July 27, 2020
Happy Monday and Happy National Scotch Day… although Mr. Bean shows us, you don’t really need to drink to be jolly 🙂
In today’s edition:
Amazon To Deliver Car Insurance In Minutes In India First
Google Is Coming After Amazon’s Marketplace Merchants With Commission Free
Facebook Shares New Insights into Most Shared Posts on its Platform
1000 Profitable Amazon Affiliate Website Examples 2020
Hulu Starts Self-Service Ad Manager For Small, Mid-Size Businesses Always
Tiktok Announces $200 Million Fund For Creators On The Platform
Let’s make it a great week!
— Itay Paz
For the second big shake up Google’s commerce this year, it announced a major initiative to attract Amazon’s merchants with No Commissions for Sellers Using Its Shopping Platform. According to Google, it will roll out first in the U.S., and then toward international launches later this year and in 2021.
Amazon is expanding its product range by taking its first foray into the world of car and bike insurance. Initially launching in India Amazon will be partnering with Acko General Insurance to offer low-cost insurance deals with the added benefit of special offers for Prime members.
Read more here.
99 Designs allows you to post what design work you need letting and the designers are competing for the job by first posting their design according to your specifications. You then choose from the designs that were submitted.
Go To 99 Designs here.
Understanding what generates engagement on Facebook is key to maximizing reach and response, New York Times journalist Kevin Roose has sought to shed some light on the most popular Facebook posts, based on listings from Facebook’s own CrowdTangle monitoring platform, on any given day. And those listings haven’t exactly painted a positive image of how Facebook facilitates certain elements.
Read more here.
Boost Your Business and Get New Insights Together With 10 Leading Industry Experts in a One-Day Virtual Event, MaxWeb Connect.
The MaxWeb Connect speakers are all carefully chosen and their talks are designed to help you get along and move to the next step in your business. We always want to help you with maximizing your knowledge and give you the most up-to-date insights on current matters.
When: August 18th, 2020, Starting at 8:00AM EST
Source: Affiliate Insights
There are large traditional media publishers that have begun incorporating affiliate content into their properties and arbitrage players who focus on paid traffic that have been purposefully excluded from this list.
SEO driven sites with “best” and “review” style content tend to be the easiest to reverse engineer and most predictable over the long term so that is where this article will focus. If you study 1,000 successful sites, you can’t help but begin to notice patterns and similarities between the type and structure of content that is working.
Read more here.
Youtube’s Lowered Mid-Roll Ad Requirement (Google)
Hulu Starts Self-Service Ad Manager For Small, Mid-Size Businesses (MediaPost)
Google May Have Been Spying On Other Android Apps You Use (TechRadar)
Facebook Enables 50-Person Live Streams With Messenger Rooms (SEJ)
Creating an Ad Jingle Is a Different Process When It’s for TikTok (ADWEEK)
Flipkart Acquires Walmart India To Launch Wholesale Digital Marketplace (ZDNet)
Facebook Will Now Enable Users to Broadcast their Messenger Rooms via Facebook Live (Social Media Today)
Tiktok Announces $200 Million Fund For Creators On The Platform (Digit)
There are many things that can kill a successful marketing campaign but the most irritable one is when suddenly the product or offer you’re promoting is not available. This can cause you big losses.
A backup offer is exactly what it describes: a secondary offer to your primary one that you can replace immediately if you cannot promote the main offer.
It’s always good to have backup (not just for your files & documents).
Written by Itay Paz
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