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What do Tim Carter, Brian Clark, Joel Comm, Jim Kukral, Ted Murphy, Jeremy Schoemaker, and Mari Smith have in common? They all walk the walk when it comes to their Internet marketing expertise. And they also have joined a couple dozen innovators and thought shapers to share their ideas, advice, and insight.
"Internet Marketing from the Real Experts" is a collection of affiliate, email, blogging, podcasting, video, search engine, and social network rock stars that break down the how and why of Internet marketing in a clear, easy to understand way.
These are the people that do this stuff every day. Find out how they do what they do to achieve success with their online businesses.
Their voices, their ideas, their action items, and their lessons learned from mistakes--all for you to grow your business the day you start reading "Internet Marketing from the Real Experts".
Shawn Collins has been an affiliate marketer since 1997 with a number of active affiliate projects, and a decade of affiliate management under his belt. He is a Co-founder of Affiliate Summit, the leading global conference and tradeshow for the affiliate marketing industry and Co-Editor-in-Chief of FeedFront Magazine. He authored the book Successful Affiliate Marketing for Merchants and publishes the annual AffStat affiliate marketing benchmark reports. Shawn blogs daily on affiliate marketing at Affiliate Tip and co-hosts the weekly Affiliate Thing and Brandmouthing podcasts on GeekCast.fm. Additionally, Shawn has been quoted in numerous publications, including Entrepreneur Magazine, Internet Retailer, Inc. Magazine, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal.
Missy Ward has been an affiliate marketer since 1999 with a number of active affiliate sites and nine years experience in affiliate management. She is the cofounder of Affiliate Summit, the leading global conference and tradeshow for the affiliate marketing industry and coeditor-in-chief of FeedFront Magazine, the affiliate marketing industry’s only print trade publication. Missy blogs about affiliate marketing and social media on MissyWard.com and is the host of two weekly podcasts on internet marketing; TheSpew and BigMouthStrikesAgain, available on GeekCast.fm. She is also the founder of AffiliateMarketersGiveBack.com which champions the fight against breast cancer. Missy also manages the ThesisAffiliates.com program on a performance basis, donating her earnings to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
I expected substantial information with real specific quantifiable facts and detailed strategies. Instead this book provides anacdotal stories and general statements. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jade Atwood
This book is good for nothing. Just expressions of some guys that say are experts. Marketing it not just those expressions.Published 20 months ago by Carl R. Mailhos
>>>...Internet Marketing...Real Experts" is an IdeaBook containing 130 concise topic inputs from The Gang OF 88 collected in 329+ pages covering 11 Sections / Affiliate - Design -... Read morePublished on October 8, 2011 by Michael GreenGold
Loved it! Course I am a little biased because I have a small part in it.
For he jackass above said it was lacking on content for me I don't need a lot of fluff. Read more
Honestly, if you are interested into online marketing, its
a great book to get you started , both if you are a total
beginner like me or a seasoned marketing... Read more
The table of contents on this book reads as a veritable who's who of Internet Marketers. This book covers the basics of what affiliate programs are and how to choose the best one,... Read morePublished on April 2, 2010 by Mike Wallace
The book is so heavy in affiliate marketing, which takes up almost 40% of the content. It is presented in blog style with very condensed bullet points explanation and lack of... Read morePublished on February 10, 2010 by Enche Tjin
As a person who recently became interested in internet marketing, the title immediately caught my eye. Who would not want to learn from the real experts? Read morePublished on January 30, 2010 by Shaun Brady