AF operates on a pay on performance basis, giving our advertisers a low risk environment to grow their online business with the ability to achieve an excellent ROI. Founded in 1999, AF has been around since the dawn of affiliate marketing. Affiliate Future was built on the foundation to provide its clients with a cost effective way of generating new business. Being at the affiliates future of performance based marketing AF is in the best position to understand this channel enabling us to optimise our clients programmes, connecting clients to the right businesses at the right time.
We provide you with all the tools you need to succeed. The AF Dashboard shows all top line information so you can keep track of revenue growth. The reporting of our conversion applications through the Affiliate Future interface is simple and accurate and we look forward further successes together this year. Their excellent service and tracking capabilities have been critical in Yieldify’s delivery of the highest quality campaigns for dozens of our clients. We are looking forward to working with them to drive an even more successful 2015!
We find all the members of staff are extremely helpful whatever the problem may be. At AF we pride ourselves on the personalised services we provide and our sector specific account managers are highly trained to guide you all the way. AF have been integral in delivering such significant year-on-year growth. 6 months of the programme going live on AF. We continue to see very positive results whilst working closely with the AF team, who are very quick to address our queries and provide support where necessary. Our affiliate campaigns are now recognised as a key sales and performance channel for the business.
AF has always had a strong offering in the travel sector and we are looking to continue this growth in 2015, supported by our specialist travel account management team. What is the future of affiliate marketing? With Taboola your content appears on top websites worldwide. Taboola promotes your website on top sites driving high-quality traffic and engagement with native ads. The feedback you provide will help us show you more relevant content in the future. It’s a very broad question, and I believe you won’t get a direct reply to it.
People can only guess and try to make predictions based on past experience. The main reasons for publishers to fail is lack of experience, low budget for tests, and that general, overwhelming fear of exploring new niches. It being that they’ve got super high expectations at the beginning, many new publishers get disappointed by the first results, which will often be negative, and simply give up. Even so, they should never forget that they’re not losing money but investing in experience.