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Admitad was founded on October 1, 2009. The platform under the same name was officially launched on March 1, 2010, after 7 months of development. Admitad cooperates with over 1 600 advertisers, with their websites and mobile apps attracting more than 5 000 000 targeted hits from over 578 700 publishers daily.

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How passive is passive income when using affiliate marketing?

StartupBeat, a Top 100 US tech blog syndicated on Google News, published an article featuring Alexander Bachmann, CEO of Admitad. Alexander discusses how he sees the industry changing with the introduction of AI/ML technologies. He stated “Machine learning is an evolving technological trend, a step towards artificial general intelligence. We are already witnessing artificial narrow intelligence (ANI) designed to perform some narrow tasks. As affiliate marketing is moving towards optimization of multiple simple processes, personification and digitalization, AI/ML can change this industry and change the whole industry of affiliate marketing and online advertising.”

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Source: startupbeat.com

How WhatsApp Can Optimize For Ecommerce

Irina Kachesova, Chief of Special Projects and Alexey Sinelnikov, Account Manager of Special Projects, Admitad, have co-created an article to show how the most popular messeger WhatsApp, with 1.5 billion monthly users, can optimize for e-commerce.

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Source: martechseries.com

Cookie Blocking: What Marketers Should Know About the New Safari Update

Cookies are traditionally used for not only tracking users’ actions for CPA platforms but also for authorization. The new Safari is going to have a block all cookies button, which means that the user will not be able to login to websites that use authorization cookies. Admitad discusses the pros and cons of this approach along with its prospective impact on the affiliate marketing industry.

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Source: performancein.com

Understanding Affiliate Marketing Can Help You Grow Beyond Your (Current) Borders

The prospects of expanding your business into a new country is an exciting one. But before taking on the challenges of breaking into a new market, it’s important to have two very important things figured out: that users in that country are potentially interested in your products, and no less important, that your company possesses all facilities to do it. Ekaterina Vasina, the Content Editor, Admitad Academy, explains how to expand your business beyond the current borders with the help of affiliate marketing.

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Source: www.entrepreneur.com

How to Build Trust Over Time for Your Affiliate Network

Alexander Bachmann, the founder and CEO of Admitad, in his article, shares with readers some of the most important things about building trust within the affiliate network. On the basis of the extensive industry experience, Alexander has collected a number of invaluable lessons many of which are very useful both for experienced affiliate marketers and for those who just start their career in this field. With the Admitad experts in various fields, Alexander represents a multi-angle approach to building trust over time for the affiliate network.

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Source: mthink.com

Expand Your Reach: Understanding how affiliate marketing can help you grow beyond your (current) borders

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.

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Source: issuu.com

Internet Marketing Fraud and How Admitad Combats It

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. 

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Source: mthink.com

China Accounts For 40% Of Global E-Commerce, But It’s A Tough Market For Non-Chinese Retailers

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

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Source: www.retailtouchpoints.com

GDPR And The Future Of Digital Marketing

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.

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Source: 150sec.com

What Ecommerce Merchants Need to Consider Before Entering The Middle East Market

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.

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Source: multichannelmerchant.com

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