5 Best Worldwide Affiliate Channels

 

If you are an online merchant, there are hundreds of affiliate channels you can work with, but which ones are the best?

Below you will find some of the best affiliate channels to be on in the world.

 

AWIN

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AWIN is one of the largest affiliate channels in the world. They have been growing their online business since 2000. AWIN works with more than 6,000 advertisers and 100,000 publishers out of 17 different locations. AWIN had more than 82 million sales in 2016.

AWIN feed specifications.

 

CJ Affiliate

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CJ Affiliate is another big name in online affiliate websites that started in 1998. Over the years, CJ Affiliate has grown to work with over 3,000 major companies. CJ affiliate provides users with powerful tools in an easy to use dashboard. This helps users have a better understanding of their ad campaigns and have more control over the next steps they take.

CJ Affiliate feed specifications.

 

ClixGalore

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ClixGalore is an online affiliate channel that offers several flexible solutions to clients. They have five different programs that cater to every kind of merchant. ClixGalore also provides several monitoring tools to track critical data.

ClixGalore feed specifications.

 

Rakuten Marketing

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Rakuten claims to be the largest affiliate marketing website on the internet. Founded in 1996, they have spread to 10 major countries, reaching millions of people per day. Rakuten offers many tools that allow clients to design personalized ads for customers on any device.

Rakuten Marketing feed specifications.

 

TradeTracker

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TradeTracker works with over 5,000 merchants and 250,000 publishers. They have expanded to 23 different countries, giving clients access to millions of people. TradeTracker also has an easy to use dashboard system, several useful tracking tools, and a quick payment system.

TradeTracker feed specifications.

 

 

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