Apogee Live with Brian Littleton, CEO of ShareASale

Apogee Live with Brian Littleton, CEO of ShareASale

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ShareASale CEO Brian Littleton joined us for our first new session after our summer break, and if you missed us live, we have you covered right here.  Our Apogee Live sessions are video hangouts on the Zoom platform, and Brian opened the session with a song. A song that implies, for some reason, that we take bribes. I assure you, any bribes we take are only occasional, as the song says, and therefore okay1.

The 50+ minute session covers a range of topics related to ShareASale. Brian talks about the acquisition by Awin, the variety of tools available to affiliates (including the Things We Need to Fix page), changes to the ShareASale UI (past and present) and more. After the recording, Brian stuck around, as is tradition, to answer some questions off the record. If you’d like to join us for future Apogee Live sessions with upcoming guests (and get that same kind of access!) join our Facebook group to be notified of upcoming sessions.

The Apogee YouTube channel has the recordings for all of our Apogee Live conference calls.

  1. Acceptable bribes include meat, comic books, anything that will help Dexter sleep, and the Iron Throne made out of pencils.
Apogee Live with Brian Littleton, CEO of ShareASale

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Daniel M. Clark
Daniel M. Clark is the CTO for Apogee, the award-winning performance marketing agency. A resident of the internet since 1992, he speaks HTML, CSS, PHP and Python. Interests include application programming, process optimization, continuing education and long walks on the beach. He fixes whatever breaks at Apogee. Actually, he hates long walks on the beach. Beaches in general, for that matter.

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