A list of blogs dedicated to affiliate marketing
In affiliate marketing, you have to always be in the loop if you want to succeed. When it comes to keeping up with the time, the help comes from influencers — leaders of opinions, real professionals that share news and results in their blogs. We’ve compiled for you 8 truly interesting blogs that are definitely worth checking out.
1. Charles Ngo
A world-famous blog about affiliate marketing. Charles has been writing it since 2012, offering interesting articles and interviews with famous people.
2. John Chow
One of the biggest blogs, covering the entire affiliate market in general. John created his first blog back in 2005. Now, the website releases noteworthy articles almost daily.
The marketing director of an affiliate network Peerfly. Has been leading a blog about affiliate marketing since 2013, but started in the field all the way back in 2004. In his articles he explores currently relevant topics – right now, for example, he’s writing about push-traffic (check out our guide).
4. Missy Ward
One of the founders of the Affiliate Summit Corporation, a multimillion company that includes: a conference with the same name, an online-journal FeedFront, GeekCast podcasts, and an analytical resource Affstat.com. In her blog, she shares useful tips for those who work in partnership marketing or wants to try themselves in the industry.
The blog of a partnership network Mobidea, in the format of an online-school – apart from news of the industry, product reviews, and internet marketing services, it also features step by step tutorials with a selection of courses and guides for beginners.
Attila is a top affiliate, a member of the STM forum, an influencer. His blog features information that is exclusively work-related – big articles, manuals, and reviews.
A quality blog of the Rakuten Marketing partnership network.
8. Advidi Blog
The blog of the Netherland company Advidi. The partnership network specializes in dating and nutra, so the blog also features articles and learning materials on these verticals.