A guest post from Virginia Rizzi, Head of Affiliate Marketing, at Glass Digital. From time to time, our partners and clients submit posts to our site for publication. We are pleased to publish a range of these opinions, which reflect the POVs of the author(s).
In this post, Virginia shares why both SEO and affiliate marketing strategies require an element of outreach, and how your approach should differ depending on the opportunity.
In this byline in Forbes, Partnerize Chief Marketing Officer Jim Nichols writes about the value of each of these characteristics with regard to how marketers use data to make key decisions, and how the availability of richer data partner marketing is a major benefit of the channel. Read this excerpt to see how do your most frequently referenced data sets measure up on accuracy, context and relevance:
Jason Kohn, our new VP of Revenue, has published a byline in Internet Retailer. The article tackles ways in which brands can target Millennials by forming alliances with other brands and marketing partners to extend their each. If you're looking for new and creative ways to reach the discerning Millennial shopper, here is an excerpt from Jason's article:
Partnerize Marketing Director Miriam Tremelling has authored an article in TotalRetail that looks at how online apparel retailers can use the power of partnership to their advantage. Whether you're looking to expand your use of influencers or find other creative ways to grow share of sales in the category, this article offers some good advice. Here is an excerpt:
Partnerize Senior Business Director Daniel Keegan has had an article published in PerformanceIn, outlining strategies for growing a partner program in Indonesia. If yours is one of the many brands looking to expand to this high-growth region, the article has a few great suggestions for success. Here is an excerpt from Dan's article:
Partnerize Chief Marketing Officer Jim Nichols has published a byline in Forbes outlining some great tactics for brands to ensure they get the most out of their sponsorship dollars. With global sponsorship investment nearly $66 billion worldwide in 2018, brands should be open to ideas like partnership, better measurement and tracking, etc. Here is an excerpt from Jim's article:
Partnerize Business Development Director for EMEA, Ashley Wild has had an article published in Internet Retailer, outlining the ways retailers can flex their muscles and appear larger than life. If you're interested in learning ways to expand online sales through strategic partnerships with affiliate sites, publishers and even complementary retailers and brands, here is an excerpt from Ashley's article:
In a recent blog post, we unveiled our global study about retail partnerships, which was aimed at understanding the degree to which partnership is an important and growing segment of performance marketing for retailers, and what portion of sales and investment from business leaders it is driving. That post shared the methodology, sample details, and high-level results of the study. In this post, we will dig deeper into data on retail partnership strategy, looking at the key priorities for retailers when it comes to partnerships and the types of partner relationships that are driving business goals.
Partnerize is the leader in partnership automation. The AI-powered Partnerize Partnership Automation Platform delivers data-driven intelligence and industry-leading management tools that are essential for materially improving ROI from this fast-growing sales channel. The Partnerize platform has won more than two dozen awards including Best Technology at the International Performance Marketing Awards. The world’s leading companies, including 63 top retailers, 12 international airlines, 10 of the largest telecoms, and more than 200 other global brands rely on Partnerize’s platform to drive and manage more than $6B in partner sales and $500M in partner payments every year.