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Creating Effective Call to Action Links

When you're limited to 140 characters, there's no time to be coy. Giving people clear directions on what you want them to do, and what they'll get once they do it, will increase both clicks and conversions. We've got four tips that will help you increase interactions on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, or whatever social media platform you're targeting with your marketing.

Ask for the Click
Your mom always said if you want something, ask for it. The same is true with getting a click! Telling people to click, and why, will increase the number of clicks your links receive. When you're sharing a link, you'll want to limit the @handle and hashtag mentions. This will keep people who see your tweet focused on your link. Take a cue from our mainstream friends and be direct and sexy:

Ask for the Retweet
Get your followers working for you. Asking for a retweet can increase retweets (read: free advertising!) by as much as 300%. Offer a reason for people to retweet you. This could be getting you to post a great picture, to show they love your content, or just because they love you.

Ask for a Follow
Extend your influence by encouraging new users to follow your social media account. If your tweet is likely to be seen by a larger audience, ask them to follow you to stay connected, or to see more of the great content you're posting.

Ask for a Reply
Social media is not meant to be you standing on a hill yelling at people. Starting a conversation is one way to build loyalty between you and your followers. And loyal followers are more likely to click on your links and signup for your offers. Give people motivation to respond to your tweets and you'll start building up impressions, followers, click-throughs, and signups!


Want a Twitter Tune-up? We'd be happy to take a look at your current social media and offer suggestions on ways you can increase conversions. just visit us in Live Chat Support or drop us a line. We speak Tweet, and are social, too.


Email marketing with ClickCash

Email marketing is a great way to get your promotions to people interested in adult offers. ClickCash does allow you to market using email as long as:
  • Your marketing is in compliance with our posted T&C as well as our UCE Policy
  • Your emails are CAN-SPAM complaint and follow the anti-spam laws where your recipeints live
So what does that mean? Let's look at each of the bullet points to better understand them.

Compliance with the ClickCash T&C
The ClickCash Affilaite Marketing Agreement prohibits any type of marketing that:
  • Targets users under the age of 18
  • Misleads or misrepresents the user in any way about what iFriends is or what to expect
  • Offers users payment or incentive of any sort for joining iFriends
  • Is Spam, or otherwise unsolicited correspondence

Making your Emails CAN-SPAM compliant
No, this has nothing to do with that processed meat product your grandmother used to use in her fried rice. CAN-SPAM is the most important law to understand as an email marketer. If you violate the law, you'll be subject to fines and penalties from the US Government. Most countries have their own versions of the CAN-SPAM rules. We'll link to them below. We'll be focusing on the US version of this law. The most recent version can be downloaded via this link. Here's an overview of the main CAN-SPAM requirements:

  1. Use accurate header information. Your "From," "To," "Reply-To," and routing information - including originating domain name and email address - must accurately identify who initiated the message.

  2. Don't use tricky subject lines. The subject line must reflect the actual content of the message

  3. Identify the message as an ad. The law gives you a lot of leeway on how to do this, but you must clearly disclose somewhere that your message is an advertisement.

  4. Tell recipients where you’re located. Your message must include your valid physical postal address where you receive mail.

  5. Tell recipients how to opt out of receiving future email from you. Your message must include clear instructions on how the recipient can opt-out of future emails. This can be by email, or some other easy internet-based way to unsubscribe. Make sure your spam filter doesn’t block these opt-out requests.

  6. Honor opt-out requests asap. You must be able to process requests within 10 business days. You can't charge a fee, ask for more info, or make them take any other steps. You also cannot sell or transfer their email address. If you hire a company to help with your CAN-SPAM compliance, you can provide the email address to them.

  7. Watch what others are doing on your behalf. The law makes clear that even if you hire another company to handle your email marketing, you are still responsible with compliance with the law. So if that company violates the CAN-SPAM law, the FTC will fine both the company and you.
Mailchimp has a great list of links to anti-spam laws in other countries. Head over to their site to check it out!


Congratulations Taylor Stevens - Miss iFriends 2017!

After a month of voting, we're pleased to announce that TAYLORSTEVENS00 has won the Miss iFriends 2017 contest! Votes were cast all the way until the end of the contest for the top 20 models in the running. Congratulations, Taylor, and congrats to all the ladies who competed.

Be sure you're marketing the models who users love to visit. Here are the ladies who won 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place, as well as honorable mention:

2nd PLACE: BLUEYESDREAM-4U
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Promote BLUEYESDREAM-4U on Twitter!
3rd PLACE: AMANI_NIGHTS
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Promote AMANI_NIGHTS on Twitter!

HONOURABLE MENTIONS

Click any of the model screennames above to get more content to use in your marketing!



We're celebrating our 20th Anniversary this September!

To honor two decades of affiliate marketing, ClickCash is giving you bottomless cash bonues. The more sign-ups generated by affiliates this September, the more cash we give away. We're also giving away a $200 cash prize to one grand prize winner!

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This week, Google announced two upcoming changes related to mobile search results. One is pretty innocuous. Google will remove the "mobile friendly" designation for websites that pass its mobile-friendly test. The other targets mobile marketers.

Starting January 10, 2017, Google will begin to penalize websites that have what it considered to be "intrusive pop-up ads."

They describe these as ads that meet some of the following criteria:

  • Showing a popup that covers the main content, either immediately after the user navigates to a page from the search results, or while they are looking through the page.
  • Displaying a standalone interstitial that the user has to dismiss before accessing the main content.
  • Using a layout where the above-the-fold portion of the page appears similar to a standalone interstitial, but the original content has been inlined underneath the fold.
Here are the examples that Google provided of interstitials it says makes content less accessible:
In contrast, Google says these interstitials - when used responsibly - will not be penalized:

  • Interstitials that appear to be in response to a legal obligation, such as for cookie usage or for age verification.
  • Login dialogs on sites where content is not publicly indexable. For example, this would include private content such as email or unindexable content that is behind a paywall.
  • Banners that use a reasonable amount of screen space and are easily dismissible. For example, the app install banners provided by Safari and Chrome are examples of banners that use a reasonable amount of screen space.
Here are some examples that Google provided of interstitials that it says will not lead to penalties:


So what's that mean for you? This new rule is mobile-specific. Google will rank your page lower if it contains interstitials described above as bad. If you're targeting search engine mobile traffic, we recommend reading Google's new policy. This may help you decide whether to add those new marketing popups or not to your site. Click the button below to review Google's post on this new policy.




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