Long Course Weekend Mallorca from €30/night – Hotels Viva, Spain

Enjoy the Long Course Weekend in Mallorca for the first time. A Whole Sport weekend with 3 disciplines (swimming, cycling and running) in 3 days from €30/night with Hotels Viva, Spain.

-Offer valid for stays from 3rd to 5th November 2017.

Geldig tussen 2017-10-11 en 2017-11-03

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Halloween from 76 € person/night with All Inclusive – Hotels Viva, Spain

Book your stay during Halloween Week at Hotels Viva, Spain, from 76 € person/night.

-3 nights minimum stay
-Offer valid for accomodations from 28th October to 04th November 2017.

Geldig tussen 2017-09-25 en 2017-11-04

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Special Offer from 117 €/night – Viva Eden Lago, Spain

Book your stay at hotel Viva Eden Lago from 117 €/night in Majorca, Spain. This quiet setting next to Lake Esperanza, together with its facilities and staff, makes the Viva Eden Lago the ideal place for a family holiday.

-Valid for bookings and stays until 9th September 2017.

Geldig tussen 2017-08-31 en 2017-09-09

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Beach-front holidays from €59 per person per night – Vanity Hotel Golf & Spa, Puerto de Alcudia, Spain

If you prefer to travel child-free, we have just the offer for you. Enjoy the spectacular setting of the Vanity Hotel Golf, in Puerto de Alcudia from €59 per person per night

– Valid for all room types
– Valid until 31st May, 2017

Geldig tussen 2017-04-06 en 2017-05-31

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Let the 2017 Performance Marketing Awards hear from you


Affiliate Window started 2016 with three clear goals in mind; help publishers better demonstrate their value, enhance advertiser’s understanding of the channel and make it easier to access and utilise the network’s vast amounts of data.

These objectives have been front of mind for the last year and have seen Affiliate Window enhance its tools, grow the adoption of alternative payment models and strengthened the industry’s understanding of how modern day shopping behaviour is impacting the affiliate channel. We hope this has struck a chord with all of our clients and that it will help when deliberating over your choices at this year’s Performance Marketing Awards.

Publishers are the lifeblood of affiliate marketing and they have diversified immensely since the industry’s inception more than a decade ago. It’s no longer enough to just have a website, publishers are required to understand how to use affiliate links across social channels and how to convince advertisers that their value is under represented by a last click model. We therefore leant our voice to the publisher cause in highlighting that rewarding for influence is more than paying on assists and that the average Christmas shopper was hugely swayed by influence and persuasion. There were in excess of 2,000 influence payments throughout the year, demonstrating that publishers are starting to be recognised for their true value. The personal experiences of publishers using the Opportunity Marketplace also served as a reminder to the industry that publishers can successfully set the terms under which they do business. It was hugely encouraging to see that publishers who used the Marketplace had on average a 38% higher CPA rate.

The most impactful event of last year was the evolution of Affiliate Window’s global cross device tracking alongside a suite of enhanced reports and fascinatingly, a never seen before review of cross device shopping behaviour. Some conclusions were expected such as “smartphones influence more than they convert” but there were considerably more notable ones in seeing that “content publishers benefitted disproportionally to incentive publishers for cross device shopping.” The year drew to a close with 100m+ global profiles created and the agreement of 99.9% of Affiliate Window’s clients to embrace cross device sales. Determined to challenge the industry even further, Affiliate Window took to the stage at London PMI 2016 to discuss Where is Affiliate Marketing Heading? The outcome of some radical ideas were explored in detail and solutions were offered to advertisers seeking to diversify their range of publishers and fend off the impact of future macro and micro influences to the industry.

The enhancements to tracking created an increased understanding of shopping behaviour but also made possible the sharing of new insights. Affiliate Window tracks a lot of data but without context, it has little value and even less meaning. The goal to make network data accessible and interactive came to fruition with the release of Public Interactive Reports which ranged from Sector benchmarking for SMEs right through to monthly mobile commerce updates. The culmination of the network’s data efforts came in November where our live data visualisation site helped bring to life the 24hr story of an average Black Friday consumer. It was the first time that what is generally perceived as a complex industry was able to share a story completely relatable to the general public and by consequence grew the reputation of affiliate marketing.

