Whether you’re a one-time author or a serial writer, most authors want to maximize the income they generate from their published works. And there’s plenty of really solid advice out there about how to do just that.
If you’re a creator on YouTube looking to make some extra income, you’re probably already using affiliate links to recommend products you use or review. (And if you’re not, you should be!) However, these links can start to stack up quickly, and before long you may end up with hundreds or thousands of links throughout your channel, all while still leaving valuable international commissions on the table. Even worse, this means that if you want to begin using an intelligent link management service like Genius Link to start earning those commissions, that can feel like a big commitment – especially if you need to go back and replace all those affiliate links across dozens of videos.
Affiliate marketing generates a lot of data but all too often that data sits in a silo and isn’t helpful. We worked with a number of our clients, both big and small, to take some of their data and turn it into actionable information to try and help you answer three of the most common questions we get: Read More
How To Double Your Amazon Affiliate Commissions?
Recently our CEO gave a presentation about just this topic. A presentation that was really well received, so we decided to write out some of the key lessons and takeaways.
Before we dive into this, let’s take a step back and consider the facts.
As affiliate marketers, the first time we see an international payment come through our initial thought is often excitement. Wondering if the US has a tax treaty with said country and if their IRS equivalent is also going to want some portion of our hard earned commissions isn’t typically something that crosses our mind.
Until it does. Then the dread of not knowing where to start and the fear of what we’ll find kicks in and we are back to optimizing for EPC. Read More
In our previous post (Choice Pages – Leveling Up Your Affiliate Links) we teased some updates that were on the way and I’m excited to share more details as they are now available.
While our Choice Pages have been getting a lot of polish and functionality over the last few months we thought these last couple updates were important and worth a few minutes of your time. Read More
[A note from Jesse Lakes, CEO and co-founder of Geniuslink.]
Have you ever wanted to offer buying options in addition to Amazon? What held you back? Not wanting to litter your website, YouTube description or tweet with multiple buy buttons or links to the same product? Maybe you didn’t have the space, or time, for adding more than one link?
Does 100% of your audience shop exclusively at Amazon? The answer is most likely “no”. Shopping from your preferred store will always trump your desire for your favorite influencers to cleanly monetize your purchase. Read More
Marketers are facing a more fragmented landscape than ever before and sometimes an intelligent link, no matter how intricate you set the rules isn’t enough. In these situations, a carefully curated list of options can improve the shopper’s buying experience, improve your conversions and revenue as well as ensure compliance. It’s situations like the ones below where Choice Pages really shine. Learn more about Choice Pages in our latest blog post or read on to dig into a handful of the top use cases for Choice Pages. Read More
We recently sat down with YouTuber, Kyle Taggart to talk with him about how he got started as a YouTuber, being an affiliate marketer on the platform and how to grow your channel while nurturing your creativity.
After 10 years working in online marketing in an extremely competitive industry, I’ve had a decent amount of experience in generating revenue using the Internet.
That said, there’s always a lot still to be learned. There’s a ton of useful information available for free out there, and with a bit of experimenting and lateral thinking, you can come up with an endless stream of ideas that can help boost your bottom line.
Here are 4 strategies that have worked for us over the past 6 months. Hopefully, you can implement them too.