New business models for News: Affiliate Marketing in the Year of the (individual) Journalist

January 3, 2009 by  
Filed under Delicious, Journalists, Online

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  • If the news business model is broken, and 2009 is the year of the (individual) journalist – read Andy Dickinson – then will this be a new business model for the individual journalist? And will hackles be raised at the ethical implications for the “unbiased” news media?

    “to make money in a world saturated by media, marketers need your help getting attention for their goods. Attention – eyeballs, ears, minds – is one of those intangible things that has huge value to companies needing to sell stuff. One of the quickest ways to start making money … is to do affiliate marketing. “

Originally from my auto-posting daily Delicious links, I have cut this back to just the link I have added comment to. This is in preparation for a blog redesign, where I no longer want posts titled “links for YYYY-MM-DD”. A live stream of Delicious links will also always be available in a sidebar widget and/or stand-alone page.

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One Response to “New business models for News: Affiliate Marketing in the Year of the (individual) Journalist”
  1. Tanay says:

    There are numerous ways to make money through Affiliate Marketing even if you dont have yur own website.
    1) Answer in answering sites
    2) Forum Posting
    3) Blog Commenting
    4) Squidoo lens
    5) Bookmark and Tagging
    6) Social Marketing Sites

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