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Admitad

Product / Service Description:

Admitad is a global network of Cost-per-Action affiliate programs, that provides advertisers with reliable sources of sales and enables publishers to create new business models for the traffic monetization. Admitad has been in the market since 2009 and today has a presence in 7 countries worldwide. It works with 1700+ advertisers and 700, 000 + publishers. Everyday over 8,000, 000 visitors are redirected to advertisers' websites via Admitad partners.

Product / service innovations in the last 12 months

• Mobile SDK • Cross-device & Cross-browser • Cookieless tracking • Express Payments with 0% commission • Innovative tracking code “TagTag” • Enhanced security Integration with Google Ads • Big Report 2017/2018 with a special focus on new trends in e-commerce

What is the difference between competitive solutions?

Key points for Admitad clients are to be mentioned: 1) Full transparency regarding ad placement for brand protection, including manual publisher vetting and financial reporting. 2) Affiliate marketing training: In 2017, in order to raise awareness of affiliate marketing industry, we launched “Admitad Academy” to share our analytics and knowledge with our publishers and advertisers. 3) Our individual and client-centered approach provides our clients with industry expertise by our professional team of account managers, who are available 24/7 to discuss your campaign and provide advice.

Additional info:

For more insights, check out the Admitad Report on the cross-border trade presenting the results of Admitad’s activities at the Chinese and Indian markets . According to the presentation data, the income of Chinese shops obtained through Admitad network amounted in 2017 to $500 million, and the volume of cross-border sales in India exceeded $18 million, an increase of 14 times compared to the previous year. Admitad Annual Report 2018\2019 will be available soon. Stay tuned at admitad.com !


 

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