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Friday Podcast: Offline Promotion Strategies With AffiliateFamous’ Josh Smith

josh smithInternet marketer Josh Smith who blogs at AffiliateFamous.com, has a unique background, having operated an online retail operation while he was still in school, before dabbling in affiliate marketing in 2006.

In 2007, he divested his retail businesses, taking the plunge into affiliate marketing.

Along with his experience in operating a business, he’s also skilled at copywriting and has done a number of offline promotion campaigns to generate leads for his affiliate marketing efforts.

I invited Josh on the Friday Podcast to talk about his strategies in building up his retail business which sold products on eBay, Liquidation.com, Overstock, Amazon, and even flea markets.

Having to deal with physical inventory has taught him the importance of managing his cashflow and he shares a number of these techinques during the podcast.

He also talks about the business management aspects of starting and growing your online business, together with the related topics of his copywriting influences and various offline promotion campaigns he’s worked on (which he affectionately calls “Chaos Marketing”).

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2 comments on Friday Podcast: Offline Promotion Strategies With AffiliateFamous’ Josh Smith

  1. Josh Smith
    May 26, 2009 at 4:43 am (8 years ago)

    Thanks for having me on the podcast Andrew. It turned out good.

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