A Small Change In Direction!

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It can’t have escaped your notice that I’ve not been updating this blog as often in recent months. Not only have I been very busy immersing myself in all things Google Panda, but I’ve been finding solely concentrating on being an affiliate has become a little one dimensional for me. I still love being an affiliate and working on my sites but have been feeling the need to add another string to my internet bow.

An Exciting Announcement

I’ve been thinking about this for several months and have decided to take the plunge and make the exciting return to my affiliate management roots. Therefore I’m excited to introduce my new Australian business Venture, Blue Indian Affiliate Management.

When I first arrived in Australia I really didn’t feel that there was a lot of scope for offering such a service as there wasn’t a huge number of well developed merchants and the networks weren’t exactly crash hot either. However with improvements in existing networks such as Commission Monster, and new arrivals on the scene DGM and the soon to be launched Commission Factory and my own increasing awareness of some strong ecommerce offerings I think the time is right to offer some real affiliate expertise to the market here.

Given time I think it could be a scalable business for me and a great opportunity to share my passion and expertise about all things affiliate. Initially though my plan is to find myself a very small number of clients and use my experiences with them to work out just how such a business could be effectively scaled with an eye on both high quality and good profitability for everyone concerned.

Generally speaking this will be an Australian targeted business, but of course if any of you UK chaps are interested in having a chat about procuring one of the small number of spots available for my affiliate management services do please drop me a line via kirsty at blueindian.com.au

Hopefully a new project will give me back that injection of enthusiasm for this blog and help me feel more connected with the affiliate scene. I’m definately more excited about this new challenge than I have been for quite some time – a very good sign!

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10 Responses to “A Small Change In Direction!”

  1. Elaine Says:

    Wishing you all the luck in the world, Kirsty – but with your enthusiasm, knowledge and sparkling personality I’m sure you’ll be a success.

  2. Kirsty Says:

    Thanks Elaine, much appreciated!

  3. Chris Says:

    Good luck Kirsty, will look forward to hearing more…!
    So that affiliate marketing manager handbook you read got you all inspired again eh?!

    Excellent :)

  4. Jill Says:

    Good luck with this new venture! I’m sure it will be a success for you!

  5. Gary Says:

    Good luck Kirsty! All the best in your new exciting venture. I may cross the pond one day and need your help with some merchant programs running Voucher/Coupon codes if this is something you will also be incorporating.

  6. High Tops Says:

    Sounds fantastic, we wish you the very best of luck. Will definitely be keeping up to date so that we can join you when your UK offering is up and running. You have a lot of support here and we are always willing to help if we can.

  7. Kirsty Says:

    Thanks everyone – I’m very excited about the new project. Lots to think about :)

    Gary – I’m sure I’ll be able to help.

    You should all start looking for Australian domains now I reckon. The serps over in OZ are absolutely wide open and there’s some absolutely topping merchants!

  8. marc Says:

    hey Kirsty,

    best of luck with the new venture. On a related note, how easy/difficult is it for someone to register a .com.au domain without them living in Oz?

  9. Josh webb Says:

    Best of luck Kirsty, Love the ‘No Bullshit Gaurantee’

  10. Steven Says:

    Best of luck Kirsty. Only recently came across this blog. Hope you’ll still find time to keep the great content rolling.

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