Our Computer & Electronics Trend Report for 2019 identified an average growth in OV of 2% within 2019 and the importance of the Cyber Weekend for the industry.
Valentine’s Day 2020 was extremely successful for Tradedoubler! Throughout the week of Valentine’s Day (10th – 14th of February), we saw a growth in order value of 30% YOY, number of sales even increased by 41% YOY!
January 2020 was again very successful for the Travel Industry. Order value in January 2020 grew by +19% compared to January 2019. The number of sales in January 2020 grew by 32% YOY and Mobile Sales by 32% YOY!
On February 4, Google will release Chrome 80. The update will culminate a number of changes to how Cookies are managed that have been phased in over the past few months. Given Chrome’s market share there has been obvious concern around the impact of the update. Find out what is changing in Chrome 80 and what we are doing in response.
Find out what key Tradedoubler spokespersons consider as the key trends in affiliate and performance marketing for 2020!
When looking at our results for December 2019 we made some very interesting observations. The holiday shopping season in 2019 was again very successful for Tradedoubler! OV increased by 39% YOY, number of sales by 45% YOY and mobile sales by even 62% YOY.
Traditionally right after Christmas people start to plan their vacation, so January is by far the most important month for this industry. Order value in January 2019 grew by +21% YOY. According to this trend, we expect an even higher OV for January 2020! Learn helpful facts to better plan your successful campaigns now!
Uniqodo can help reduce over-discounting that can be quite common in the affiliate space. If you already use or are considering the use of promo codes, it’s important before setup to have strategies in place to prevent code misuse. Avoid falling into the trap of giving out discounts that lower...
The Tradedoubler team joined RevLifter as they hosted their very first event focusing on how to personalise deals and incentives during the peak period.
Recent Google study reveals that publishers might lose >50% of revenue if Google disabled access to cookies. Advertisers should move to 1st party tracking now!