“It's All About the Cookies… and brownies and pies and cakes….”
Since the 90’s, affiliate marketers have had a love affair with cookies – not the chocolate chip, or oatmeal variety – but the pieces of code that ultimately tracks affiliates’ sales and commissions earned.
These affiliate marketers are a diverse group. Some work part-time and earn enough to subsidize their income while others have created extremely lucrative businesses.
Ultimately, success is defined by the affiliates themselves.
To that end, I've asked affiliate marketers from around the globe to share their recipe for success and favorite cookie (or other yummy dessert).
The result is a business book filled with
mouth-watering recipes and thought-provoking insights learned on their road to success – an interesting read and a wonderful addition to your own kitchen.
Get Featured in It's All About the Cookies…
As of today, I found out that I still have more room to include additional recipes before we go to print. So, if you're an affiliate marketer, please consider submitting your recipe here: http://allaboutthecookies.com/submit-your-recipe/
A Big Round of Applause!
A tremendous amount of thanks goes out to all of the affiliate marketers and advertisers who have contributed to the success of this book.
I'd like to also thank Jen Goode, Doodler in Charge of JGoodeDesigns.com Mary Poiley, founder of InternetCareerHunt.com; and Jen Goode, and Neil duPaul, my fantastic assistant who helped make this project a reaility.
Supporting “Affiliate Marketers Give Back” Efforts
“It’s All About the Cookies” is being produced to help Affiliate Marketers Give Back (“AMGB”) efforts to raise money to support breast cancer research, treatment, awareness and community programs.
100% of the net profits will be donated to Team AMGB's 2011 Avon Walk for Breast Cancer. Since 2007, with the help of countless affiliate marketers, AMGB has helped raise over $245,000.00 to help #SaveTheBoobies through various fundraising efforts including 40 and 60-mile walks, silent auctions, not-so-silent auctions, corporate sponsorships and lots of (sometimes) goofy promotions.
This book is no exception.