If you come to a conference just to hang out with pals and see old friends, you can skip this step. However, if you are looking to really improve your business and get a ton out of a conference – you need to come with goals in mind.
Write down who you want to meet, what you want to learn, and what you hope to accomplish. Carry it with you all the time and get it done!
Oral arguments in the Performance Marketing Association’s lawsuit were heard Wednesday (May 22nd) in Springfield, IL. If you are an Affiliate Marketer, you need to listen to this. The video can be found at the bottom of this post.
Here are some highlights
- The State barely gets 20 seconds into their argument before the Court challenges and points out a fatal flaw in their argument.
- At the 43 (43:47 to be specific) to 45 minute mark, I believe that the State attempts to make an argument that should immediately disqualify them. Listen to how the State describes that the pure presence of a
Having been to just a few industry conferences so far, I would not consider myself an Affiliate Marketing conference veteran per se, but I quickly learned from the shows I have attended that networking and meeting other attendees is essential – and fun! Whether at conference events or simply walking through the lobby, I see a flurry of interactions and meetings taking place. There are so many opportunities to meet other attendees both during and outside of the conference, so get your networking hat on and Business Cards ready!
- Join all Social Networks for the conferences such as Facebook, Twitter,
Whether you buy a musical instrument as a gift for yourself, or for a child, you are giving far more than a guitar, a set of drums, a recorder, or a horn. You’re giving a way to express powerful emotions, to connect across cultures and generations, to create, comfort, communicate, compose and celebrate in the universal language of rhythm and music.
So you’re registered for a conference and you’ve booked your hotel and travel plans! Now what?
Preparation isn’t close to being done. Conferences can be very overwhelming, especially for first-time attendees. One of the most important aspects of preparing for a conference is to create a solid game plan and stay organized, or you won’t get as much out of it. The key components to every conference is to make connections and get educated. I have five easy steps to help you achieve success for every conference you attend this year.
The task of organizing and motivating all the new Affiliates you meet at a conference can be very time consuming. So today let’s talk about how you can make this process more efficient and effective with…
Auto-Tagging Rule-Based Commissions!
Do you want to know which Affiliates sign up for your program from this particular conference/event?
How to Auto Tag
Important Tips to Remember!
Do you want
I should start out this post by saying I may be one of the most if not the most shoe obsessed person here at ShareASale. In fact, the quote above only slightly fits my obsession. My “problem” has gotten so bad that I am contemplating moving to a larger apartment just so I can have a room where I can see all of my shoes lined up and not to have to hide a few in my closet.
Based on this “problem” I have, it should come as no surprise that I seriously consider which shoes
Scenario #3: The Forgotten Articles
Most of us have probably seen “Home Alone”, more notably the scene with Kate and Peter McCallister where they are on the plane and she feels as though she forgot something. It’s also probably safe to assume that most of us have had that feeling at least once. Usually, when I travel that feeling is almost a guarantee. You might be asking, “WHY” and “HOW”. It’s because usually I do forget something.
There have been times when I somehow forget to bring shoes, a belt, or an additional pair of pants.
What do employees who work a company’s booth at a conference and marathon runners have in common? The answer is unflappable endurance. Turning on the charm and keeping your wits sharp on little to no sleep can be hard. The key to functioning under those conditions is to plan ahead so you don’t have to sweat the small details when you are busy representing
Article source: http://blog.shareasale.com/2013/05/16/12-success-at-the-booth/
A nice women by the name of Ruth Graves Wakefield owned a travel lodge named the Toll House Inn, outside of Whitman, Massachusetts. As an innkeeper, Ruth enjoyed baking home made cookies for her guests. According to Nestle’, the story goes that one day Ruth ran out of baker’s chocolate in the middle of making a batch of Butter Drop Do cookies. So, she finely chopped a bar of Nestle’s semi-sweet chocolate. To her surprise, the chocolate did not melt into the dough but rather held their shape. She served this batch to the guests and the chocolate chip cookie