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AffStat Special Report: Women in Affiliate Marketing

by Missy Ward in Affiliate Marketing   &     2 Comments



The AffStat Special Report:  Women in Affiliate Marketing 2011  is now available for free at http://affstat.com/. The report can be viewed online or downloaded.

Over 300 companies were surveyed regarding women’s involvement in their affiliate marketing businesses for this Affiliate Summit AffStat Special Report.

The AffStat Special Report: Women in Affiliate Marketing 2011 contains survey data from nearly 300 companies and features charts on the industry overall along with segmented data on affiliates, merchants, affiliate networks, cpa networks, technology providers and more.

Feel free to use material from the report in blog posts, presentations, etc. Just reference that the information came from the AffStat Special Report: Women in Affiliate Marketing 2011.

AffStat Special Report: Women in Affiliate Marketing 2011

Below are the questions covered in the AffStat Special Report: Women in Affiliate Marketing 2011:

  1. How would you categorize your company?
  2. How many employees are in your company?
  3. What percentage of employees are women?
  4. Is your company owned by a woman; in part, in whole or not at all?
  5. What percentage of female employees in your company are in management positions (including all affiliate managers, etc.)?

Get your free copy of the AffStat Special Report: Women in Affiliate Marketing 2011 http://affstat.com/.

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Missy Ward

Co-Founder & President at Affiliate Summit, Inc.
Missy Ward has been in affiliate marketing since 1999. She is the Co-Founder of Affiliate Summit, FeedFront Magazine, GeekCast.fm, itsaWAHMthing.com; the Co-Publisher of Revenews.com, Founder of AffiliateMarketersGiveBack.com and manages many of her own affiliate sites. If she's not making money through affiliate links on the post you're currently reading, it's an oversight on her part and it will be corrected soon.

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1 Missy Ward August 1, 2011 at 9:46 am

Like Rae, I’m a huge Thesis fan. I have the developer version and use it on dozens of my sites. I can’t imagine using anything else.

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2 Robert July 29, 2011 at 7:00 am

Saw your interview on the Sugarrae site and thought I would see the work that you have been involved with. Am thinking about porting across to a Wordpress based site from Blogger and have had developer meetings with a local designer. The trade off is going for a Thesis theme or other type platform vs getting a bespoke design.

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