Saturday , 6 February 2016
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  • Mobile Advertising’s Biggest Issue is Fat Fingers and Accidental Clicks

    Mobile Advertising’s Biggest Issue is Fat Fingers and Accidental Clicks

    When people think of problems associated with mobile advertising it is almost always concerning ad fraud or ad blocking.  While these two things are absolutely big issues that need to be addressed, a new study shows that they are likely not the biggest problem. Retale, a location-based mobile ad platform, conducted a survey that asked ... ...

  • Rakuten Predicts Affiliate Marketing Growth to $7 Billion a Year.

    Rakuten Predicts Affiliate Marketing Growth to $7 Billion a Year.

    New research by the fine folk at Forrester Consulting, and paid for by the great guys at Rakuten shows that performance and affiliate based marketing will grow in leaps and bounds in the next five years. The report claims that over 80% of all advertisers and 84% of all publishers are running some type of ... ...

  • Zoolander GIFs for Marketing Launched by Kik

    Zoolander GIFs for Marketing Launched by Kik

    Kik is one of the more popular instant messaging apps out there today, especially for younger audiences.  Like most messaging apps, however, it isn’t usually easy to use it for marking, which is why most people don’t give it much though, but Kik wants to change that. They launched an emoji keyboard several months ago ... ...

  • BizProfits Announces Transition to CPA Network

    BizProfits Announces Transition to CPA Network

    BizProfits.com announced its transition to a CPA network and launched a completely new optimized website to better cater to the needs of both publishers and advertisers. BizProfits, formerly specialized in the health and beauty affiliate niche, is changing its company profile to become a more complex CPA network with a variety of verticals & CP...

  • Massive Affiliate Spammer Gets Jail Time

    Massive Affiliate Spammer Gets Jail Time

    Phillip Fleitz, an affiliate marketer who who promoted himself as a computer security expert, was sentenced today for his hacking of computer networks to illegally collect emails and phone numbers to spam people. Judge Maurice Cohill Jr sentenced him to 27 months in jail, saying that his scheme was “sophisticated and serious.” Fleitz ma...

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