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Admitad GmbH was founded on October 1, 2009. Its first version took 7 months to develop and the system was officially launched on March 1, 2010. Since then, we have gained extensive experience in the global market.
We cooperate with 1 681 advertisers worldwide, promoted by 777 128 publishers, with a total of 5 000 000 targeted visitors a day. Our monthly turnover growth is about 15-20%. We know the affiliate program segment inside out and are happy to share the latest insights on the key aspects of CPA marketing.
The prospects of expanding your business into a new country is an exciting one. Maybe your home market is not the perfect fit, or perhaps you’ve realized a great deal of success there and you’re ready to move outward. Ekaterina Vasina, the editor of the Admitad Academy, explains in the article for the Enterpreneur Middle East (p.54), what is important to know regarding cross-border promotion through affiliate networks and lists the main points to keep in mind before expanding.
E-commerce merchants need to be acutely aware of the devastating potential that fraud can have on one’s affiliate marketing efforts. An inability to recognize and combat it can cause advertisers to do business with unfair publishers who can damage their business. Admitad Quality Control Department by using recent examples of affiliate marketing fraud explains what is Internet marketing fraud and how dangerous it is.
China is a retail powerhouse, and the habits of its consumers affect retailers worldwide. The country accounts for 40% of the world’s retail e-Commerce, and Chinese shoppers commonly make purchases from international web sites, according to Daniil Silvestrov, Director of International Operations at Admitad.
To get a better idea of what the future holds for digital marketing with the introduction of GDPR, 150sec.com referred to a number of experts within the fields of online data and digital marketing, including Alexander Bachmann, the CEO of Admitad. Affiliate marketing is a data-centric industry and the impact that GDPR will have on it will go even outside of the EU.
The Head of GCC and MENA Operations at Admitad, Artem Rudyuk, has explained what international ecommerce businessmen need to consider to enter the Middle East market and also to boost their success in the MENA region. These key statistical findings will help advertisers to plan their CPA marketing and ecommerce activities in a cost-effective way and, also, to take informed decissions. Because knowledge is power.
Alexander Bachmann, the Founder and CEO of Admitad, discusses the main aspects of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which all American affiliate marketing players need to take into account while operating in the EU or working with its citizens. Companies now need to follow strict regulations regarding how personal data is processed, stored, and moved. European citizens now have the right to determine how their data is handled at any time. Affiliate marketing is a global game, and advertisers and publishers alike will need to change their processes in order to protect personal data.
We cannot imagine our lives without smartphones and computers while the technological market is still being saturated. The total number of devices is growing, new gadgets are produced and the number of devices per person is increasing too. It is becoming more and more difficult to get customers engaged and it is still more difficult to track them in the informational space. New technologies appear and tracking algorithms are improved. This article discusses the future of electronic commerce and how affiliate networks try to keep up with time.
Admitad announced the launch of an advanced tracking code that allows advertisers to more easily integrate advertisement performance tracking from multiple affiliate networks. It is called 'TagTag'. The tool introduces a variety of benefits, covered in the article. For example, using a variety of affiliate networks for advertising campaigns presents advertisers with the challenge of accurately tracking data from multiple channels. TagTag solves this problem by leveraging order attribution, which assigns orders to the correct publisher and the correct affiliate network.
Admitad launches TagTag, an enhanced tracking code enabling improved metric integration and solving a number of issues for affiliate marketers. Using a variety of affiliate networks for advertising campaigns presents advertisers with the challenge of accurately tracking data from multiple channels. TagTag solves this problem by leveraging order attribution, which assigns orders to the correct publisher and the correct affiliate network. TagTag also prevents the erroneous blocking of advertisements by browser extensions and anti-virus applications.
Admitad has recently announced the launch of TagTag, an advanced tracking code that will allow advertisers to more easily integrate advertisement performance tracking from multiple affiliate networks. TagTag will empower advertisers with more accurate tracking to make better-informed decisions about their advertising campaigns, as well as cost savings thanks to deduplication of data. More details on the new tracking code are covered in the article.