New & Notable Merchants: November 4, 2014

Course Hero is an educational technology company offering course-specific content, tools, and services to help students excel in their courses. Our resources consist of crowdsourced study documents, expert tutors, and customizable flashcards—all available 24/7.

We are impressed by Course Hero's large library of notes and study aids - they claim over 7 million documents - and the granular level of organization to the study aids.  A customer can break down documentation on the site both subject and school.  The wide range of available study materials gives Course Hero a strong national presence and reach, which translates to a large pool of potential customers for affiliates to tap in to.

Evereve is a women's clothing boutique that specializes in a personalized styling experience. The name Evereve means "life" and focuses on providing a superior fashion experience for fashion loving moms encouraging her to “Give life, then live it." Its mission is, "To empower every mom to be fully alive and to love the woman she is today." Everything from the curated merchandise to the in-store amenities is designed towards making shopping easy for busy women.

Evereve combines smart online conversion tactics with a brick and mortar built brand presence.  A nation wide store network gives a strong brand recognition lift the the Evereve site.  The Evereve site then offers a free shipping incentive on orders over $50, increasing average order amount of transactions.  Evereve then offers a free returns policy, which allows apparel shoppers to try on items without worrying about restocking fees.  Altogether, we believe this features will create a strong conversion affiliate program and attract attention from the mom lifestyle and fashion affiliates.

The NeatoShop offers high quality, in-house printed T-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts, kids and toddler shirts, baby onesies, posters, wall decals, mobile phone cases and more. We work with the web's best artists to curate best-selling designs on the Internet. 

We love the fact that NeatoShop has so many consumer facing conversion incentives, which affiliates can talk about and leverage to traffic on their sites.  NeatoShop offers free shipping world wide, and free shipping is consistently rated by consumers as the number one preferred conversion incentive. NeatoShop also offers frequent product discounts and promotions, which can be used to provide purchase incentive on both a product and a site level.

ArtistWorks is a leading provider of online music and art lessons, offering online video lessons for fine art and twenty-four instruments and genres including drawing, painting, guitar, drums, bass, piano, banjo, fiddle, harmonica, mandolin, dobro, percussion and skratching, through our patent pending Video Exchange™ platform. Members get access to hundreds of video lessons, plus the ability to submit practice videos to platinum selling, Grammy winning artists like Paul Gilbert, Nathan East, Tony Trischka, John Patitucci, DJ Qbert and many more.  

We are impressed with the range of musical instruments available for lessons through the ArtistWorks site.  Many sites in the music education space are very focused, usually on one instrument.  We believe that offering a broad selection of instruments and teachers will help ArtistWorks expand its consumer base by tapping into a larger pool of potential customers.

Pressy is a tiny button that connects to the headset jack of any Android smartphone. It then can be configured to perform dozens of differents tasks on the phone, and basically acts as a configurable shortcut button for the phone. Eevery sequence of presses on the button triggers a different action.

We love the fact that Pressy got its start through crowd source funding. This start is indicative of a high likely demand for their product, a simple, tactile button to operate specific features and apps on a smartphone.  We expect this product to do well with tech bloggers.

Posted on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 at 10:00:00 AM in #AffiliateResources
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