What does Geniuslink have in common with Amazon, Ben & Jerry’s, Etsy, Google, Procter & Gamble, and Wieden & Kennedy? Office dogs. Dogs have become a staple in…
With so many marketing tools and analytics platforms, you may sometimes feel helpless trying to understand what’s going to actually help you connect the dots – or connect…
Dogs have become a staple in the offices of many companies around the world, following a trend that has been proven to reduce office stress, increase physical health, and enforce a positive workplace.
At Geniuslink, our office dogs do just that. Walk into the office on any given morning or afternoon and you’ll be warmly greeted as furry paws skate across the floor, tails wag and wet noses rush to meet your hands.
We get asked a lot of questions every day, but one of the most common ones we hear is one that many people don’t realize is easily solved with our service. In order to help you get the most out of your account, we thought we’d explain how our Groups and Group Overrides can help you maximize your earnings, all while keeping things organized!
William Tjernlund is an experienced Amazon seller, consultant, and resident expert at [INSIDE AMAZON]. In this brief guest post, he’ll go over each of the European Amazon storefronts and give his perspective about each one. Keep in mind that these are his personal opinions, but we think it can still be potentially valuable advice for sellers, and affiliates, who are just getting started in Europe. We’d love to hear your thoughts too, so leave us a comment below! To learn more about William, check out this interview he did with WebRetailer. Read More
With so many marketing tools and analytics platforms, you may sometimes feel helpless trying to understand what’s going to actually help you connect the dots – or connect a Tweet, to a sign up, or to a sale.
However, while Groups are great for organizing buckets of links on a high level, tracking tags allow you to get much more granular information for each individual link. With the newest update to Genius Link, we’re excited to announce that we’ve updated the original link tagging option to include 4 new tracking tag categories, and the ability to use those tags as UTM parameters!
Our lead engineer Alfredo Alvarez is also a talented photographer, so when he’s not squashing bugs or building new features, he’s also running his own photography business. When setting up photo-shoots for his customers, Alfredo takes advantage of Genius Link QR codes to create simple and robust paper “links” that make sharing images with his clients a snap. Read More
It appears that Amazon has a big 2017 planned in their conquest of global domination, with two new stores and plans to upgrade one store from digital-only to physical sales as well. This includes the recent acquisition of Souq.com to create an Amazon store in the Middle East, as well as the planned launch of a storefront in Singapore, and the expansion of the Australian storefront to start including physical products. Read More
With LAUNCH Festival 2017 just around the corner, April 6th marks the halfway point for us at LAUNCH and our first time participating in one of the world’s largest startup events! Over the past 6 weeks, it’s been a pleasure to work with the LAUNCH team and the awesome group of companies in our session, and we’re excited to see what everyone has to show off during the event.
Geniuslink CEO and co-founder Jesse Lakes will be competing in the pitch competition Thursday afternoon on the Festival Stage, but we’ll also have a booth in the Demo Pit. Stop by anytime Thursday or Friday to say hi, and throw your card in for our raffle drawing and a chance to win a pair of Apple AirPods!
After the Festival Winners are announced and everything is wrapped up, come join us for celebrations Friday evening. We’d love to buy you a drink and get to know everyone better! Shoot us an email or follow us on Twitter for updates on the plan.
Thanks to everyone at LAUNCH for all of their support and for the opportunity to participate in this event. For all of you attending, we hope you have a great Festival, and we look forward to seeing you there!
This is a guest post by Doug Cunnington. Doug is the founder of Niche Site Project where he writes about using project management on Amazon Affiliate sites. He’s been quoted and mentioned on sites like NeilPatel.com, Social Triggers, Backlinko, and Ahrefs.
This is a guest post written by Andrew James. Andrew is an entrepreneur, digital marketer, wine enthusiast, hustler (in a good way) & the guy behind BrandBuilders.io. His business helps both Amazon FBA sellers and Amazon Affiliate marketers build out their brands and manage their portfolio of sites.
Building Amazon based affiliate niche websites is a great way to make money and live the laptop lifestyle, but there’s no denying that there is a massive learning curve that comes along with building a successful business.
Even as easy as it is to start making money through the Amazon’s affiliate programs, many people come to find out that their earnings levels aren’t quite what they had originally hoped for when they started building the site.