Squarespace is a great platform for simplifying the tedious process of building a professional website. Maybe you’ve built a Squarespace site to promote your book, music, or you’ve created a site reviewing awesome products and want to earn some affiliate revenue by posting links to Amazon or iTunes. Regardless of what you’re promoting, you want to make sure you’re connecting your audience to the easiest place for them to purchase those products, and pulling useful data out of your clicks to become a better marketer. That’s where Geniuslink comes in.
Converting Amazon Associates links on your WordPress site into intelligent, affiliated, and geo-localized links is easier than ever with with our Amazon Link Engine WordPress plugin. It’s been about a year since we first released the plugin, and since then we’ve received some incredible feedback from our clients.
Well, that feedback did not go unheard, and we’re happy to announce two new key features to make the Amazon Link Engine work even harder for you!
I’m excited to share the next major milestone of a project we’ve been working on for the past 15 months: the introduction of Geniuslink.
The shift to Geniuslink, from GeoRiot, is a refocus on the what our service has become, and the foundation we’ve built for making it even better.
You may have already heard the news about Amazon’s recent launch of a full-fledged e-commerce storefront in Mexico (read the full story here). The expansion of Amazon.com.mx represents Amazon’s biggest international launch ever, and if you’re anything like us, you were giddy with excitement upon hearing the news as it represents yet another affiliate marketing opportunity within the Amazon ecosystem.
Back in May of 2013, we got pretty nostalgic after hitting our first 1 billion clicks and took a look back at how GeoRiot had made it that far. It was a pretty monumental feat for a 3-person team, but we did it by being Hell-bent on ridding the world of broken user experiences and fragmented affiliate programs once and for all. Let’s see how the ‘riot started.
In our continuing series of the most influential people in their fields, we now turn our focus to the video gaming community. What we discovered is that the number of people with deep influence in the gaming community is tiny. In fact, it’s smaller than the number of people who are actually stoked that they pre-ordered Arkham Knight on PC (too soon?).
Note: This blog has been updated on July 15th with notes about some additional functionality recently launched.
The launch of Apple Music yesterday is an exciting development not only for enjoying and consuming music, but also for everyone around the world who promotes music in the iTunes ecosystem. While the user experience is also dependent on factors outside of your link, we felt you should have the ability to help influence the direction of your traffic. Therefore, we’re happy to announce a couple of updates.
In our continuing series of honoring the “Best Of” in various categories, we’ve conducted a report identifying the most engaging tech reviewers world-wide. The study pinpoints the thought leaders whose videos, articles, Tweets and commentary provide a trusted road map for technology aficionados.
At GeoRiot, we absolutely love talking to our clients because it gives us insight into the creative and interesting ways you’re using the Amazon Associates program. It also helps us continue to build and refine how we support the incredibly diverse integrations that we see for our clients out in the wild.
With that in mind, we’re excited that we were able to really geek out for this last round of improvements and build some tools for our Amazon Associates power users. Here’s some stuff for the geeks: Read More