Top 5 Blog Posts from June 2015

by Bethany Adams on Jul 6, 2015 3:30:00 PM Miscellaneous

fiveThe month of June kicked off the beginning of summer, and warm days have brought beach vacations, barbeque celebrations, and busy schedules.

From flashing back to Bruce Jenner's NIMA appearance to how to use Instagram to drive traffic to your website, we have covered it all. Take a look at the top 5 blog posts from June 2015:

A glance back through the highs and lows of the DRTV industry provides comfort during the industry's current climate. 

2. How Three Brands are Harnessing Instagram to Drive Traffic
By: Stacy Goodman

The powerhouse that is Instagram is now providing even more opportunities for direct sales. Stacy Goodman of Curalate features three brands that are getting creative to drive their Instagram engagements, traffic, and revenue.

3. Bruce Jenner Brings Star Power to Annual Convention
By: Megan Becker

A throwback Thursday in honor of ERA's 25th anniversary flashes back to the 1994 Annual NIMA convention when Bruce Jenner was a guest speaker.

4. 5 Reasons Why Merchants Should Offer Discounts to Shoppers
By: Greg Sheppard

Recent data has shown the importance of coupons and good deals to the modern day shopper. Greg Sheppard of Affiliate Traction outlines five reasons why your brand should be utilizing coupons.

5. The Great Ideas Summit Heads to a New Location
By: David Martin

Have you heard the big news? The Great Ideas Summit is heading to sunny Orlando for 2016! Check out the highlights you can expect including the beautiful resort and morning runs with our membership guru. 

As we delve further into summer, we've got some exciting new content and events coming your way! Be on the lookout for new ebooks, blog contributors, and more information to fill up those busy or lazy summer days. 

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