An affiliatenetwork is an intermediary that connects publishers (affiliates) and merchant affiliate programs. It enables website publishers to conveniently locate and take part in affiliate programs which are ideal for their websites (and thus earn from such programs) and offers a wider audience to websites offering affiliate programs (usually online merchants) for the promotion of their affiliate programs through the publishers in the affiliate network. Conventional affiliate networks make it possible for merchants allocate publishers a share of any earnings generated by the merchant from visitors to the publisher's website, or a fee for each visitor that takes a particular action on the publisher's site (e.g., making a purchase, subscribing to a newsletter, etc.). In contrast to the fee-per-action model, most merchant programs have a revenue-sharing model. Services and benefits for affiliates can include making it easier for them to participate in one or more merchant affiliate programs, availability of reporting tools, access to product API's as well as payment aggregation. For the merchants, affiliate network services and benefits may include the use of tracking technology, availability of reporting tools, processing of payments, and access to several publishers. In terms of membership, affiliates usually join affiliate networks free of charge. The same is not the case for merchants. Conventional affiliate networks might charge a maiden setup fee and/or periodic membership fees. Most affiliate networks charge merchants a percentage of the commissions due to affiliates. This is referred to as an 'over-ride' and is added to whatever the affiliates earn a commission. Affiliate networks are also cautious about new affiliates with no previous experience or connections in the industry because of the several cases of people attempting to con the affiliate network. Also, the latest advancements in technology have provided several tools capable of helping affiliate networks to check cyber fraud more effectively. Affiliate Marketers can also affiliate directly with major companies since they may be operating affiliate programs on their websites.
Admitad Lite is an affiliate network that brings publishers and advertisers together under one forum and helps them cooperate. It assists both parties by providing technical support, training, and consultancy services as well as monitoring the quality of the affiliates’ output, offering analytical and other tools. The company has offices in nine countries, IN Europe, Asia, and South America.
Services offered by AdmitadLite
Admitad Lite is an affiliate network, i.e., an intermediary between the advertisers (companies that want to place their advertisements on the internet) and the publishers (owners of websites, blogs, specialists in contextual advertising, etc. who are ready to place advertisements on their ad spaces and attract visitors to the advertisers’ websites).