TradeDoubler was founded by two Swedish entrepreneurs back in 1999. Since then the affiliate marketing giant has garnered over 2,000 world leading brands and over 180,000 publishers to promote their products.
TradeDoubler's industry-leading affiliate marketing solution enables affiliates to generate additional revenue from their website. TradeDoubler connects brands with publishers all over the world opening new revenue streams and delivering a clear ROI.
What are the Benefits of Being Affiliated with TradeDoubler?
TradeDoubler has one of the biggest offer catalog found in the market today.
How Much Does TradeDoubler Cost to Use?
For Affiliates TradeDoubler is free of charge.
Pricing Models Supported by TradeDoubler
TradeDoubler supports Revenue Share offers. Revenue Share is a pricing model in affiliate marketing that shares a percentage of the total amount of income generated by the sale of goods or services among the publisher and advertiser.
TradeDoubler supports CPS offers. Cost Per Sale (CPS) is the amount an advertiser pays for converting a sale. Cost Per Sale is calculated as follows: advertisement cost/number of sales = Cost Per Sale (CPS). As an affiliate, it represents the amount you will get paid for converting a sale for an advertiser in an affiliate program or network. CPS for affiliates is also sometimes mentioned as PPS (Pay Per Sale).
TradeDoubler supports CPL offers. Cost Per Lead (CPL) is the amount an advertiser pays for converting a lead. Cost Per Lead is calculated as follows: advertisement cost/number of leads = Cost Per Lead (CPL) As an affiliate, it represents the amount you will get paid for converting a lead for an advertiser in an affiliate program or network. CPS for affiliates is also sometimes mentioned as PPL (Pay Per Lead). The most commonly used CPL offers would be, email opt-in, but the pricing model is also used for free to play games, freemium software, and general customer leads.
TradeDoubler supports CPC offers. Cost Per Click (CPC), also known as PPC (Pay Per Click) refers to the actual price you pay as an advertiser, and earn as a publisher in a marketing campaign. While CPC models are mostly found within ad networks and general advertisement you can also find offers within affiliate networks. CPC has been a solid way to drive attention online since its very beginning, seeing the model growing alongside early internet companies and later championed by Google with there auction based CPC platform Adsense / Adwords.
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