ShareBlossom: Internet Marketing goes Social?

ShareBlossom, Internet Marketing, Affiliate Marketing

Do you know what happens when internet marketing combines with Web 2.0 social networking?

I really don’t know and I wish I knew but a brand new site known as ShareBlossom may have the answer. ShareBlossom is touted to be the next big thing for internet marketing. Reports said that ShareBlossom will redefine relationships between advertisers and publishers (affiliate marketers) and ShareBlossom’s unique services are supposed to boosts results for both parties.

Where have I heard that before?

Anyhow, perhaps you can imagine ShareBlossom to be something like Facebook, connecting advertisers and publishers in a Web 2.0 social networking platform. Both parties can manage affiliate programs, links, monitor performance and sales at one place.

ShareBlossom sounds great so far and the news that says ShareBlossom will not impose any setup fees make it sounds even better for internet and affiliate marketers.

Michael Vorel of Vastplanet recently interviewed Chris Lai from ShareBlossom and I have the interview on video down below but it doesn’t really help you to understand what ShareBlossom is really about. Take a look if you like.

One thing for certain, ShareBlossom is currently looking for advertisers and publishers. Feel free to sign up if you are interested in taking advantage of ShareBlossom.
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