Part four has landed!! Who’s been with us all the way then? The affiliate marketing podcast is at the end of the four-part series where we dissected crucial points from our AMPLIFY summit. In this week’s episode, we’ll be exploring some of the most interesting topics that commonly get asked at affiliate events: Attribution Modeling and Partner Value in the Ecommerce industry.
If you’re not sure what attribution is or what it does or how to use it in your affiliate program, stay put because in this episode we’re diving deep into understanding where and how to get better value from your Ecommerce partners.
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Listen to find out more about: How to use your data sets to make the correct decisions
What you can do to fully utilise your affiliates
How publishers can be your best friend in your program
[05:00] – Listen to hear how cashback has evolved throughout the years [09:30] – Discussions begin on employee benefits and why they must be integrated into any business [17:00] – Hear what brands must be focusing on to help increase their own visibility and how they use cashback. [27:00] – The panel give their expert advice on what you can do to make your attribution model a success. Rate, Review & Subscribe on Apple Podcasts “I love AffiliateINSIDER’s Affiliate […]
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