Fashion Focus 2016: Satisfying your fashion fix

Written by Lulu Olude on . Posted in Events

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Our annual Fashion sector event, Fashion Focus, is returning to set the stage for the trends for 2016. Following the industry frenzy of fashion weeks in London, Milan and Paris, Thursday 24th March 2016 will see retailers invited to display their key looks via a networking exhibition (complete with canapés and a drinks reception!)Taking place in London’s contemporary RSA House, a hub of creativity and innovation since 1754, which awards designers the title Royal Designers for Industry award – past recipients have included such as Manolo Blahnik, Vivienne Westwood, Yohji Yamamoto and Dries Van Noten.

Publisher Stories: Gordon McNevin, CheapestStuff.co.uk

Written by Sophie Johnson on . Posted in Publisher Stories

trophyAs part of our ‘publisher stories’ campaign, we’re asking publishers to share their affiliate marketing journeys, to help highlight the benefits that being part of our industry can bring to budding entrepreneurs.

In our latest story, Gordon McNevin, shares how his 15 year interest in affiliate marketing stemmed from one student discount website and has since turned into a portfolio of offer based sites. His biggest venture Cheapest Stuff looks to save users time by sourcing and summarising products and services from various retailers, with customers then being able to ‘vote’ on these low cost items to benefit other readers.

Publisher newsletter 26th January 2016

Written by Sophie Johnson on . Posted in Newsletter

tablet Top 10 affiliate marketing trends for 2016, tips to maximise your blog + Valentine’s Day Preparation!

        - Top 10 affiliate marketing trends for 2016 whitepaper, preparations for our Valentine’s competition and how you can get involved in our Publisher Stories feature!

- Publisher tips: Maximising results from your blog

- Great offers from MatalanDirect, New Look, IWOOT, Jack Wills, Laura Ashley and more!

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Have your say at the 2016 Performance Marketing Awards

Written by Sophie Johnson on . Posted in Network News

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Two objectives have shaped Affiliate Window’s work over the past year: focus on the development of affiliate marketing and challenge the industry’s conventions.

These goals have driven our strategy over the past 12 months, and have seen Affiliate Window deliver first-to-market innovations that we believe are setting the industry up to deliver better results for advertisers, and expand the number of publishers that can make a genuine success of affiliate marketing. We hope this will be a major consideration for you when casting your vote at the eagerly anticipated Performance Marketing Awards this year.

Whitepaper: Top ten affiliate marketing trends in 2016

Written by Sophie Johnson on . Posted in White papers

mouse keyboardEvery year Affiliate Window publishes the key trends we think should be front of mind for the industry and today we share our thoughts for 2016.

In no particular order, some of the themes explored include voucher codes, changing perceptions around what should be considered basic tracking, a fight for honest rewards for honest sales and the looming data privacy legislation.

Also covered are the growth of global retail events and a growing shift towards internationalisation. If you’d like to read the whitepaper in full you can do so here.

Publisher Stories: Rob Burgess, Shopper Points

Written by Sophie Johnson on . Posted in Publisher Stories

trophyAs part of our ‘publisher stories’ campaign, we’re asking publishers to share their affiliate marketing journeys, to help highlight the benefits that being part of our industry can bring to budding entrepreneurs.

In our latest story, Rob Burgess shares how he decided to turn his passion for free travel via frequent flyer miles and hotel loyalty points into a specialist website after being laid off from his job in the City. Head for Points has just hit 1 million page views per month for the first time and has 170,000 unique monthly visitors, mainly UK business travellers who want to make the most of their miles. His latest venture Shopper Points expands his reach into supermarket loyalty programmes.