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BigMouthStrikesAgain.fm – Brian Littleton: Don’t Sing Us The Song of the Piano Man

by Missy Ward in BigMouthStrikesAgain.fm   &  , , ,   2 Comments


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My guest today is Brian Littleton, one of the sharpest and most humble online marketers that I know. He is the CEO of ShareASale, a Chicago-based provider of e-commerce tracking and affiliate management solutions.

Brian is known for being a crusader of fair affiliate practices for many years; he'll tickle the ivories to entertain friends and business associates on command; and has to be one of the top ten most eligible bachelors in the affiliate marketing industry.

In this podcast, Brian talks about:

  • What he was doing before he founded ShareASale and how he came up with the idea for the company.
  • Some of the hurdles he's had to overcome as the company grew.
  • Protecting the rights of affiliates and merchants alike, even if it means walking business.
  • Affiliate Marketing trends and tips for new folks getting into the industry.
  • Where he sees ShareASale heading in the future.
  • Affiliate marketing's biggest problems today.
  • What he would be doing if he wasn't doing what he's doing now 🙂
  • The song that he wish he'd never have to play on the piano again.
  • … and so many other juicy tidbits about him…
  • Listen to BigMouthStrikesAgain.fm above, on GeekCast.fm, or download to iTunes.

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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 ML Vanessa September 8, 2009 at 10:05 pm

    You've described him well… Honest, hard working, humble… I'd say those are great qualities for an eligible bachelor in our industry 🙂


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