Affiliate Marketing AIM & Twitter Contacts

Written by Zac Johnson
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How many times have you signed up for an affiliate network, and never talked to your affiliate manager outside of email? Another great scenario is when you attend a conference or event and meet up with someone, then afterwords you don’t have their email or any contact info. I’m sure it happens all the time, as it’s happen quite often to myself over the years. Wouldn’t it be great if you could get their AIM or Twitter contact information so you keep in contact with them, without hoping or waiting for an email response.

A few years ago, a site was created to help levitate the pain of not knowing the AIM contacts of others in the affiliate marketing industry. That site is AffAimList.com. While it may not list every contact and affiliate manager, it will likely list one person that can help  you find the person you are looking for. In addition to AIM contacts, the same concept has been created for Skype contacts.

Another new and useful resource is the AffTwitList.com, which lists a good amount of affiliate industry contacts currently using Twitter. It’s not as large of a list as AffAimList, but with time this list should grow. The site also automatically updates with the latest Tweets from anyone featured on the AffTwitList.

To add your account to the AffTwitList, simply send a tweet to twitter.com/afftwitlist.

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10 Replies to “Affiliate Marketing AIM & Twitter Contacts”

  1. Thats certainly useful!! I wonder how many IM contacts would it take before it would be too overwhelming to respond to all the incoming messages

  2. I just requested to be added to all of those (XY7.com Affiliate Manager). I've also asked for other XY7.com employees to add themselves too. Thanks for the heads up 🙂

  3. Very interesting concept. I wonder how well this works. I'm going to give it a try and see if it will help me stay more organized.

  4. Hey Zac… it's almost like you're psychic. I was looking for a way to get in touch with a lot of the affiliate networks contact people for a product I'll be beta launching sometime next month.

    This is what I've been looking for. Thanks alot, and if you're interested in taking a look at the product and beta testing it when I'm finished, let me know and I'll put you on the list.

  5. <a class="replyTo" href="#comment-96624" rel="nofollow">@Steven-Sanders:

    Hey Steven, glad you found the post useful. Sure, send me an email through the contact form when you are live.

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