Howell, Nic
January 2007
New Media Age;Jan2007 Report Supplement, p13
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a survey conducted by E-consultancy regarding affiliate marketing in Great Britain in 2006. According to the survey, just over a third of affiliates are based in London, England and the South East. A stereotypical affiliate can be described as somewhat reclusive, single, middle-aged man at home, who may not even get fully dressed to go to work. With so many pursuing affiliate marketing as a side job, it is not surprising that there is a large disparity in earnings. Over half of all respondents earn less than �1,088 a year.


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