote Audible.com fairly heavily at the moment. I run a very short ad at the beginning of all my QAQN shows and I have a large graphic in a very prominent position on the home page. Many podcasters like to promote Audible because the service is a natural fit for almost any podcaster regardless of topic: if someone likes to listen to a podcast, the reasoning goes, they are very likely to enjoy listening to an audiobook.

It makes sense then, for podcasters to investigate a relationship with Audible, but… what kind of relationship? That’s what this episode aims to answer. There are at least two separate programs for podcasters to join to promote Audible, and I’m here to explain the differences between the two. Should you take a $15 commission per trial signup or $17.50 for every 1,000 downloads of your show? Listen up to hear my thoughts on it. Read the full article →

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