Here are the key features from the month of June.
Affiliate Window’s Mid-Summer Guide
It’s getting HOT in here at Affiliate Window US, and it’s not because of the temperature heating up outside! Awin is bringing the heatwave with sizzling deals on summer essentials from some of our favorite advertisers! From upcoming sporting events around the globe to wedding season and festivals galore, promote these scorching summer savings today as these hot deals won’t last long!
Kensington ‘lock in’ its first affiliate program exclusively with Affiliate Window
Kensington, a leading brand for laptop security locks and computing accessories, has launched its first performance marketing program exclusively with global network, Affiliate Window.
The Monthly Digest: Issue 5 – 2015
June’s headlines included updates regarding SEO, Twitter removing character limits for direct messages, sneaky publisher tricks, and an interesting topic that nearly half of global web consumers will purchase across borders by 2020.
Join Affiliate Window at ASE 2015
Returning to the city that never sleeps, Affiliate Summit East will take place at the New York Marriot Marquis August 2-4, 2015. Senior Account Manager at Affiliate Window US, Jeannine Crooks will be hosting the ‘Auditing the Merchant – Network Relationship’ panel session on Tuesday August 4th from 10-11am. Be sure to bookmark the time in your agenda. ASE attendees can contact AWin to schedule an appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would love to partner with you on these newly welcomed advertisers on our network:
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts signed LB200, a bill directing the state’s Department of Revenue to direct funds from internet tax revenues to the property tax fund should a national bill ever pass. Tennessee’s Click-Through Nexus tax becomes effective July 1, 2015. Click through nexus legislation in Nevada takes effect on October 1, 2015. Amazon has begun collecting taxes in Ohio since the company now has a physical presence (warehouse); Ohio legislators nevertheless introduced Click-Through Nexus Legislation as well. Washington has also introduced Click-Through Nexus legislation. The House passed the Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act banning state and local taxes on internet taxes. Rep. Jason Chaffetz introduced the Remote Transactions Parity Act of 2015 which calculates sales tax based on the seller’s location rather than the buyer’s location; response was mixed both within the House and externally as well.
Keep up to date with the hot topics being debated within performance marketing and all the goings on at Affiliate Window headquarters by reading our monthly wrap ups each month. See you next time.
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