A Few Cool Articles And Blog Posts From The Last Week

Welcome to the “I’m on vacation and still wanted to get an article posted today” edition of the affiliate.com blog.  While I’m trying to survive a few days of typically frigid December weather in Chicago, I hope you are staying warm somewhere and enjoy checking out a few cool articles from the last week or so.

Here is a good post from Ryan over at Super Affiliate Twins on the importance of being prepared for change in the affiliate marketing space.  One thing that is certain in this industry is that the offer that is making you tons of money today will eventually stop converting.  If you don’t prepare for this inevitability, you are bound to have some serious ups and downs in your business.
Another Day, Another Dollar – Adapting To Change

Here are a few marketing books to add to your reading list from Barman at PPC.bz.  I picked up one of them myself for my trip to Chicago (Hot Button Marketing).  I’ll be sure to post a review at some point.
More Marketing Books and Some Self Help

Check out this post from now formerly UK-based affiliate marketer Finch about his first week working from his laptop in Thailand and the effect your environment has on your productivity.
From a Laptop in Thailand

Zac Johnson writes about the importance of time and dedication in achieving success as an affiliate marketer or as any type of business owner.
Your Biggest Investment:  Time and Dedication

The folks over at DM Confidential weigh in on the privacy and tracking issues that have been making the rounds in both internet industry (including this blog) and mainstream publications over the past few weeks.
Tracking vs. Sharing

Gavin Dunaway at Adotas writes about Groupon’s recent decision to turn down a $6 billion buyout from Google.
If Groupon is ‘N-Sync, Google is No. 1 Fan

Lorenzo Green (Mr. Green) gives us the 10 Super Affiliates Rules.  Along with some great photos accompanying each rule, there are some really useful tips for any affiliate marketer.
Top 10 Super Affiliate Rules

Well, we knew this day was coming, but Forrester Research announced that a recent consumer survey shows that for the first time, the amount of time spent online has equaled the amount of time spent watching TV in US households.
Forrester:  Time Spent on Internet is Equal to TV

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