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First in.. First out…

Most email systems send to the oldest contacts first. In other words... first contact in is first contact out.

As a result, the first contacts that ever signed up for your list are the first contacts receiving your messages. This is problematic because the longer someone is on your list, Read more...

Affiliate Networks and Your Sender Reputation

Affiliate Networks and Your Sender Reputation

When we are referring to affiliate networks, we’re talking about networks like Clickbank, JVZoo, etc.

The long and the short of these networks is that the ISPs GENERALLY don’t like them and if you’re doing a significant amount of mailing to offers within these networks, there’s a good chance that Read more...

Does Affiliate Marketing Impact Reputation

Deliverability Reminders: How Does Affiliate Marketing Impact Reputation?

We wanted to just revisit some common questions that we get asked about frequently (and it's a good refresher for seasoned marketers).

So... for the next several weeks, we're going to address a different question each week to keep the snippets short, simple and actionable for you! If you have Read more...

Affiliate Promotions

Affiliate Marketing

Many of our clients earn significant revenue from affiliate launches and affiliate promotions. With that, comes the potential for deliverability issues (short and long term).

If you're mailing a specific promotion and see an immediate drop in opens, then (more…)


How to Standout from All the Other Affiliates with Your Email Marketing-Infographic

Consumers are looking for help in deciding what to buy because they don’t have time to personally check everything and they want opinions they can trust. There is a real niche for the affiliate email marketer who offers value over and above what the competition is doing. Read more...

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How to Standout from All the Other Affiliates with Your Email Marketing

Affiliate marketing offers many attractive benefits because you can promote another company’s product and receive a commission for sales without having to develop the product, provide customers support, or hire employees to do those things for you.