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…
Guest post by Greg Finn, Partner, Cypress North and Correspondent, Search Engine Land. Greg, and his team at Cypress North, are rock stars across many different marketing disciplines. We had…
Guest Post on Kindle Publishing by Shiv Shenoy, MyPassiveIncomeEducation.com After talking with Shiv about his fantastic book on building a source of passive income through Kindle Publishing, we asked him to share a few…
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.
Greg, and his team at Cypress North, are rock stars across many different marketing disciplines. We had the pleasure of having Greg put together some notes on three key areas around where SEO, affiliate marketing and link management intersect. Please read on to learn how affiliate marketers should treat their links, how a link management tool’s redirects might impact SEO, and how a dynamic / intelligent link is treated from a PageRank perspective. Enjoy! -Jesse
Over the years, Genius Link has become a go-to tool for authors looking to better market their books through intelligent links. We work with some of the world’s most recognized authors and publishing houses, and after seeing how our author clients take advantage of our technology, we’d like to share some of the most useful tools you get with the world’s smartest links to better market your books.
Guest Post on Kindle Publishing by Shiv Shenoy, MyPassiveIncomeEducation.com
After talking with Shiv about his fantastic book on building a source of passive income through Kindle Publishing, we asked him to share a few of his best tips from the book with us in order to help any of you who are also exploring the Kindle Publishing realm. He was gracious enough to write up a blog post summarizing 6 steps to creating a passive revenue stream through Kindle Books.
Today we wanted to take a quick break from our regularly scheduled blog to introduce the newest member of our team, Matt Mustarde!
Matt has come to us straight from sunny Seattle to help make sure every one of our clients receives the absolute best possible experience while using our service.
So without further adieu, here is the man himself!
The Geniuslink team is excited to announce that we will be attending the Affiliate Summit West Conference in Las Vegas next month! Although we’ve been providing solutions for affiliate marketers for over six years, this is our first time attending an Affiliate Summit event.
To make this event even more exciting, Geniuslink CEO, Jesse Lakes, will be one of this year’s featured speakers. Jesse will be speaking on a problem he knows very well — the problem that Geniuslink was originally created to solve: geo-fragmentation in global eCommerce storefronts. You can find out more about Jesse and his session at 2017’s Affiliate Summit West conference here: http://affiliatesummit.com/speakers/jesse-lakes/.
Good news! Your favorite WordPress content builder now works seamlessly alongside our Amazon Link Engine plugin!
It was brought to our attention earlier this fall that our Amazon Link Engine plugin (ALE), when used in combination with the very popular Thrive Content Builder plugin (TCB), was not behaving as expected. This resulted in a poor experience for some of our clients.
A little over six months ago, we decided to change our monthly service offering from a single plan in favor of our current three plan model. We wanted to differentiate the offering to better serve our clients’ needs, and help expand our service into new areas.
After looking through the usage data for our various features, we recently decided to reallocate what features are offered on which plans. Our goal driving this decision is to put more of the capabilities of intelligent links in the hands of more people who can benefit from them. Keep reading to learn more about the updates we’ve made to each plan. Read More