How do I subscribe to campaigns? Why should I subscribe?

How do I subscribe to campaigns?

First and foremost you need to have a registered traffic source in order to subscribe to any campaigns. If you have not done so yet, please refer to this article to help you add a new traffic source.

The following video tutorial explains step by step how to search a campaign on the platform, subscribe to it and start promoting. An example shows in detail how to promote CPI campaign.

 

All you need to do is to click on the thumbnail "campaigns" at the top. Make sure that the appropriate traffic source is selected in the left side of the form. Now you are ready to filter and choose all the campaigns that might interest you to promote -- for each of those click on "subscribe" in order to subscribe to it. 

Once you have subscribed to a campaign, it will go into a pending status until the campaign has been reviewed. Reviewal may take up to 2 business days, however some campaigns may require a more in-depth review and may take longer to assign a status. 

Please rest assured that our reviewal teams will set a status as quickly as possible.

Before running a campaign, please remember to:

  • Carefully read the campaign’s terms and conditions;

 

 

  • Respect the daily cappings;
  • Check the restrictions of the campaign;
  • Receive the campaign manager’s validation before using custom creatives, and if the campaign allows to custom creatives (please refer to the campaign restriction page)

 

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Why do I need to subscribe to campaigns?

Our goal is to make sure that every Publisher promotes both great campaigns and gets paid on time everytime. For that reason we need to make sure that every affiliate promotes campaigns that he is allowed to by the advertiser. In order to guarantee to both you and our advertisers the best quality of service we need to make sure the match is perfect everytime. Hence, we verify that your traffic source fits all the requirements and restrictions set by the advertiser. Those restrictions are shared with you on the campaign description page as well as on the T&C of the campaign which are displayed to you, through a pop-up window, when you subscribe to a campaign. 

If one of the requirements is not met or if we have had quality issues with you in the past, we reserve the right to refuse you. 

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