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    Google Affiliate Network Launches User-to-User Forum
    Hello,

    We are pleased to announce the addition of user-to-user forums within the Google Affiliate Network Help Center. And we invite you to join the discussion!

    Our Help Center hosts a unique user forum where you can feel free to ask questions, share ideas, search for answers and talk to other Google Affiliate Network advertisers and publishers. This is not a moderated forum but we have "Google Guides" who may clarify factual errors and/or provide product help if required.

    Google Affiliate Network's adoption of the user-to-user platform is an example of the value of the ongoing integration with Google's powerful systems. The forum has an innovative interface, clear categories, and robust search capabilities. Since this is a user forum the content will only be as good as the questions that are asked so we encourage you to check it out.

    Thank you,

    Jamie

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    This is one of the things that I discussed with GAN at Summit and glad to see it in action already.
    Vinny O'Hare - OPM - Contact Info email: vinny at teamloxly.com ~ 702-582-6742 Twitter

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