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In this episode of the Affiliate Buzz, founder of The School of Internet Marketing James Martell talks with Wade Tonkin, Affiliate Manager for League Stores at Fanatics (http://fanaticsaffiliates.com/) about hot market opportunities in affiliate marketing.

itunes-subscribeAlthough James and Wade’s paths have crossed at numerous conferences and over social networks like Facebook, this is Wade’s first time as an Affiliate Buzz guest. For a sports fan, Wade has the ultimate dream job as working with a site that sells any product with a sports league logo.

Championship games are a busy time for Fanatics! With the NBA finals right on top of the NHL finals in 2013, Wade recently spent extra time helping fans celebrate their teams’ wins by pushing out new banners on the site for the Chicago Blackhawks and the Boston Bruins.

In the World of Affiliate Marketing, Timing is Everything

Tune in to hear Wade explain the importance of having banners and text links out on time whether it is in regards to a championship game for a favorite sports team that went into double overtime or something time sensitive like a holiday or another special time of year. Some things you may find yourself updating include: Read the full article →

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After a holiday hiatus, we returned with a football season wrap-up. This is Episode 25 of Fantasy Sports Geeks, for you keeping score at home! This episode featured Wade Tonkin, Jill Swartwout, Daniel M. Clark and Eric C. Souza

Our Yahoo! Football League finished in fine fashion, with Wade’s Florida Lightning team edging Vinny O’Hare’s Fighting Falcons in the last game of the fantasy season. Seattle’s Golden Tate fittingly ended Vinny’s season – not with a disputed jump-ball, but instead a catch-and-run that caused Vinny to send Wade a tear-stained text message congratulating him on the win. Read the full article →

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