The Adtraction Blog
Adtraction joins Google Tag Manager’s Community Template Gallery
Adtraction’s tracking tags are now live in Google Tag Manager’s Community Template Gallery, bringing a fast, simple, plug-and-play integration for any of our advertisers using GTM.Read more
Get started with the Adtraction API
The following guide will help you to kick start using our API.Read more
Adtraction sponsors PI Live 2019
Adtraction are delighted to be sponsoring the Beer Garden meeting zone at PI Live 2019.Read more
How do tracking links work?
The purpose of a tracking link is to track a potential customer from the publishers traffic source until the point of conversion. But what is the technology behind it, and how does it work?Read more
How indie brands are increasing their mass market appeal
One of the positive influences that social media has introduced is the increased ability for consumers to discover, interact with and shop from new, independant ecommerce sites. But is ease of discovery the only reason that sectors like Indie Beauty are starting to emerge victorious in the battle of ecommerce?Read more
Meet the Adtraction Team at DMEXCO
Planning your time at DMEXCO? Make sure you arrange a meeting with Adtraction!Read more
Why has affiliate marketing created barriers to entry?
We work with a lot of new and growing e-commerce companies taking their first steps in affiliate marketing. A key challenge that we help these companies overcome is the financial, technical and operational barriers to entry that make affiliate marketing a low priority for growing businesses.Read more
What is Klarna and does it matter to affiliate marketing?
It’s virtually impossible to escape seeing Klarna at the moment. It’s definitely taking off big time in the UK ecommerce space. Every other day there’s an article or press release about a retailer who’s added Klarna as a payment option on their site. So what is it and how does it work? And importantly for us, how might the immense growth in Klarna payments impact the affiliate world?Read more