Predominantly a UK company Awin (formerly called Affiliate Window) also have programs for those promoting to markets in the USA and in many other countries too.
They’re a well-established and reputable company. If you are looking to not only join a good network with a wide choice of retailers, but also get help boosting conversions they are ideal. A blog which gets updated regularly contains lots of good information and they have a ‘strategy hub’ which you can use to read whitepapers, articles and other documentation.
Awin also own ShareASale.
Products/Niches & Offers
The network has lots of big websites you can promote such as:
- John Lewis
Awin have something they call ‘StoreWindow’ which provides you the opportunity to promote in-store offers and discounts which gives you a chance of making more commissions from your website. They also have voucher solutions for those who are voucher code publishers.
They have cross-device tracking. Meaning a user session that starts on one device and continues on another continues to be tracked. So if someone clicks your link via a desktop and later checkouts via their iPad it should still be tracked.Payments are done via bank transfer. In the UK Awin ask you to pay a £5 deposit in order to join the network, they say it's to verify your bank account details and reduce the risk of unethical activity. The money is credited to your publisher account meaning you do get it back once you reach the payout threshold.
Is It A Legit Business?
On the front-end of the Awin website you'll find email addresses and a phone number for support so they can answer any questions you have before joining.Industry awards won in recent years:
- International Performance Marketing Awards 2018 (Best Use of Data Winner)
- International Performance Marketing Awards 2020 (Best Affiliate Network Winner)
Possible Awin Alternatives
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Listing last modified: February 10, 2021