The 5th Annual Affiliate Meetup hosted by Adsimilis is taking place September 18th-20th in Prague.
WhatRunsWhere is excited to attend the 5th Annual Adsimilis Meetup this September in beautiful Prague! This meetup will host affiliate marketers from around the globe and attendees will partake in high-level networking, learning and more, all at this visually stunning and rich historic site. Adsimilis is known for being one of the best affiliate networks in the digital space and this meetup is the premier event for affiliates to reunite with old friends and mingle with industry veterans.
We are proud to announce that our CEO Max Teitelbaum will be presenting on the Evolution of Display Advertising in Affiliate Marketing! The talk will discuss how the display advertising landscaped has changed throughout the years. It will provide helpful tips and explore how certain challenges and obstacles, including the 2008 Recession, changes in rules and regulations, as well as HTML5 and Native advertising, have affected affiliate marketers.
If you’re planning your schedule ahead of time, why not book a one-on-one meeting with Max or Jordan Matheson, our Director of Business Development? Click here to book your meeting now.
See you there!
The Digital Marketing Exposition and Conference (dmexco) is fast approaching! WhatRunsWhere will be attending the conference that brings together the global digital economy on September 16th and 17th in Cologne, Germany.
This year at demxco, WhatRunsWhere will be rubbing shoulders with more than 500 expert speakers and 32,000 trade visitors (from over 100 countries). We’re very excited to be exhibiting at this premier global digital marketing event that brings together innovative businesses to share learnings on new business models and industry trends. With over 200 hours of conference programming, there is much to learn.
If you are heading to Germany for this exciting conference, be sure to connect with our team. WhatRunsWhere’s CEO and Co-Founder, Max Teitelbaum, and Director of Business Development, Jordan Matheson, will be available to discuss how competitive intelligence is disrupting and changing the way we strategize media buying in the digital age.
Feel free to book a one-on-one meeting with either Jordan or Max by emailing email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you in a few weeks. Let’s GO to dmexco!
Last week our team traveled to the Big Apple to attend Affiliate Summit East (ASE). This is the conference for affiliate marketers, bringing together industry experts, newcomers and everyone in-between to network and discuss all things affiliate marketing. One of the best parts of ASE are the intimate educational sessions that connect industry professionals with affiliates to share insights on the latest trends in the industry.
David Kelly, our VP of Business Development had the opportunity to lead a session on Leveraging Competitive Intelligence in Native Advertising. This is a growing trend in the affiliate world and for marketers looking for serious business growth. David had some valuable insights to share so we summarized the key learnings from his session below.
WhatRunsWhere is thrilled to be both exhibiting and speaking at Affiliate Summit East which is taking place in New York from August 2-4.
This premier conference brings together agencies, affiliates, merchants, networks and vendors for three days of networking, education and discovery of the latest industry trends. One of the best aspects of Affiliate Summit East is the affiliate marketing experts who will be sharing their insights and personal experiences to help others in the industry succeed.
David Kelly, VP of Business Development
Our VP of Business Development, David Kelly, will be leading Session 5d on Leveraging Competitive Intelligence in Native Advertising on August 2nd, 3:30 – 4:00 PM. Get a better understanding of the ever-expanding native advertising opportunity and uncover the key components of an effective native campaign.
The WhatRunsWhere team will also be demonstrating how our tool is helping to breath new life into the affiliate marketing space.
Stop by Booth 1008 in the Ballroom Foyer to meet our awesome sales team: David, Jonathan, Sheldon and WhatRunsWhere Co-Founder and COO, Max Teitelbaum. Let us show you how WhatRunsWhere can benefit your business.
To help organize your time at ASE you can BOOK A DEMO now by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Book your demo now!
On Tuesday July 7, WhatRunsWhere and Offervault teamed up for an exclusive webinar on How To Launch Campaigns That Convert.
Speakers included Max Teitelbaum, WhatRunsWhere Co-founder and COO, and Liane Carmi, Director of Training at Offervault. As experts in the affiliate marketing industry, they provided valuable insights for new and seasoned affiliates alike, in need of solutions to:
- Finding the best offers on the market
- Saving time and money, while reducing risk
- And most especially, boosting their ROI
The webinar provides exactly those solutions. Using three case studies Max and Liane demonstrated the power of combining both Offervault and WhatRunsWhere to help you save time, money and lower your risk when launching campaigns.
In case you missed this exclusive webinar, we’ve posted the recording below so you can start leveraging the insights from these experts today!
New to the affiliate marketing world? Currently an affiliate but struggling to the build successful campaigns that convert? We have you covered!
Date: Tuesday, July 7th at 2:00 PM (EDT)
WhatRunsWhere and Offervault presents an exclusive affiliate marketing webinar:
How To Launch Campaigns That Convert.
You’ll hear from industry experts and experienced affiliate marketers Liane Carmi, and WhatRunsWhere’s very own, Max Teitelbaum, who became a highly successful online marketer before he hit twenty. They’ll answer all your questions about big affiliate marketing opportunities.
What You Will Learn:
- The NEW affiliate marketing opportunity and what it will mean for you
- What THE source is for finding the HOTTEST converting offers with the best payouts
- How to easily and effectively identify top performing creatives and campaigns
- How to leverage two essential tools that will help you run campaigns that convert
And stay tuned all the way until the end because there’s a FREE gift for all attendees!
You’ll want to be there. Gain access to valuable insights on how to succeed in the affiliate marketing industry. Register now!
Content, content, content – producing quality content is key to connecting with audiences. More than ever, companies are publishing original content through blogs and guest blogs. But does the same rule apply to affiliate marketers?
Blogging has become an essential channel of communication that offers a more intimate way of sharing information and connecting with customers. Most company websites have a tendency of being one dimensional in terms of informing readers about the company. They’re also usually one directional since they “talk at” customers. But blogs are different: they’re a place for companies and customers to engage in ongoing conversations about original, interesting, educational, or entertaining content. Content shared on company blogs can range from product launches, tips & tricks, industry trends to customer success stories, infographics, and everything in between.
Another part of the blog ecosystem is guest blogging. A guest blog is when a blog owner features the writing and opinion of someone else – usually an industry influencer – on their blog to share new insight with their audience. The benefit? Both the blog owner and guest writer are able to share the content with both of their audiences to extend their voice to a much larger reach.
Guest blogging was the topic of discussion in a recent live Twitter chat hosted by SEMrush and Website Magazine – whom we’ve guest blogged for before! The chat got us thinking about how some of the top affiliate marketers out there are also some of the best bloggers that produce great original content. The question is why?
Last week WhatRunsWhere was happy to be one of the 67 exhibitors at MarTech in San Francisco. We were absolutely at home at the conference which unites our passion for technology and marketing.
Jordan, our Account Executive, happy to talk competitive intelligence for online display advertising.
MarTech 2015 witnessed twice the number of vendors since last year with over 1,800 companies in attendance, compared to only 947 in 2014. Such rapid growth in the marketing technology landscape indicates major shifts in the marketing world. Marketing is evolving and is now being driven by technology in an era where BIG DATA informs every decision. With 29 senior level speakers from nearly 30 companies, including Coca-Cola, Netflix, Dell, and LinkedIn just to name a few, there was plenty to learn.
So what does this budding partnership between marketing and technology mean for companies and advertisers? We’ve summarised 4 key take-aways from MarTech San Francisco 2015: