Which PPC Network Wants Some Free Exposure?
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- Written on: May 21st, 2008
I have been working nonstop on Top Affiliate Challenge for months now. I have negotiated free hotel rooms, free high-tech prizes for challenges, free bandwidth for airing our show, free food for contestants, free transportation for contestants, free access, free cell phones, and a ton of other stuff that I can’t even remember.
So why is it so hard to get some credits from PPC companies like Google AdWords, Yahoo Publisher Network, or Microsoft? Emails have gone unanswered, insiders have intervened with their contacts on my behalf only to be stonewalled for a response.
These companies have no public phone numbers, no email addresses for sponsorship requests, and not even a single web page outlining their policies on sponsorships. I might be silly but I think giving 12marketers a few bucks in credits to drive traffic to their websites on Top Affiliate Challenge would be excellent exposure to a very desirable niche.
That’s what affiliate networks think anyway. I get an average of two calls a day now from various networks who either found Top Affiliate Challenge too late or reconsidered their previous “no” answer.what local businesses in Lincoln think too as they watch us negotiate exclusive TV and radio deals in the local market.
So folks, I need some help on this one. If you have a contact with a PPC company that would like to be a part of the biggest affiliate marketing event on the web this summer, have them email me at email@example.com.
If you are a PPC company reading this and perhaps I just haven’t talked to the right person in the right department, please provide me with the contact information I need to work out the details.
I noticed thathas stopped using Google AdSense to monetize videos in favor of another network named Pulse360. I have not done anything with them in the past, but maybe they are worth a look. Thoughts, suggestions and opinions are welcome.
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