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Discussion of the monetization of pop culture content through monitoring trends, buying relevant domains, creating sites quickly, and cultivating communities. …

Discussion of the monetization of pop culture content through monitoring trends, buying relevant domains, creating sites quickly, and cultivating communities.

Experience level: Beginner
Target audience: Affiliates/Publishers
Niche/vertical: Affiliate

Lisa Picarille, Consultant, lisapicarille.com (Twitter @LisaP) (Moderator)
James Keating, VP of Marketing & International, ShopWiki Corp (Twitter @jameskeating)
Tricia Meyer, Owner, Sunshine Rewards (Twitter @sunshinetricia)
Kim Rowley, Founder, Key Internet Marketing, Inc. (Twitter @kimarketing)

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    • 1. Affiliate Summit West 2011 Monetizing Pop Culture Content Tricia Meyer, MeyerTech, LLC, @SunshineTricia Kim Rowley, Key Internet Marketing, Inc., @KIMarketing James Keating, ShopWiki Corp, @JamesKeating Lisa Picarille, LisaPicarille.com, @LisaP
    • 2. Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.
    • 3. Agenda
      • Introductions
      • Identifying and Tracking Pop Culture Trends
      • Establishing Pop Culture Sites
      • Generating Content and Following
      • Monetizing Techniques
      • Shortcuts
    • 4. Identifying and Assessing Pop Culture Trends
      • Where Do You Find Them?
      • Types of Pop Culture
      • Is the Niche Worthwhile?
      • How Long Will the Trend Last?
      • Can You Capitalize Quickly?
      • Tracking the Trends
    • 5. Megasite v. Separate Niche Sites
      • One Domain Approach
      • Separate Domains
      • Pros and Cons of Each
    • 6. Generating Content
      • Original Content
      • Syndicated Content
      • News Content
      • Product Reviews
    • 7. Following Up
      • Newsletters
      • Forums
      • Facebook, Twitter, and Other Social Media
    • 8. Monetization Techniques
      • Products via Datafeed
      • Individual Product Reviews
      • Banner Ads
      • Adsense
      • ShopSense
    • 9. Shortcuts
      • PopShops
      • Skimlinks, VigLink
      • GoldenCAN
      • RSS Feeds of News
      • Blog Broadcasts as Newsletters
    • 10. Contact Information
      • Tricia Meyer
      • Twitter: SunshineTricia
      • [email_address]
      • Kim Rowley
      • Twitter: KIMarketing www.kimarketing.com
      • James Keating
      • Twitter: JamesKeating
      • [email_address]
      • Lisa Picarille
      • Twitter: LisaP
      • [email_address]
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