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How Affiliate Marketing Sidesteps Ad Blocking

Affiliate marketing is when a publisher drives traffic to an ecommerce site in return for commission if those visitors take a specific action within a set time. Many times the traffic comes from publishers, and sometimes from Amazon, eBay and other marketplaces. A search or a click on a retail or publisher's site will trigger the on-site ad, which as search marketers know has moved from a mostly text media to text and images. Jack Simpson believes it's one way to circumvent ad blocking on publisher sites. He details how it works, and offers up tips on using the media during the holiday season. 

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  1. Craig Mcdaniel from Sweepstakes Today LLC, November 23, 2015 at 4:54 p.m.

    We have been doing text and image for 12 years.  We have published over 55,000 sweepstakes and contest on that gives contents about the advertisers promotion and also gives the reader the link to the advertisers website and promotion.  The image is active but is more for show.

    If you would like to know more, contact me.
    Craig McDaniel

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