Affiliate Marketing or Performance Marketing to some is one of the gems of the digital marketing sector. Here at Bright Digital Minds our affiliate services are split into to two. Firstly the strategy behind campaigns and tying your business objectives in with your affiliates. We'll work with your current sales and marketing teams to ensure things 'work'. Secondly we get our hands dirty and can run the day to day management of programmes.
At Bright Digital Minds we become your digital support team, providing you with experienced man hours to sit around your current skills. Whether your business isn't ready for a full-time member of staff in a particular area or you'd simply like some additional administration help our account managers can help.
Bright Digital Minds has experienced staff and a set of external consultants to bring to clients to work on their strategic approach. Our consultancy team have experience of working with clients and budgets of all sizes - new business to multi-million pound spends.
Just last week, the UK Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) UK sought to clarify the blurred lines surrounding advertorial features in blog posts. The memo warned that blog publishers could be found to be breaking the law if they receive payment in return for positive reviews or comments about a product or service, and do not […]
Every day people Pin about 1.5 million places, and now there are more than 750 million Pins of these destinations on Pinterest. Pinterest have now taken the first step towards helping people turn their travel inspiration into reality with Place Pins. Place Pins have been designed to combine the beautiful imagery of a travel magazine […]
According to new data released by Paid On Results, in the first year of running an active affiliate programme, small to medium-sized enterprises (SME) retailers can expect to see sales grow by 10%. This suggests that it is a worthwhile and low-risk investment for companies to take. Paid On Resluts have analysed the sales data of its […]
Social Media Giants Pinterest are renowned for their anti-affiliate stance. Even following a cash injection from parent company Rakuten – who own the Linkshare affiliate network – Pinterest does not seem likely to change their tack. Pinterest has removed Amazon affiliate links, blocked certain tracking URLs including Google Analytics UTM codes, and even declared Linkshare […]