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  • mobile commerce and affiliates

    Do you think the rise of mobile commerce has increased profits for online affiliates, or are people less likely to click on website ads when they're surfing the web on their phones? Or has there been no effect?

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    if anything, i think mobile commerce has increased opportunities for online affiliates, because it allows people to spend more time online than they otherwise could have. i think people are just as likely to click on an enticing ad on their phones as on their computers.

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    • #3
      I think that the ads are more prominent on Phones so people do click on the ads on Mobile phones

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      • #4
        Mobile commerce sales hit $10 billion in the first half of 2013 and are predicted to reach $25 billion by the end of the year, according to the latest comScore report. Clearly as the money moves onto mobile, affiliate marketing won’t be far behind.

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