A network is only ever as good as its clients and none of the achievements of 2016 would have been possible without the support of our advertisers and publishers. We’re thrilled to see many of them shortlisted for the PMA’s this year and we wish you all good luck. A big congratulations must also go to Topshop (Best Brand Engagement), The Hut Group for Lookfantastic (Best Influencer Campaign), BT & John Lewis (Best Managed and best in Telco/Retail respectively) and last but by no means least Topman & Vouchercloud (Most Creative Campaign).

The industry continues to evolve at pace and creating an environment in which new affiliate marketers can prosper is a subject close to all of our hearts and one that Affiliate Window will always remain committed to. Our progress this year has been hugely encouraging and bringing new clients to the industry such as one major airline and Wayfair offers great reassurance that affiliate marketing still has room for growth. Winning the Network of Choice Award would be a vote of confidence for all that we stand for, from an industry that we believe in and are hugely passionate about.

If you’d like to vote for us this year, you can do so here.


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One week on from the IAB’s First Performance Affiliate Conference

tabletOn Wednesday January 25th, The IAB hosted it’s first ever Performance Affiliate Conference showcasing a range industry of panels, talks and insights.

Set within the walls of London’s British Museum, this milestone event not only demonstrated how much the affiliate channel has grown, but perhaps more importantly, how seriously it is now viewed by the wider channels.

The free event hosted an action-packed agenda with brand speakers taking to the stage throughout the day. The first session was a sponsors’ panel introduced by The IAB’s Head of Industry Programmes, Clare O’Brien and chaired by The IAB’s ex-CEO, Guy Phillipson. Steve Wilson of BT followed by sharing a client’s view of the industry and responding to those criticisms often faced within the industry, stating: ‘we need to bust the myths around lack of incrementality in the Affiliate channel’.

Ido Padani, CCO of Maple Syrup Media continued discussions after the first break of the day, expressing how important it is to understand engagement, followed by fireside chats with Tesco and Saltrock. Talks from Lloyds and the co-founder of Secret Escapes followed, complemented by speaker sessions from Quidco and Intu. PwC also gave an overview of how the UK is continuing to drive digital marketing adoption.

After the lunch break, the second half of the day saw installments from more traditional publishers, as VoucherCodes.co.uk’s, Claire Davenport explained how to survive disruption and a second fireside chat got underway with Russel Carter, Head of Content Commercialisation at Trinity Mirror and Jo Holdaway, Chief Data Officer at ESI Media

 who detailed how traditional publishing works with commercial models built on digital only.

Affiliate originals and entrepreneurs, Duncan Jennings of Hoop, Sri Sharma of Increasingly and Leo Harrison of Squawka, drew the day to a close as they each told a story of how they built their successful publisher businesses before selling and moving on to new ventures; discussing why it has become such a mainstay of the digital marketing economy and sharing their views of how the industry will be shaped in the future.

You can begin to see some video’s from the day here, including the BT presentation and the publisher fireside chat.

Affiliate Window’s Global Strategy Director, Keven Edwards comments on the day: “This event marks an important milestone for the affiliate industry. With almost three quarters of attendees being client-side the event offered a fantastic opportunity to discuss the most important issues that will shape how affiliate marketing programmes are run in 2017. It was particularly interesting to hear about a noticeable shift in focus to qualitative measurement that will help push the channel further up the priority list. Similarly it is also encouraging to see how traditional media is increasingly turning to online acquisition tactics to boost revenue. The event is one we’d love to see become a permanent fixture on the events’ calendar”.

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Valentine’s Day offer from €46 per room – Viva Hotels, Spain

Treat your Valentine to a few days of rest and relaxation at Hotels Viva and Vanity Hotels from €46 per room.

– For one-night stays: welcome drink, bottle of Cava and fruit in the bedroom, chocolates, late check-out and room upgrade (subject to availability).

– And for two-night stays: an aromatic feather massage for you and your loved one (40 minutes). After your treatment, you will be presented with a bottle of Mini Cordón Negro Cava and chocolate-drizzled fruit brochettes.

Valid for bookings until 19th February, 2017
Valid for stays from 10th to 19th February, 2017

Geldig tussen 2017-01-24 en 2017-02-19

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