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The B2B Awards are the largest and most prestigious B2B marketing awards in the WORLD. As one of the most sought after accolades in the B2B industry, this is the trophy you want to have pride of place in your cabinet.
The B2B Awards are judged by an independent panel of top-industry marketers and celebrate the most innovative, creative and forward-thinking marketing of the year. So if you and your company pride yourselves on doing things differently and producing top-class campaigns, then you need to enter the B2B Awards and have your work recognised.
Now in its sixth year, The Travel Marketing Awards has evolved into one of the most credible events in the travel industry calendar. With agencies and travel companies alike eager to win these coveted Awards.
The Travel Marketing Awards is the only travel industry event of its kind, recognising marketing excellence in the travel industry. The objective of the Awards is to recognise and raise marketing standards across the travel industry. The event is organised by the Chartered Institute of Marketing’s Travel Industry Group (CIMTIG).
Affiliate Window works with a huge number of affiliates that drive genuine value via the performance channel. Our affiliates have a diverse range of business models, from niche technology providers and small private websites to large consumer-orientated organisations.
However, the entrepreneurial nature of our industry inevitably attracts some people looking to drive sales via the channel that are either not genuine or should not be credited to the affiliate channel. At Affiliate Window we call this non-compliant affiliate activity. If left unchecked this activity can seriously diminish the value advertiser’s receive from affiliate marketing.
The Affiliate Watch Team regularly uncovers affiliate activity that is considered not appropriate for our network. Thankfully most of that activity is identified and removed from the network long before it can have an adverse effect on our advertisers. The nature of the activity ranges from simple paid search breaches to complex cookie-stuffing solutions that set affiliate tracking cookies when no user clicks have been made.