As a member of the Publisher Development team, I am always searching for new advertisers to recommend to publishers. Like a baseball scout looking to recruit new talent, there are two places in the CJ Account Manager where I know I can find new opportunities for my publishers:
Feeling the holiday fallout yet? While the fourth quarter is a huge driver for many affiliates, the winter doldrums offer creative opportunities to keep readers (and consumers) enthused—and revenue flowing, too!
Are you constantly tasked with lowering your cost per action (CPA) while also maintaining or exceeding revenue goals? This can be very frustrating, especially if you don’t know how to get started.
The Rolodex was once a marketer’s most prized possession. It represented a career-long accumulation of connections and relationships. This desktop tool often determined the success of campaigns by allowing advertisers to put the right pieces into the best hands for the job.
With Q4 madness right around the corner, it’s important to find a way to make your brand—and your holiday promotions—stand out. As an advertiser, you’re probably extremely busy planning upcoming promotions, managing budgets, forecasting profits, and more.
With the holiday season fast approaching, bloggers and content publishers all over the web are planning their Holiday Gift Guides.
Are you ready for the upcoming holiday season? With Q4 upon us and just 52 days until Black Friday, it’s time to start thinking about how to best optimize this quarter with your top advertisers. For a large number of publishers, advertiser offers and placements are critical to boosting
Today’s always-on, multi-channel ecosystem has impacted consumer buying behavior, brand loyalty, and overall lifetime value (LTV).
Have you tried applying to an advertiser’s program only to be stuck in “pending” forever or, worse, swiftly declined? It’s a frustration many affiliate marketers experience.
I work with CJ’s awesome Content Team, but at heart, I’m a blogger—a blogger who’s always excited to start new relationships. That said, like most content publishers, my email inbox is stuffed full of press releases, product pitches, and partnership offers.