I’m the founder and CEO of Domain Magnate! We’re a private equity firm and we buy content and SaaS businesses, including many affiliate websites. We’re currently working on buying more businesses, managing our portfolio, optimizing conversions, and growing our team. We specialize in doing quick deals, and can often process 5 and 6 figure deals within days, and currently buy content businesses up to $1M. Feel free to contact us to get an offer.
We’re excited to announce an update to our support of the Microsoft Affiliate Program! Microsoft was originally the third affiliate program we added support for, but when Impact took over the program from Tradedoubler, we didn’t have an opportunity to update our front end to handle the new changes. With this update, full auto-affiliation support of Microsoft’s regional affiliate programs can now be managed from within the Geniuslink dashboard!
I’m Flor Zaccagnino, a travel blogger and content creator from Argentina. My blog started as a hobby, but 6 years ago, I realized it can be more, and it is. It’s my main job. I love writing and sharing the content of my travel and spreading the word about traveling alone and organizing your own trips. Viajeydescubra.com is full of helpful information and experiences of a woman that travels full time.
Today we wanted to take a quick break from our regularly scheduled blog to introduce the newest member of our team, Isaac Maier! Before starting full-time in Seattle, Isaac was backpacking through Asia, but we’ll let him talk about that. Without further adieu, let’s pass it on over to Isaac for a firsthand introduction.
Hey everyone, this is Isaac, your newest guide on the road to success and reaching your goals.
I started with Geniuslink as a marketing intern in the Summer of 2018 out in Big Sky Country (Missoula, Montana). But this wasn’t always my home. I grew up back in the Bay Area, in California. I like to make moves, so when granted the opportunity to join the Geniusteam in Seattle fully, it was a natural choice. Read More
I’m Kendal Clarke and I lead the commerce team at VerticalScope. I’ve been with VerticalScope for four years as we’ve grown our commerce business from primarily earning revenue from within our 500+ forums to expanding into building out review sites. Within our portfolio of brands, we range from niche sites on treadmill reviews to mattress reviews to automotive reviews.
Armando Ferreira, the man behind the popular YouTube channel Mondo Bytes, is having an excellent 2019. Armando, a Geniuslink client since early 2017, recently shared one simple change that helped him generate more income in the first six months of 2019 than he did in all of 2018 – and he was able to prove it.
Avoiding being the subject of an audit by the Amazon Associates compliance team is your best bet, but if you unfortunately get the fabled email letting you know your account is in jeopardy, then you’ve got your work cut out for you. However, before you dive in, we’d encourage you to give the entertaining and highly educational post that Doug Cunnington, of Niche Site Project, wrote about his experience below (lightly edited).
As we’ve seen a number of these audits over the years I’ve interjected some commentary to Doug’s adventure in the post below (with this formatting).
Good luck and enjoy!
-Jesse (CEO / Co-Founder of Geniuslink)
My name is Matthew Allen and I’m currently working on building out the best damn Amazon affiliate WordPress plugin that ever existed! I also have an internet marketing blog and I still have a few niche websites floating around in the interwebs.
The Barnes & Noble Affiliate Program marks the seventh total affiliate program and the third book-related affiliate program (Amazon and Apple Books being the first two) Geniuslink supports. We are excited to add auto-affiliation support for BarnesAndNoble.com affiliate program to further support our authors, book publishers, and affiliate marketers recommending good books to their audiences.
You should own your short links. That’s a surprising point of view for us, but we’ll tell you why. Over the past few years, there has been a growing movement of people taking control of their web presence.
On the one hand, there has been an increasing distrust with giant corporations owning and selling the data we put online. On the other hand, thanks to the phenomenal growth of website building tools such as Squarespace, WordPress, and Wix, it has been easier than ever to build your website. As I go through my inbox, I also see more and more emails coming from sweet branded email addresses like firstname.lastname@example.org rather than email@example.com.
We love that. We think you should own your web presence. And your short links.