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20 Useful Online Tools for Affiliate Sites

Creating your own affiliate site means that you Brainstorming tool This tool helps you plan and design the structure of your page, organize your Wireframes Editor Color Scheme Designer Color Scheme Inspiration CSS3 Button maker CSS Gradient Generator Aviary’s Image Editor http://www.bounceapp.com/ Adobe Browser Compatibility Checker Google WebFonts CNAME Lookup Content Duplication Check Privacy Policy […]


Help just got a lot more helpful

At EAN we love partners, and this drives us to constantly look for ways to improve the things we do for our partners. Over the past few months we have been investing in our Support model. We listened to your feedback and looked at how we delivered support and how we could make things better. […]


10 Tips for Your Travel Site: MozCon Edition + EAN at MozCon

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It’s a strong statement, but I’ll go ahead and say it – MozCon is the best intermediate/advanced inbound marketing search conference in the business. If you or someone on your staff does inbound marketing work, I highly recommend attending in 2013 if want to grow your unpaid traffic. OK, you didn’t come to this post […]


Affiliate Online Marketing Tips on Search Engine Watch

I am writing a series of articles for Search Engine Watch, focused primarily on the latest trends in online marketing and what affiliates can do to optimize their sites more effectively. I hope these articles help you grow your business, and if there is a topic you would like to see me write about in […]


Let’s get a room: new content to seduce customers

Earlier in April, EAN’s SEO Director Martin McDonald laid out what Google’s latest updates mean for affiliates. His advice was to “maximise both the quality and quantity of unique content being offered on your site. It’s important already, but will only get more so in future.” So where do you start with content? Think of […]


What affiliates need to know about Google’s Penguin update

Matt Cutts (the head of Google’s search spam team) raised eyebrows when he mentioned that Google would soon be rolling out an “over optimization” update to their algorithm to level the playing field between sites that build quality content, verses those using questionable optimization techniques to manipulate search results. Naturally, SEOs and site owners were […]