Industry and Partner Content Roundup: September 14

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Welcome to our regular collection of partner content and industry insights! Do you have something you’d like to see here? Share a link in the comments, and we’ll review your timely and relevant content for inclusion in an upcoming blog post. In the meantime, enjoy the latest news and stories from around the web! Bargain Buys For Busy Mums: 10 Of The Best Places To Get Cheap Children’s Clothes

Oh, the horrors of braving a clothing store with kids in tow. ePN partner BB4BM understands how chaotic the process can be, especially when trying to be price conscious. BB4BM lends parents a helping hand by listing top online shops with the best deals on kids’ clothes, which is especially helpful as students head back to school.

Acceleration Partners: Key Stats from Affiliate Summit’s 2015 Benchmark Report

Our friends at Acceleration Partners summarize the results of Affiliate Summit’s Benchmark report, which provides insights on affiliate methods, preferences and strategies. AP highlights their top takeaways, including how affiliates drive traffic and what factors are most important when it comes to merchant selection.

Daily Turismo: Coffee Brake: What is Too Weird?

In the world of vintage cars, nothing beats having a rare ride.  But how far is too far – when does unique become perplexing? ePN partner Daily Turismo explores these boundaries with a look at a few… er… special rides, including a 3-wheeled 1960 Berkeley T60 found on eBay.

Spending Hacker: Save Money on Your Commute

The modern-day commute can be an expensive part of a monthly budget. In this quick guide, ePN partner Spending Hacker provides a few simple strategies for how you can make changes to your spending habits to save money on daily commuting expenses.

AdWeek: eBay Updates Mobile Apps for Simplified Buying and Selling

Ad industry publication AdWeek covers the revamp of eBay’s iOS and Android apps. Version 4.0 offers a more customized, personalized and simplified way for users to buy and sell items, including a redesigned dashboard. AdWeek looks at the new features, and points to a blog post by RJ Pittman, eBay’s chief product officer, which provides additional details.