Yub launched today with $12 million in funding to grow its affiliate network, which aims to help offline retailers drive sales with online offers.
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Admit it, you’ve thought about dabbling in affiliate marketing. After all, who wouldn’t want to make an extra buck by sharing a few products on their blog or Twitter?
Facebook is now better assisting its direct response marketers with the addition of a self-service tool designed to measure and optimize campaign performance.
Businesses that want to craft their own referral programs to benefit their customers have a new option to consider: the rewards network Referly.
Is surprise-hit Pinterest covertly capitalizing on the product-sharing behaviors of its burgeoning user base? Evidence amassed by savvy observers suggests as much.
Skimlinks automatically converts product references in blog posts into affiliate sales links. The London startup just closed a funding round of $4.5 led by Bertelsmann Digital Media Investments, the investment arm of media giant Bertelsmann AG.
Skimlinks, a U.K.-based startup that tries to make it dead-simple for publishers to earn a cut of every product sale they drive, launched a product that automatically turns all product references in stories into affiliate links.
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