Msg#: 3529752 posted 9:02 pm on Dec 17, 2007 (gmt 0)
Recently my biggest CJ advertiser went to TradeDoubler. So I followed them over. I had never heard of TradeDoubler before this. Does anyone have any experience with them? They look like CJ just a different interface and have a higher minimum payout!
Msg#: 3529752 posted 10:47 pm on Dec 17, 2007 (gmt 0)
They're the #1 affiliate network in Europe, and are publicly-traded on the Swedish stock exchange (symbol is TRAD.ST, I believe). They've been trying to diversify into Pay-Per-Call, SEM (acquired BidBuddy/TheSearchWorks), ad networks and the like, but affiliate networking is still 80%+ of their busienss.
Msg#: 3529752 posted 6:49 pm on Dec 19, 2007 (gmt 0)
I´ve been using them for 4+ years. Very reliable and pay out in time. Better customer support than cj.com. Some problems I have experienced with TD. 1. You have to (at least did before) register all your website urls (but with and without www) otherwise they might hold your commission. 2. You may have to register accounts in different countries as they have different advertiser in different countries.
Msg#: 3529752 posted 9:14 am on Dec 24, 2007 (gmt 0)
2. You may have to register accounts in different countries as they have different advertiser in different countries.
Thanks. I saw this and in fact at first I created an account in my home country and then saw I need to create an account for my target country. It seems I might not need to create an account for each country I want to target as there is something called crossborder that let's you have one account for all the different countries you might be targeting.