It’s just been announced that I’ll be speaking at Affiliate Summit once again. This time, however, it’s going to be a bit different. My session will be both Monday and Tuesday, from…
Affiliate Summit West is just about 3 months away, and the board is working on putting together a session schedule. Once again, they’re looking for attendee input, allowing you to vote on what sessions you’d like to see. You can vote at affiliatesummit.slinkset.com (you have to register, but if you voted last time, it’s the same system, so you’re already registered!) Here are some highlights:
I’m going to start with the obvious. If this panel is chosen to present at Affiliate Summit, you’ll find me in this room, because I’m on the panel! Won’t you vote for me, please? 🙂
At the Link Building Victories & Failures Affiliate Summit session, Wil Reynolds explained that authority links aren’t always the answer! In his example, Wil explained how a client of his had numerous
authority links (fashion magazine websites) but still was not getting the same rankings as the competition. So Wil and the folks at SEER tried some different techniques.
To start, before you can ask for help, you must offer help. RT others, link to their content,
build your Karma bank. Some ways to do this for your niche are twitter searches (search.twitter.com or a column in TweetDeck)