Well everyone, some exciting news… We’ve decided to make this February 2007 the official “Month of the Interface”. What does this mean? Each and every business day during the month we will be announcing an implemented feature update to either the Affiliate Interface or the Merchant Interface… Some of these suggestions came via the “Thing […]
News for Retailers and Merchants on ShareASale
Posts for retailers and merchants utilizing ShareASale including guides, alerts, tutorials and infographics.
In an effort to further help both affiliates and merchants on the ShareASale network – we’re experimenting with a new method in organizing merchant listings. Starting today, we’ll be allowing merchants to indicate which holidays throughout the year are most effective for the different types of products that they market. For example, a merchant who […]
Recently, there have been a lot of questions about how to manage both a PPC search campaign and an affiliate program. Affiliates can be very valuable partners in PPC search, however, if you – as a merchant – wish to place certain rules on which terms are allowed, and which are not, there are two […]
It was brought to my attention that a blog containing some instruction or explanation of “Two-Tiered” programs could be helpful…so here it is: A two tiered program is designed to incentivize your current affiliates, to go out an recruit more affililates for you. There are two basic ways to do this: 1. Provide them with […]
I wanted to make you aware of a report recently available to you in your ShareASale account. It is called the “Return Days Analysis” and it is designed to give you a good idea as to how shoppers are buying through your affiliate links. We created “buckets” in the report for sales that were completed […]
One of the issues that we hear the most about from affiliates involves merchant programs that go offline due to lack of funds. Early on, we decided that it was important to make sure that any generated commission had funds to back it up, so that no affiliate would be denied a commission that they […]