Posts by Sarah V. Bundy

About Sarah V. Bundy

Sarah is an Internet Marketing Specialist with over 12 years of sales and marketing experience. She has been a top performer for more than a dozen multimillion dollar corporations in her lifetime, won multiple awards for sales and service throughout her career. As the CEO of All Inclusive Marketing Inc. Sarah now leads a team of highly skilled internet marketing specialists. As an affiliate advocate and founder of the AIM Group, Sarah believes in ethical pricing, integrity in business and that energy and persistence conquer all things.

6 Ways Coupon Affiliates Can Make Your Holiday Sales Bigger

Coupons Save Money

Over the years, I’ve worked with a lot of different affiliates. Coupons, daily deals, search, social, datafeed, mobile, newsletter and even offline to name a few. In the past, I’ve shared some thoughts that might turn people away from working with coupon affiliates. However, there are some really important reasons to work with the right groups of […]

Top 10 Affiliate Marketing Predictions: What to Look for in 2012

Predicting 2012

I’ve been watching very closely the trends in eCommerce and affiliate marketing and have put together my predictions for what we’ll see in 2012 and beyond. 1. Affiliate Marketing 3.0 is Born As 2011 came to a close, we saw a record in the number of cross-platform and cross-channel sales that defined eCommerce last year. […]

12 Ways to Pick The Best Affiliate Programs

Although affiliate marketing has become exceedingly more competitive over the last couple of years, the industry in itself still hasn’t lost its lucrative appeal. The performance based model of affiliate marketing makes this particular channel less risky from a cost perspective for advertisers thus, more merchants are joining.  With thousands, if not hundreds of thousands […]

The 10 Internet Marketing Channels Crucial to Your Success in 2011

When I talk to people outside the industry and ask them how they define internet marketing, I usually hear one of two things: Those ads that appear when you do a Google search, or It has something to do with Facebook, right? Internet marketing is much bigger than Google and Facebook. To reach their target […]